Trista Harris represents the leading edge of a new age of philanthropy. She gives insight into a philanthropic revolution that will help strengthen the social sector.
Her transparency about the inner workings of philanthropy makes her a favorite speaker to audiences both nationally and internationally. She has recently spoken for: The Stockholm Philanthropy Symposium, Convergence Convening on Necker Island, The Giving Institute and the Hawaii Association of Nonprofit Organizations.
Trista speaks on a range of topics related to future trends in philanthropy and the social sector. Each speech is customized to the particular audience. But in general, she helps foundations and nonprofits understand how to realize the full potential of their staff, develop real relationships between nonprofits and foundations, and how to predict and shape the future of our communities.
Watch a video of Trista speaking to a sold out crowd at the
Clinton School of Government in Little Rock.
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Examples of Past Speaking Engagements
Emerging Leader In Philanthropy Award Recipient/Speaker, ABFE Annual Conference James A. Joseph Lectures & Awards, Los Angeles.
Speaker/Facilitator, Greater Houston United Way, Houston. “Grantee-Grantor Dialog”.
Distinguished Speaker Series, University of Arkansas Clinton School of Public Service, Little Rock. “How to Become a Nonprofit Rockstar”.
Keynote Speaker, Conference of Nonprofit Communities of Hawai’i, Honolulu. “Cultivating Leadership Across Generations”.
Keynote Speaker, Emerging Practitioners in Philanthropy Bay Area Chapter, San Francisco. “6 Ways to Rock your Career”.
Facilitator/Speaker, Nonprofit Rockstar Leadership Intensive, Washington, DC.
Speaker, Emerging Practitioners in Philanthropy (EPIP) National Conference, Philadelphia. “Cultivating your Multi-Generational Network”.
Speaker, University of Minnesota, Public and Nonprofit Leadership Center and the Humphrey School Office of Career Services , Minneapolis. “Six Ways to Rock Your Career in Public Affairs”.