Networking and Knowledge Breakfast

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Topic: Breakfast with a Philanthropist

Speakers: Digi Schueler and Craig Young

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7:45-8:00 a.m. Registration
8:00-9:30 a.m. Program
9:30-10:30 a.m. Networking

Location:   Cincinnati Red Cross, 2111 Dana Avenue, Cincinnati, OH 45207

AFP Members & Students (with valid student ID) – Free
AFP Non-Members – $25.00

About our Philanthropists:

Philanthropist of the Year: Digi Schueler, a lifelong volunteer and philanthropist, has made a significant impact in our community in the areas of art, education and social justice. Her board work and fund raising efforts with 
organizations such as Playhouse in the Park, Cincinnati Symphony Orchestra, Dress for Success, 4C for Children and YWCA has made a significant and long-lasting effect in the community.  Her committee work spans over nearly a dozen different nonprofits.  She was a leader while in the Junior League of Cincinnati, serving on several committees including being the Vice President of Community Outreach.  She was honored in 2005 as an Enquirer Woman of the Year and in 2011 as the Champions for Children Award by 4C for Children.  She is widely respected by all the organizations she has touched over the years.
Volunteer of the Year: Craig Young. Craig brings nearly four decades of success creating technology products and companies, over two decades of engaged philanthropy and volunteering, and over a decade of combining both of 
those to create technology and programs encouraging, inspiring and celebrating actions by many in the areas of volunteering, sustainability and compassion. Young became concerned about the systems nationally and regionally supporting volunteers, leading to the creation in April 2017 of the Cincinnati-based nonprofit, Inspiring Service (locally know as Cincinnati Cares). Young now sits on the boards of Cincinnati Children’s Hospital Medical Center, the Red Cross, the Dan Beard Council of the Boy Scouts of America, the Cincinnati Zoo, among others, and was recently named among the first males to join the board of the Greater Cincinnati YWCA.

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