Following are examples of Amy Main Morgenstern's speaking engagements and papers:

 

 

  • Grantmakers for Effective Organizations (GEO) Conference, Seattle, Washington - Co-presented “Collaboration is Hot in Cleveland: The Human Services Strategic Restructuring Pilot Project from Four Perspectives: Funder, Nonprofit Executive, Nonprofit Board, and Consultant.  See Case Study

 

  • The Ohio Society of CPAs Conference, Cleveland, Ohio – co-presented “Collaboration is Hot in Cleveland.

 

  • Making the Case and Getting Underway: A Funder Toolkit to Support Healthy People in Healthy Places, co-authored for the Healthy Eating Active Living Convergence Partnership.  See Toolkit

 

  • Sisters of Charity of St. Augustine Health System Foundation Conference, Cleveland, Ohio – “Building Effective Foundation Boards.

 

  • The College of Jewish Studies, Cleveland, Ohio – “Building Community and a Just Society Requires Sustained Efforts Locally & Abroad.

 

  • National Society of Fund Raising Executives, Cleveland Chapter - "Expectations, Education, and Execution: The Three Es of Fund Raising."

 

  • Alliance for Children and Families Annual Conference, Cleveland, Ohio – “Leading A Successful Strategic Planning and Change Process: What It Takes From Board And Staff.

 

  • Annual Scientific Meeting of the Gerontological Society of America, Toronto, Ontario - "The Elder's Decision-Making Role in the Caregiving Family" and "The Effects of Increasing the Elder's Resources on the Exchange Relationship of the Care-Providing Relative" with Ruth E. Dunkle, Ph.D.

 

  • Amy Main Morgenstern, President of Main Stream has served as a guest lecturer on trusteeship at CWRU’s Mandel Center for Nonprofit Organizations, and on strategic planning at CSU’s Levin College of Urban Affairs.