1st Global Impact Conference Program

Global Impact Conference
“Weaving a Tapestry of Positive Changes 
to Make a Bigger Impact”
Thursday & Friday, August 18-19, 2016
Fairmont San Francisco, 950 Mason Street, San Francisco, California, 94108 


The Global Impact Conference offers community, collaboration, and connections with humanitarian leaders, who are making profound changes for at-risk communities around the world, to help you discover and/or expand your project! The Conference not only features experienced world-changers who share their wisdom on creating, developing, and expanding projects, but also interactive sessions to expand what is possible for you to lead and bring about positive changes in your community and the world.

You’ll Learn How To:

Effectively Collaborate to Start or Run Projects/Non-Profits
Optimize Your Fundraising/Be Innovative
Expand Your Thinking/Project & Be More Resourceful
Let Go of Fear to Powerfully Expand Your Project
Stay Healthy & Balanced While Changing the World!!

Who Should Attend?

Business Leaders from all Sectors
Government Officials
Non-Profit Leaders
Community Leaders
Anyone who wants to make a positive difference in the world


Conference Program
Thursday, August 18, 2016


9:30 am -11:00 am
Collaboration Session
Ideas, Information, Building Relationships for a Better World
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Limited Session
Featuring & Honoring Men Who Are Leading Positive Changes
Exploring How Men & Women Can Support Each Other's Projects
Networking with Like-Minded Leaders

11:00 am - 2:00 pm
Lunch Break - On Your Own

1:00 pm - 2:00 pm
Humanitarian Displays/Exhibits Open

Humanitarian Project Displays/Exhibits
2:00 pm -5:00 pm
Connecting & Relationship Building
Welcome by Valeri Bocage & Introductions
Interviews of Humanitarian Leaders & Their Projects with Pam Terry
Delia Rose Horwitz, “How to Collaborate Effectively”
Cristal Montanez Baylor, “Tracking Your Project for Optimal Funding”
Denise Strong, “Starting & Running a Non-Profit Successfully”

5:00 pm - 7:00 pm
Dinner Break - On Your Own

Self-Defense Training - Special Session (Optional)
7:00 pm - 9:15 pm
With Najjiyya Arnold and the San Francisco Police Department Self-Defense Department
Sergeant Steven Pomatto
16 yrs in SFPD
Assigned to Academy as Defensive Tactics Supervisor SFPD

Officer Phil Helmer (not Shown)
18 yrs in SFPD
Defensive Tactics Instructor SFPD

Friday, August 19, 2016

8:00 am - 9:30 am
Registration & Humanitarian Displays/Exhibits Open

9:30 am - 5:00 pm
Day of Inspiration & Collaboration/Men and Women

PWIC Song, Branice McKenzie
Nicholas Zaldastani - Making a Bigger Impact
Keynote Session - Carrie Nikitin 
“The Courage to Change a Broken System: An Innovative Approach to Reduce the Rate of Recidivism”
Collaboration Session with Delia Rose Horwitz
Humanitarian Round Tables

1:00 pm - 2:00 pm
Lunch (Provided), Break & Connecting

Health & Life Balance
Humanitarian Round Tables – 2nd Session
Collaboration Exercise 2nd Session with Delia Rose Horwitz

5:00 pm
Conference Closes

“Tracking Your Project for Optimal Funding”

In this session, you’ll learn what the critical outcomes are of your project and how and why that
information can catapult your funding (and collaboration). You’ll discover what the important milestones
are, what goals to set and the tools you need to build credibility, exposure, partners, and sponsors.

Non-Profit & World Leader: Cristal Montanez Baylor is an Award Winning Non-Profit Leader and
Executive Director of the Hashoo Foundation USA. For more information about Cristal, visit
https://pwiconnections.com/1st-global- impact-leaders.html and www.hashoofoundationusablog.org.