2021 Frederick Nonprofit Summit Goes Virtual


Keynote Speaker & Panelist: Vu Le – NonprofitAF Founder

After 2 years, it was such a pleasure for Frederick nonprofits and beyond to finally gather together to learn from such powerful, insightful regional and national nonprofit and philanthropic leaders. We enjoyed a fun-filled day together as we finally welcomed Vu Le as our keynote speaker and a diverse group of panelists for an afternoon session.  We look forward to the future as our community puts this insight into action. Stay tuned for information about the 2022 Summit!

Watch The 2021 Frederick Nonprofit Summit!

Weren’t able to attend? Please check out the full Nonprofit Summit Recording below:

2021 Frederick Nonprofit Summit Video

Thank You to Our Panel

Thank you to our expert panelists who brought thought provoking conversation, inspiration and encouragement as we look toward the future!

Top Row: Lisa Alexander Brown, Nonprofit HR, President & CEO; Satonya Fair, PEAK Grantmaking, President and CEO; Jen Bokoff, Disability Rights Rund, Director of Development Bottom Row: Janice Simsohn Shaw, Moderator; Vu Le, NonprofitAF, Founder; Franklyn Baker, United Way of Central MD, CEO


Nonprofit Book Club

Continue the conversation on Friday, May 7! Join us for an informal lunchtime discussion of Vu Le’s book, Unicorns Unite, hosted by the Frederick Nonprofit Summit in partnership with our local chapter of the Association of Fundraising Professionals. This event is offered at no cost, lunch will be provided, and everyone is welcome to join. Free books are also available! RSVP today!


As promised, the 2021 Frederick Nonprofit Summit was not just a conference, it was an experience! A big thanks to DJ Lee for keeping the energy up and leading us through a fun-filled day with games, trivia, Name That Tune, music, and more. Attendees also had the opportunity to join in on discussions through a variety of breakout rooms.

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