A National Resource to Support Excellence in Community Action

2021 Annual Conference (virtual) – MinnCAP

Minnesota Community Action Partnership

Community Action: Listen. Learn. Lead.

October 26, 27 & 29
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Conference web page

General Sessions
  • Welcome/Promise: Bill Grant, MinnCAP Executive Director & Bob Benes, MinnCAP Board President
  • Opening Speaker: Rebecca Slaby, Executive Director AMAZEworks (Tuesday)
  • Legislative Updates (Tuesday)
  • Awards Ceremony (Wednesday lunch)
  • Closing Session: Denise Harlow, Community Action Partnership (Friday)
  • Closing Keynote: Poverty Without Shame, Heather King, Author (Friday)
Conference Sessions

Tuesday, October 26

  • Racial Healing & Transformation: Advancing Workplace Equity
  • COVID-Specific Finance and Funding Issues
  • Developing an Age Friendly Community
  • Maximizing Success: CAA Personnel Policies and Practices Post-Pandemic

Wednesday, October 27

  • Strategies to Onboard, Support & Retain Your New Executive Director
  • Public, Private, Confidential, Oh MY! Navigating the MGDPA Minefield
  • Agency-Wide Budgeting and Financial Dashboards
  • Racial Healing & Transformation: Advancing Workplace Equity (REPEAT SESSION)
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  • Cybersecurity: Preparing Your Organization with the Right Policies, Technology & Insurance
  • Inclusion: Tools to be More Felon Friendly
  • Through the Lens of a Tribal Birth-5 Immersion School
  • Lost Childhoods: Poverty, Trauma and Crime
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  • IT: Do You Think? Or Do You Know?
  • Certified Community Action Professional (CCAP): What’s it All About
  • Vote Run Lead: Why Are You the Leader We Need?
  • Real Time Strategic Planning
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  • Whole Family/Whole Agency Approach
  • The Leader’s Protocol: Make the Most of Every Leading Moment
  • The Story of Community Action
  • Tech for Housing Relief During COVID and Beyond
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  • Preparing the Board for the Executive Director’s Annual Evaluation
  • American Indians: History, Sovereignty and Moving Forward Together
  • Putting Community Action Ethics in Action
  • Nonprofit Revenue Recognition

Friday, October 29

  • Succession Planning: Before Someone Leaves
  • Performance Monitoring & Results Management in the Public and Nonprofit Sectors
  • Building Relationships with Legislators
  • Power to the Parents - Panel Discussion

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