Featuring Speaker Pamela Bozeman-Evans
Friday September 15, 2017
Hyatt Regency McCormick
2233 S. King Drive Chicago, IL 60616
Pamela Bozeman-Evans, M.P.A., is the Senior Director of North Park University’s Career Development and Internships Office. Prior to joining North Park she served as the Chief Operating Officer and Chief Strategic Initiatives Officer for YWCA Metropolitan Chicago. Bozeman-Evans has held several nonprofit leadership positions including Blue Gargoyle Executive Director, and Senior Program Director for Gary Comer Youth Center. She also served as the Volunteer Coordinator and Chicago Director for Senator Barack Obama, and as the Associate Dean of Students in the University and Director of the Community Service Center for the University of Chicago.
Additionally, Bozeman-Evans served in key management capacities at the Women’s Self-Employment Project in Chicago and the Institute for Social and Economic Development in Iowa City, Iowa. She received her BA in Corporate Communications and a Masters in Public Administration from Northern Illinois University. Bozeman-Evans is a Chicago native.
The Nonprofit Development Center (NPDC) networking luncheon will take place on Friday September 15, 2017 at 12pm at the Hyatt Regency McCormick (tentatively). The luncheon allows Chicago area nonprofits and some for-profits to network and acknowledges the importance of public charities and foundations in strengthening communities. This year's luncheon will focus on social impact! This year's luncheon will feature Pamela Bozeman-Evans of North Park University (former Volunteer Coordinator and Chicago Director for Barack Obama) and focus on the importance of board diversity in strengthening communities and an organization's bottom line. Attendees of this luncheon will also have time to network. Registration will be open by August 2017 on Eventbrite. Individuals can also purchase tickets to our luncheon below.
Individuals pay $ per person for the Annual Awards Luncheon. An adviser will contact you within 2 business days.