Collective Impact starts with a common agenda. That means coming together to collectively define the problem and create a shared vision to solve it.


    That means building trust and relationships among all participants. That means coordinating collective efforts to maximize the end result. That means agreeing to track progress in the same way, which allows for continuous improvement.


    That means having a team dedicated to orchestrating the work of the group. That means creating an collective identity the represents the mission. That means having a workplan that can be sustained and scaled.

Collective Impact

An expert in national strategies helps organizations and advocates understand what constitutes effective collaboration for collectively impacting social issues and the tools available to increase the likelihood of success.

10:30 AM Bill Barberg

Storytelling and Communications

Learn about mission driven storytelling and the communications skills needed to garner passion and commitment around your cause and develop the critical buy-in needed to achieve your goals.

12:30 PM Polly Beale & Len Dickter

Branding, Workplans & Sustainability

Learn how to create an identity for your cause and connect your mission to a brand and then learn about key strategies for developing work and sustainability plans from an organization that has effectively delivered positive outcomes for their clients.

1:00 PM & 2:00 PM Pia Schiavo-Campo, David Kietzman & Les Peters


Bill Barberg

Globally recognized expert in Strategy Management, Collective Impact, and Balanced Scorecard methodology

Polly Beale

Polly is an award-winning Creative Director and Marketing Strategist with 20 years of experience realizing award-winning marketing strategies.

Len Dickter

Len is an award-winning Creative Director, commercial/documentary director and writer with a 20-year career creating integrated campaigns, films and crossplatform content worldwide.

Pia Schiavo-Campo-

Pia is a Digital Marketer, Improviser, Writer, and Public Speaker. She has spent the last eight years working in social justice nonprofits at both the direct service level and policy level.

David Kietzman

David is Momentum Solutions Managing Partner & Chief Engagement Officer, a talented social impact leader, known for his ability to fuse his strengths in management, fundraising and marketing.

Les Peters

Les is the Executive Director of Youth Institute with the Long Beach YMCA, a nationally recognized Teen Digital Media Arts program, he is also the Director of Curriculum Development.

About the conference

Collective impact occurs when groups from different sectors using a common agenda align their efforts and utilize common measures of success to achieve significant and lasting social change.

You're invited to participate in our freeCollective Impact Conference led by Keynote speaker Bill Barberg, an expert in DEVELOPING and IMPLEMENTING COLLABORATIVE, MULTI-SECTOR STRATEGIES. The conference is designed for non-profits, service providers, community partners and advocates striving to strengthen their teamwork. Modeled on improving childhood development outcomes. The techniques that participants will learn can be applied to any collective impact effort. This conference features creative leaders in mission-driven COMMUNICATIONS and STORYTELLING, sharing the skills necessary to achieve the critical buy-in needed to affect meaningful change, followed by guidance in connecting those missions and stories with BRANDING, WORKPLANS and SUSTAINABILITY.

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October 24th 2017

9:30 AM to 3:30 PM

At the Mayme Clayton Library and Museum 4130 Overland Culver City, CA 90230. This is a free event but seating is limited. RSVP in Advance at EVENTBRITE

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Event Hours
Arrival 9:30AM
Conference 10:00AM - 3:30PM
Break/Lunch 11:30
Mayme Clayton Library & Museum 4130 Overland Ave.
Culver City, CA 90230
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