2020 Shared Insight Gathering
Save the Date: May 18-20, 2020
Hilton Baltimore Inner Harbor
REGISTRATION OPENS ON JANUARY 6, 2020:
If you need a link to registration please contact Michelle Mengel and indicate if you are registering as a funder or nonprofit partner.
Join feedback practitioners, funders, supporters, innovators, and cheerleaders from around the country for an inspiring and impactful three days of listening, learning, sharing, and connecting.
What Happens at Gatherings?
Our 2018 Shared Insight Gathering featured a lively mix of inspirational plenaries, short talks, interactive breakout sessions, affinity breakfasts, and networking opportunities that made for a rousing confab about all things feedback. Check out this video from Houston in 2018 to get an idea of what’s in store for next time.
Who Is Invited?
We welcome two representatives from each of our feedback-practice, research, and Listen4Good grantee partners, past and present. For our L4G partners, ideally one attendee will be the L4G project manager or front-line staff member and the other a member of the organization’s management team. Please note there is no fee to attend and Shared Insight covers all expenses for travel and accommodations.
We encourage all of Shared Insight’s funding partners to attend, and also welcome any other funders interested in our work. Please note there is no fee to attend.
Please stay tuned for more information.
We can’t wait to see you in Baltimore, which offers an exciting backdrop to our Gathering. Also known as Charm City, Baltimore, once a North-South border city and home to one of the country’s busiest immigration ports, is a dynamic place of innovation, culture, community action, and diversity.
Fun Facts About Baltimore
Francis Scott Key wrote the lyrics to what would become the American national anthem while watching the British bombardment of Baltimore’s Fort McHenry during the War of 1812.
Famous Baltimoreans include Tom Clancy, Ta-Nehisi Coates, Frederick Douglas, Billie Holiday, Thurgood Marshall, Nancy Pelosi, Edgar Allen Poe, and Babe Ruth.
Baltimore is home to one of the largest museums about the African-American experience, the Reginald F. Lewis Museum of Maryland African American History & Culture, named for Baltimore native Mr. Lewis, a lawyer, financier, philanthropist, and first black person to own a Fortune 500 company.
Baltimore was the first in the U.S. to have regular railroad passenger service (1830), a post-office system (1774), and a black-owned shipyard (1868). The city also had the world’s first dental school (1840) and telegraph line (to Washington, D.C., 1844).
Baltimore is the birthplace of the six-pack and the snow cone.