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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, CEO

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.
Dan Schoenfeld

Dan Schoenfeld

Dan Schoenfeld is an experienced executive who builds innovative, sustainable tools that benefit the philanthropic sector. Dan is currently the Chief Evangelist at Fluxx Labs, helping to provide the technology to transform the grantmaking process for the world’s philanthropic ecosystem. Before Fluxx, Dan was with the Knight Foundation as Director of Grants & Impact Administration where he worked to leverage technology to drive innovation and impact for lasting social change.
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.
Tyler Nickerson

Tyler Nickerson

Tyler Nickerson is currently the First Vice President at Amalgamated Bank, where he leads philanthropy banking strategy. 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.
Cady Shadwick

Cady Shadwick

Cady Shadwick is IDEO.org's Partnership Lead, helping the Health XO team translate between 'design speak' and 'public health speak.' She helps the Health practice's partner organizations and design teams foster the conditions for great design solutions to emerge. Prior to joining IDEO.org, Shadwick was at KHANA, the largest HIV/AIDS NGO in Cambodia, where she revised KHANA's Monitoring and Evaluation guidelines, conducted extensive qualitative research with youth who self-identify as 'entertainment workers,' and consulted on HIV/AIDS intervention innovations with PSI and FHI360.
georgePople

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.
Sheila Kappeler-Finn

Sheila Kappeler-Finn

Sheila has been with Fluxx since the first product deployment. A passionate systems thinker equipped with an in-depth knowledge of the philanthropic space as well as the Fluxx platform, Sheila has lead deployments for enterprise-level foundations as well as smaller niche and regional foundations. Her client roster includes, but is not limited to: MacArthur Foundation, Skoll Foundation, Citi Foundation, Comcast Foundation, Blue Shield of California Foundation, Qatar Foundation, Climate Land Use Alliance, and the DG Murray Trust.
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.
Rob Fishbook

Rob Fishbook

Rob Fishbook came to GrantBook in 2013 from the philanthropic sector, and was immediately excited to start helping grant-makers resolve many of the same technology pain points he'd faced in his earlier career. While he spends much of his time these days handling finances and operations at GrantBook, he also work across projects and plays a key oversight role with clients implementing and utilizing Fluxx. Rob has been involved in over 30 Fluxx implementations and also works across a diversity of platforms and systems to help grant-makers achieve their goals.
Kenny Li

Kenny Li

Kenny joined GrantBook in 2015 as an Implementation Specialist coming from a background in business and software development. He has since grown into the lead role for support as well as the in-house technical expert on Fluxx implementations and best practices. He has supported or led the build on over 15 Fluxx implementations and is also active on the Fluxx community site sharing tips and advice to grant-makers of all shapes and sizes.
Kristopher LeCorgne

Kristopher LeCorgne

Kristopher LeCorgne is the Director of Grants Administration at the Knight Foundation, where he manages the operational and technological processes for all program teams while executing key improvement strategies for the systems of the foundation. Before joining Knight, LeCorgne worked with several organizations including the Sewanee Summer Music Festival and eMerge Americas, along with private consulting clients.
Rhea Vaz

Rhea Vaz

Rhea Vaz is one of the newer additions to the GrantBook team. She brings with her a background in cloud based ERP system implementation. Having experienced first-hand the excitement, trepidation and requirements evolution that accompany finding the right digital solution, she is eager to use that insight and knowledge to help grant-makers enjoy as seamless a transition as possible. In her time at GrantBook, she has already supported three Fluxx implementations and is in the process of leading her first Fluxx solo build.
Tiffanie W. De Gannes

Tiffanie W. De Gannes

Tiffanie is a Sr. Manager in the Office of the Vice President, COO, and Treasurer at the Ford Foundation. Her work focuses on aligning processes and systems to support strategic grant making across the institution. Since joining the foundation in 2015, Tiffanie has managed various enterprise-wide initiatives, partnering with Ford’s COO and staff around the world (specifically, in Asia, Africa, and Latin America) to promote collaboration and inclusion as key components for managing scalable change and institutional shifts, globally.
Rashmi Batra

Rashmi Batra

Rashmi is a Senior Manager who successfully led the implementation of Fluxx at the Ford Foundation. For this project, she was responsible for project strategy, project management, project delivery, risk management, and stakeholder alignment. During the Fluxx implementation, she also worked with stakeholders to redefine the grants management processes at Ford. Rashmi has a successful track record of delivering outstanding results on large, complex IT projects. She has effectively managed multiple virtual and onsite teams to deliver IT projects on time, within budget, and with high quality.
Bryan Breckenridge

Bryan Breckenridge

Bryan Breckenridge is the Executive Director of Box.org, an integrated social enterprise at Box.com Inc., that serves over 7000 nonprofits. Breckenridge leads Box.org’s vision to bring the social impact and tech worlds together – enabling both communities to innovate and fulfill incredible missions. Prior to Box.org, Breckenridge founded LinkedIn for Good, the nonprofit facing pillar of LinkedIn. Breckenridge also served as the Director of Nonprofits and Education at salesforce.org.
Elizabeth Smith

Elizabeth Smith

Liz has over 25 years of IT experience designing, and implementing software and leading enterprise IT projects. Eighteen of those years have been spent at the J. Paul Getty Trust where Liz has focused on the Getty’s non-profit IT business needs, including Grants Management, Institutional Records Management, IT Service Management, Identity Management and more… In 2016, Liz redesigned and implemented the Fluxx API’s that are used to pull in critical employee and financial data into Fluxx.
David Callahan

David Callahan

David Callahan is the founder and editor of Inside Philanthropy, a digital media site that reports on the philanthropic space, specifically tracking foundations, and major donors. Previously Callahan was a Senior Fellow at Demos, a public policy group based in New York City that he co-founded in 1999. Callahan is also an author (having written The Givers and The Cheating Culture) and a lecturer.
Kathy Ko Chin

Kathy Ko Chin

As President & CEO of the Asian & Pacific Islander American Health Forum (APIAHF), Kathy Ko Chin spearheads the organization's efforts to influence policy, mobilize communities and strengthen organizations to improve the health of Asian Americans, Native Hawaiians and Pacific Islanders. Recognized as an authority on national health policy, Kathy served on President Obama’s Advisory Commission on Asian Americans and Pacific Islanders. Throughout her career, Kathy has worked in the nonprofit sector within medical, academia, and philanthropy. Kathy serves on the Board of Trustees of the Kresge Foundation.
Steven Payne

Steven Payne

Steven Payne serves as the Director of Operations and Strategic Partnerships for Pledge 1% – a movement that seeks to inspire and support the adoption of the 1% corporate philanthropy model on a global scale. Prior to joining Pledge 1%, he led the Oakland Symphony as Executive Director, where during his tenure he developed new concert formats with support from the Wallace Foundation’s national initiative “Building Audiences for Sustainability,” and led the Oakland Symphony Chorus on its first ever tour.
Jim Macinnes

Jim Macinnes

Jim is a seasoned technologist with over 20 years of senior level experience in enterprise architecture, integrations, and custom software development. He has worked with some of the most highly recognizable names on the Fortune 500 list including Time/Warner, Pfizer, NBC Universal, Hewlett Packard, Cisco, Visa and American Express, to name a few. Jim is currently Chief Architect at Launchpad Technologies, a company dedicated to providing world class services in system integration, architecture and project implementations. Launchpad is excited to team up with Fluxx to provide expertise in those areas for the Fluxx clients and partners community.
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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

How do I access the Fluxxcon app?

Our app contains all the latest information about our training agenda (October 9) and conference (October 10-11). Be sure to sign up with the email you used to register for the event.

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October 9-11, 2018 | San Francisco
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