EDGE in the Boardroom

Serving on a non-profit board is a great way to grow your professional skills and network while making an impact in the community. EDGE in the Boardroom is our annual opportunity to connect the region's young professionals to nonprofit boards in need of volunteer leadership. If you're interested in joining a board, want to know more about nonprofits in the region, or just want to network with other young professionals, this event is for you! 

At our virtual EDGE in the Boardroom, you can expect to:

  • meet regional nonprofits and learn about their missions
  • ask the nonprofits questions about their board and committee commitments to decide if they’re right for you
  • connect with fellow young professionals from around Sacramento

The participating non-profits:

  • Studio T Dance: Studio T changes the lives of at-risk youth by using dance as a vehicle to reach difficult-to-serve populations, especially low-income minority communities.
  • CLARA Studios: CLARA provides arts education to public schools with low arts access, often through creative collaborations and partnerships with other community nonprofits.
  • Rebuilding Together Sacramento: RTS brings volunteers and communities together to improve the homes and lives of low-income homeowners and to help seniors and the disabled live safely in their homes.
  • Juma Ventures: Juma Ventures strives to break the cycle of poverty by paving the way to work, education, and financial capability for youth across America.
  • Teach for America - California Capital Valley: Teach For America finds, develops, and supports a diverse network of leaders, working together to end educational inequity.
  • Habitat for Humanity of Greater Sacramento: Habitat for Humanity of Greater Sacramento brings people together to build affordable home ownership opportunities for low-income families, preserve existing affordable housing for vulnerable low-income homeowners, and uplift underserved communities.
  • Brazilian Center for Cultural Exchange of Sacramento: The mission of the Brazilian Center for Cultural Exchange of Sacramento (Brazilian Center) is to serve and enrich Sacramento by fostering a thriving and inclusive multicultural community by sharing art, food, music, dance, and performing arts to create cultural awareness, peace, tolerance, and a better world.
  • Breakthrough Sacramento: Breakthrough Sacramento is a year-round tuition-free college preparatory program for under-resourced youth who wish to be first in their families to succeed in college.
  • Single Mom Strong: Single Mom Strong's mission is to empower single mothers and their children through enrichment, encouragement, and educational programs.
  • American River Natural History Assoc. DBA Effie Yeaw Nature /center: The Effie Yeaw Nature Center provides environmental education to the community and schools in the greater Sacramento area.
  • The Health Communication Research Institute, Inc. (Joshua's House Hospice): To address health disparities, specifically to create the first hospice house for homeless terminally ill men and women.
  • Design Sacramento: Our mission is to make our design community more inclusive, equitable, and supportive for all.

Register before March 9th to get early bird discount pricing on your ticket! This event is open to EDGE members and non-members, but EDGE members get discounted event pricing for most EDGE events. Learn more about an EDGE membership here.

To prepare for the event, read our blog post on what to do before, during, and after the event. You can also watch the video training below to learn more about the career benefits of joining a board and what board service entails:


Date & Time
3.16.21 5:30 - 7:00 PM