Strategic Roundtables

How would you like a forum where you and others from your nonprofit organization can talk about a particular challenge or opportunity with a group of marketing communications professionals?

Perhaps your organization is struggling with how to be more clearly understood in the community. Maybe you’re in the planning stages of a new program in which communications is key to its success.

Our Strategic Roundtables can help.

Our Strategic Roundtables are highly interactive three hour sessions that provide nonprofits a learning environment where they can gain the benefit of a group of professionals focusing on their particular challenge or concern. The environment nurtures ideas and solutions, clarifying thoughts and premises about the program or problem, and bringing fresh and objective perspective to your work.

Roundtable engagements are booked on a “first-come, first-served” basis, so contact us at least one month prior to the desired roundtable date.

Once your reservation is secured, Ad Council staff will meet with you to prepare for the session. You may have 5-6 participants representing your organization. We encourage your team includes program staff and management and Board representation.

To schedule a Roundtable session, contact the Ad Council at (585) 442-0200 x204, or email info@adcouncilroch.org.

WAYNE/ONTARIO/YATES COUNTY Nonprofits - The Rochester Area Community Foundation is offering a special scholarship program for Wayne, Ontario and Yates County nonprofits to participate in the Ad Council Strategic Roundtable program. The Bullis Advised Fund, The Howard Hallowell Fund, and The Nord Family Foundation and the McGowan Fund, components of the Rochester Area Community Foundation, makes funding for the scholarship possible. Email Katelin Ryan for more information, or call (585) 442-0200 x204.

Underwritten by


The Bullis Fund of The Community Foundation
The Hallowell Fund of The Community Foundation
The Nord Family Foundation and
the McGowan Fund of The Community Foundation 

Sponsored by