ACMP DC is hosting its second annual half-day virtual conference on October 21, 2021! Last year’s conference was an engaging afternoon of idea sharing and networking with change management professionals from across the region. This year, we will look at the future of change and its effect on leaders, technology and our role as change management professionals.
You won’t want to miss this opportunity to exchange knowledge, foster innovation, and advance the discipline of Change Management through lively presentations and discussions with leading change management experts. Join us!
Date: October 21, 2021
Time: 1:00-5:00 p.m. Eastern (virtual Happy Hour to follow!)
Venue: Online via Zoom
Recording only: $49 (Recording available after October 21)
Group discount of 30% is available for groups of 5 or more from the same organization. Contact email@example.com to provide your organization, list of attendees, and email addresses.
To register visit our Conference Event page!
Visit the 2021 Speakers/Presentation page to see the full session descriptions.
Brigette Hyacinth, bestselling Author, and an International Keynote Speaker on Leadership, Management, HR, Digital Transformation and Artificial Intelligence
You will choose 1 session from each round (2 sessions total).
In these 1-hour sessions we will join together to harness the knowledge and expertise of our ACMP DC conference attendees to help solve a Change Management challenge for non-profit organizations focused on social issues. Each non-profit will present a Change Management challenge related to their organization. Participants will ask questions and gain clarification about the issue and what has been attempted thus far. Then Change Management experts will work together to design a Change Management solution.
You will participate in 1 session for one of the non-profit organizations listed below.
Doorways: Doorways began in 1978 when a group of concerned community members saw there was no safe place in Arlington, Virginia for families in crisis. What began then with one shelter and one response has grown into a series of pathways individually tailored for adults, youth, and children seeking safety and shelter. Doorways creates pathways out of homelessness, domestic violence, and sexual assault leading to safe, stable, and empowered lives.
Offender Aid and Restoration (OAR): The Offender Aid and Restoration (OAR) movement was launched in 1968 by citizens responding to a prison riot in Charlottesville, Virginia. These individuals wanted a justice system based on restoration, not retribution. They believed that incarceration should prepare people to return to the community. The goal was to break the cycle of recidivism that made prison a revolving door for many. OAR envisions a safe and thriving community where those impacted by the legal system enjoy equal civil and human rights.
Northern Virginia Food Rescue: After successfully launching Prince William Food Rescue as a new program under Action in Community Through Service (ACTS) in August 2019, ACTS has created Northern Virginia Food Rescue (NOVA-FR) as a subsidiary company to start duplicate programs in each county in Northern Virginia. Through a network of programs, Northern Virginia Food Rescue strives to improve food resiliency and accessibility. NOVA-FR uses technology to support a network of Food Rescue Programs and partners with local agriculture to expand healthy food options to ensure food equity throughout Northern Virginia. They provide educational opportunities to increase community health and advocate to strengthen the food system.
Check your calendars and register for an afternoon of engagement on topics relevant to YOU!
Special thanks to our conference sponsor!