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Restoring the Lost Art of Empathy: The Key to Ethical and IDEA Cultures

Learn to apply practical tactics to strengthen your ability to connect and maximize yourself, your team, and your mission. Forbes, CEOWorld, and countless others have cited empathy as the #1 leadership skill required to lead an organization and cultivate an ethical and inclusive culture. Whether it is mental health or other stressors at play, the insight and skills learned here will breed inclusiveness, innovation, retention, and joy.

Wednesday, April 3, 2024

8:30-9:00 – Doors open/Networking
9:00-10:30 – Program

United Way of Greater Cincinnati
 2400 Reading Rd, Cincinnati, OH 45202
United Way has a free surface lot for attendees.

AFP Members & Students (with valid student ID) – FREE
Non-Members – $45.00

About the Speaker:
Matthew Gellin – American Legacy Theatre – Executive Artistic Director & CEO

Matthew David Gellin, CFRE, is Executive Artistic Director & CEO of American Legacy Theatre. He has successfully acted, directed, and produced across the country, in Europe, and in Asia. Matthew is proud to have served as a USA representative at the UNESCO International Theatre Institute Research Lab in Romania, USA delegate to the People’s Republic of China for Foreign Business Affairs, named as a Promising Artist of the 21st Century by the International Arts and Cultural Exchange, and has published papers in peer-reviewed journals. He seeks to create a more equitable tomorrow through accessible theatre. He served seven years on the chapter board and most recently as Past-President. Now he is on the board of the AFP Foundation for Philanthropy USA.



This event will be approved for 1.5 CFRE Credits.

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