2019 Sponsorships & Committees

The Points of Light Conference is an opportunity for corporate sponsors to reach and engage with our unique audience of 2,000 global service leaders from across the private and public sectors. We work closely with our sponsors to develop a cohesive sponsorship experience that aligns your interests and philanthropic investments with conference visibility and content.

For more information about conference sponsorship opportunities, contact Paul Hollahan.



Host Committee Members

as of November 15, 2018
  • Kelly Acker
    Assistant Vice President, Community Relations
    U.S. Bank
  • Kate Barr
    President and CEO
    Propel Nonprofits
  • Anna Bosak
    Community Affairs Specialist
    HB Fuller
  • Jake Blumberg
    Executive Director
  • Karmit Bulman
    Executive Director
    Minnesota Association for Volunteer Administration
  • Erika Carter
    Communications Director
    Bush Foundation
  • Diana Dalsin
    Community Relations Manager
  • Andy Goldman-Gray
    AGG Marketing and Consulting
  • DeeDee Gorman
    Community Relations Specialist, Senior
    ECMC Group
  • Matt Halley
    Executive Director
    Cookie Cart
  • Rebecca Morris Hoeft
    Chief Brand Officer
    Sunrise Banks
  • Sam Holsen
    Community Affairs
    Xcel Energy
  • Stephanie Johnson
    Manager, Community Relations
    Minnesota Twins Baseball Club
    Board President
    Corporate Volunteerism Council - Twin Cities
  • Kris Kewitsch
    Executive Director
    Charities Review Council
  • Katie Knutson
    Community Affairs Manager
    Thrivent Financial
  • Heidi Kraemer
    Senior Manager, Corporate Citizenship
  • Deb Krause
    Vice President
    Minnesota Health Action Group
  • Shannon Loecher
    Director, Social Responsibility
  • Jamie Makepeace
    Community Engagement Liaison
    Office of Mayor Jacob Frey
    Mayor of Minneapolis
  • Judson McNeil
    Toro Foundation
    The Toro Company
  • Amy Meuers
    Chief Executive Officer
    National Youth Leadership Council
  • Jennifer Moe
    Corporate Responsibility Manager
  • Tracy Nielsen
    Executive Director
    HandsOn Twin Cities
  • Tiffany Orth
    Make It. MSP., GreaterMSP
  • Jonathan Palmer
    Executive Director
    Hallie Q. Brown Community Center
  • Patty Pannkuk
    Senior Vice President, Community Affairs Manager
    Wells Fargo
  • Natalye Paquin
    President and CEO
    Points of Light
  • Kate Ritzer
    Executive Assistant, Chief Executive Officer
    Second Harvest Heartland
  • Eric Satre
    National Account Executive
    Visit Saint Paul – Convention & Visitors Bureau
  • Susan Schuster
    Principal Community Relations Consultant, Communications and Social Responsibility
    Blue Cross and Blue Shield of Minnesota
  • Anne Seaquist
    Manager, U.S. Community Initiatives and Global Volunteer Programs
  • Rebecca Thomley
    President and CEO
    Orion Associates
  • Shannon Toren
  • Karen Trouba
    Senior Vice President
    Bank of America
  • Janeen Vogelaar
    Director of Marketing & Creative Services
    KARE 11
  • Minn Wang
    Senior Manager
    General Mills
  • Dominick Washington
    Vice President of Marketing and Communications
    Minneapolis Foundation
  • Jamie Yanisch
    Global Community Engagement Officer
    Boston Scientific

Contact Information

General Inquiries

Points of Light Conference
Attn: Events
600 Means Street, Suite 210
Atlanta, Georgia 30318

Registration Inquiries


For information on sponsorship levels or becoming a conference partner, contact Paul Hollahan.


For media inquiries, contact Meghann Gibbons.

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What Others Are Saying

This is one of the few events where all members of the social good sector are in attendance. With business, nonprofit and public sectors attending, we can dig deeper and have cross-sector conversations.

— 2018 Atlanta Attendee

The conference proved to be one of the most engaging and exciting professional gatherings of like-minded people I've ever attended. Although the topics, content, and presentations all appropriately centered around volunteering and service in some way, the sheer range of them was simply astounding.

— 2017 Seattle Attendee