Save the date for the 2022 Nonprofit Leadership Conference: September 28, 2022

2022 Leadership Conference: Called to Action ProBono

Jesica Davanza

  • 2022 Leadership Conference
    December 1, 2022
    8:00 am - 2:30 pm EST

For nonprofit leaders and organizations, the past few years have challenged and changed us. We’ve dug deeper and pushed boundaries. We’ve reinvented how to fundraise and engage. We’ve experienced immense energy and intense exhaustion. But leaders like you were called to nonprofit work for times like this.

Join your peers and partners at the 2022 Nonprofit Leadership Conference on December 1 to rediscover what drives you and how to harness it to effect lasting change. Presented by Bank of America, this highly anticipated annual conference is back in person at the beautiful Tampa Marriott Water Street. 


Get ready for a dynamic day of world-class speakers, inspiring breakout sessions, engaging networking and a few surprises — all focused on renewing our calling and moving our sector forward with clarity, courage and conviction. You’ll walk away with ideas, tools and strategies you and your team can immediately implement. 

7:45am – Early Riser Check-in

8:00 Check-in & Networking

9:15am – Breakout Sessions
Choose one session to attend from this dynamic line-up

10:15am – Networking

10:30am – Breakout Sessions
Choose one session to attend from this dynamic line-up

12 Noon – Lunch

12:30 pm – Keynote Address
Break free from daily burnout, struggle less and thrive more in work and life
Nataly Kogan, best-selling author of “THE AWESOME HUMAN PROJECT”

1:50pm – Conference Closing Remarks

Meet & Greet, Book Signing with Nataly Kogan 

Continued Networking


Image of Nataly Kogan

“Follow your passion, and you won’t work a day in your life” is popular and terrible advice. In fact, people in mission-driven jobs, doing work they are passionate about, are at higher risk of burnout and often report lower levels of well-being and resilience. Combine this with our always-on culture that sells self-care as a luxury and joy as a selfish and frivolous pursuit, and no wonder we’re experiencing unprecedented levels of burnout and exhaustion.

As an entrepreneur, executive and refugee, Nataly Kogan learned these lessons the hard way. For decades she pursued meaningful success by pushing herself beyond her limits, wearing exhaustion as a badge of honor, and ignoring her emotional and mental health. Until she burned out and almost lost everything meaningful to her, including her company, family and health.

In this vulnerable and practical keynote talk, Nataly will share the essential mindset shifts, research and tangible practices — along with her signature humor and contagious energy — so you can honor your humanness, struggle less and thrive more in every part of your work and life. You’ll walk away not just inspired but having committed to taking small, specific steps daily to practice emotional awareness, manage your energy and fuel your joy.


This year’s Leadership Conference would not be possible without the generous support of our passionate partners that believe in the nonprofit community’s importance and impact. We’d like to extend a special thank-you to our presenting sponsor, Bank of America, our lead conference sponsor since 2011.

Thank you to our 2022 Leadership Conference Sponsors


All sponsorship opportunities and team tables for the 2022 Nonprofit Leadership Conference are sold out. However, we’d love to discuss strategic partnership opportunities to help you reach and connect with hundreds of nonprofit and business leaders at the 2023 conference next year. 

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