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The 2016 Advancing Justice Conference (AJC) is the first and only national conference in the Asian American and Pacific Islander (AAPI) community focusing on civil rights and social justice. Over 700 AAPIs from across the U.S. will come together to address issues facing our fastest growing populations. The theme will focus on civic engagement and building our electoral and social power in support of economic and racial justice. Conference attendees will participate in two days of panel discussions, caucus sessions, skills and capacity building, trainings, and networking receptions.

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Thursday, March 31 • 2:15pm - 3:45pm
Developing Corporate Partnerships for Fundraising [Session Closed to Media]

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Two of today’s fundraising challenges are the dramatic reduction in community contributions from corporations and their restructuring of their funding priorities to focus on specific areas. Corporations are also looking to build strategic partnerships with nonprofits that are mutually beneficial. So just what kinds of partnerships are corporations looking for? How can nonprofits best position themselves to ensure their programs get noticed? This workshop will offer insights from corporate representatives, and best practices and tips on how to strengthen partnerships with corporate funders.

**Session closed to media.

Moderators
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Bonnie Tang

Co-Director of Development, Asian Americans Advancing Justice - Los Angeles
As a longtime Asian Americans Advancing Justice - Los Angeles staff member, Bonnie Tang has supervised various programs including voting rights, census, language rights, hate crime prevention, and affirmative action, as well as represented low-income clients in family law cases as an attorney in the organization's Legal Services unit. She now works in the Development Unit of Advancing Justice - Los Angeles, helping to manage all aspects of... Read More →

Speakers
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Johnnie Giles

Executive Director of External Affairs and Vice President of Government Affairs, Comcast/NBC Universal
Johnnie Giles serves as Executive Director of External Affairs for Comcast Corporation and Vice President of Government Affairs for Comcast Cable, where he is responsible for developing policy positions and advocacy strategies in support of the company’s various lines of business. Additionally, he serves as the principal interface between Comcast and national Asian Pacific Islander community organizations and supports Comcast’s... Read More →
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Kirk Glaze

Director of Community Partnerships, Coca-Cola North America
Kirk Glaze is Director of Community Partnerships in the Community Connections department of Coca-Cola North America at The Coca-Cola Company. His responsibilities include management of the Company’s presence in the western United States and Canada by developing strategic community partnerships and responding to community requests for support with an emphasis on the Company’s 3W philanthropic priorities: Water, Women, and Well-being... Read More →
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Antonio Manning

Vice President, JPMorgan Chase & Co.
Antonio Manning is Vice President and Senior Relationship Manager for JPMorgan Chase & Co. Global Philanthropy in the office of Corporate Responsibility. In this position, Manning manages philanthropic and corporate responsibility functions for California and Greater Los Angeles. Manning is an active member of the community. He is a founding member of Southern California Blacks in Philanthropy, a membership organization comprised of corporate... Read More →
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Yen Marshall

Area Director, External Affairs, AT&T
Yen Marshall plans, coordinates and implements strategies to support AT&T strategic initiatives statewide, focusing on Asian and Pacific Islander and education segments for California. She establishes and maintains relationships with key government, community and business leaders, and coordinates programs that promote good corporate citizenship and enhance community good will. She serves on the Board of Directors for My Sister’s... Read More →