Welcome to Fluxxcon 2018, our annual customer and partner conference, only bigger and better than before. This year's theme is Inspiring Philanthropy - it's our hope you'll leave inspired to do what you do best: make positive change in the world.
You'll hear from Fluxx's leaders, including CEO, Madeline Duva, and co-founder, Kerrin Mitchell, on what we have planned for the future. We'll also be inviting guest speakers on stage to inspire and engage you in conversations around industry trends. See you in October in San Francisco!
Madeline Duva

Madeline Duva

Madeline is CEO of Fluxx, where she drives strategy and mission to elevate the company as a leader in the philanthropic ecosystem. She started her career at Fidelity Investments, and has held senior managerial posts Communication Intelligence Corp, PenOp, Dejima, Revere Data, China MobileSoft and PalmSource. After the successful acquisition by PalmSource of China MobileSoft, where Duva was CEO, she served as mentor, advisor, and/or board member of several startups.
Kerrin Mitchell, Fluxx Chief Development Officer

Kerrin Mitchell

Kerrin Mitchell is a technology entrepreneur working to bring big data to nonprofits, foundations and the public sector. She co-founded Fluxx in 2010 – and currently serves as Fluxx’s Chief Development Officer – to help organizations like CitiBank, Packard, the Leukemia & Lymphoma Society and the Government of New Zealand gain visibility into their investments, operations and community impact. Mitchell is a native of Silicon Valley and spent her early career in Finance and Operations at Cisco Systems.
Kristy Gannon, Fluxx Chief Operating Officer

Kristy Gannon

Kristy is Chief Operating Officer at Fluxx where she leads Fluxx through the implementation journey. She joined the founding team as Head of Product in 2012 with a passion for using technology to empower the nonprofit world. Prior to Fluxx Kristy served as Business Director at Maxim Integrated Products, and product engineer with Analog Devices, Inc. and Cisco Systems.
Sonia Sarao, Fluxx VP of Product

Sonia Sarao

Sonia is the Vice President of Product at Fluxx where she defines the product vision and leads product strategy. Sonia is passionate about building products that allow givers and changemakers to efficiently collaborate. Prior to Fluxx she was a Technical Director at the Intercontinental Exchange Group. Sonia also served as a Senior Business Analyst and Engineer for NYSE.
Stacy Palmer

Stacy Palmer

Stacy Palmer has served as an editor of the Chronicle of Philanthropy since its inception in 1988. She is also the editor of Challenges for Philanthropy and Nonprofits, a book that collects three decades of observations by the nonprofit activist and Chronicle columnist Pablo Eisenberg. Before she helped found the Chronicle of Philanthropy, Palmer was editor for government and politics at the Chronicle of Higher Education.
Daniel Lurie

Daniel Lurie

Daniel Lurie founded Tipping Point Community, a nonprofit that aims to break the cycle of poverty in the Bay Area, in 2005 at the age of 28. Since then, Lurie has led the organization as CEO, helping to raise more than $200 million to support the most effective front-line interventions in education, employment, housing and early childhood development. Tipping Point’s board covers all of its fundraising and operating costs, so 100% of every dollar donated goes where it’s needed most.
Jane Leu

Jane Leu

Jane Leu is a social entrepreneur unicorn, and the CEO and Founder of Smarter Good. She is obsessed with problems and their solutions, likes to build and help others build organizations from scratch, and does the fundraising needed to make that happen.
Tyler Nickerson

Tyler Nickerson

Tyler Nickerson has built an award-winning national foundation that helped break the mold for moving money to social movements. Previously he served as the director of investments and state strategy at The Solutions Project, an initiative aiming to accelerate the transition towards 100% clean energy. Prior to joining The Solutions Project, Tyler served as a program manager at the Dyer-Ives Foundation and as founder & CEO of Motu Communications. Tyler’s work has been featured in The New York Times, Associated Press, NPR, and more.

Michelle Kreger

Michelle leads partnerships for IDEO.org’s Global Health Practice, where she works with nonprofits, social enterprises, foundations and philanthropic organizations. Michelle believes design can transform and energize the social sector, and she has collaborated to design solutions around reproductive health in Zambia, Kenya and Benin, vaccine delivery across the world, and mental health in the US. Prior to IDEO.org, Michelle led Kiva's global portfolio, and Kiva Labs, a team that pioneered crowdfunded lending to social enterprises.

George Pople

George has worked in the software development space for over 25 years starting with the first generation of Artificial Intelligence, with a focus on software usability and design, and culminating to integrate software for banks, network television studios, and medical device companies. Five years ago, he created Pople Solutions, a software consulting company focused on working with philanthropic foundations. Pople Solutions helps foundations enable their API integrations with Fluxx.
Debbie McBride

Debbie McBride

Deb McBride has nearly three decades of experience in financial and system design and employee management. Prior to her work at the Caring for Colorado Foundation, Deb worked at Tri-County Health Department – the largest local health department in Colorado – serving over one and a quarter million residents. She currently works part time as Tech Support for the Caring for Colorado Foundation.

Why should I attend?

Fluxxcon is an opportunity for grantmakers using Fluxx to come together, network, share best practices and hear from inspirational speakers. Whether you’re a Fluxx pro, just getting started, or leading a grantmaking team, we’re pretty sure you’ll find Fluxxcon to be an inspiring event.

Who attends Fluxxcon?

At Fluxxcon you will find users and members of the Fluxx Community. This includes industry leaders, grantmakers, program managers, and those who harness the power of Fluxx every day to amplify their impact in the world.

We also welcome non-Fluxx users who want to learn more about how technology can change the way they operate the grantmaking capabilities.

Where do I stay?

We have made arrangements with two hotels: The Laurel Inn and Hotel Del Sol, which are within two miles of the conference venue. Both are holding courtesy blocks of rooms for our group. Please keep in mind that as it gets closer to the date of the conference, the price of rooms are likely to increase.

The Laurel Inn - book here.

Hotel Del Sol - book here.

How do I register?

Registration will open in early June and you can buy your tickets here. We will be offering early bird discounts, so be sure to sign up soon to take advantage of these.

What sponsorships are available?

If you are interested in a sponsorship, please contact Jenna Miller, Events & Field Marketing Manager at Fluxx: jenna@fluxx.io.

If I have a question, who should I contact?

Jenna Miller, Events & Field Marketing Manager. Email: jenna@fluxx.io
October 9-11, 2018 | San Francisco