United Front 2011 General Session Presentations

Video 1 [running time: 38min 12sec]
Welcome – Sarah Caruso, CEO & President, Greater Twin Cities United Way
Welcome/Introduce Jay Kiedrowski – Ellen Goldberg Luger, Executive Director, General Mills Foundation
What Do We Know? Impact of 2011 Legislative Session & Economic Forecast— Jay Kiedrowski
Senior Fellow at HHH Institute, U of M

Video 2 [running time: 35min 43sec]
Keynote: Collective Impact: A cross-sector framework for achieving large-scale social change
Mark Kramer, Managing Director and Founder, FSG Social Impact Consultants

Video 3 [running time: 41min 37sec]
Cross-Sector Innovation and Redesign EffortsPanel
Community Response Panel Moderator: Toni Randolph, Minnesota Public Radio
Closing Remarks – Sarah Caruso, CEO & President, Greater Twin Cities United Way

Mark Kramer Podcast
The content of this podcast is from “The Power of Collective Impact: Continuing the Discussion with Mark Kramer” breakout seminar. The first half of the breakout included presentations by Amy Lopez, United Way community impact manager for United Way’s hunger goal, and Dave Ellis, United Way community impact manager for United Way’s domestic violence goal. The podcast focuses on the second half of the breakout, which featured a discussion about the intricacies of the “collective impact” model among Amy Lopez, Dave Ellis, Mark Kramer, and audience members.


[running time: 1min 51sec]


Mark Kramer and the New Paradigm of Collective Impact

[running time: 1min 35sec]

This recorded segment was captured from the livestream during the Collective Impact conference on March 23, 2011 hosted by FSG and the Stanford Social Innovation Review. You can watch other segments of the conference here.


Tough Decisions and The Bottom Line

[running time: 5min 3sec]

Michelle Basham, Genesis II executive director, and Lucy Swift, Genesis II board chair, talk about the impact their respective roles played in a three-year process of transitioning the organization.