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  • 1. YNPNNationalLeadersConference2013 State of the Network
  • 2. Network by the Numbers Current Active Chapters – 31 New chapters since 8/2012 – 3 Chapters Actively in Startup Mode - 20 Chapters with c3 – 8 (+1 c6, 5 fiscallysponsored, 4 in c3 process) Chapters with paid membership – 9 Chapters using the national Wordpress - 19 States with a YNPN Presence - 25 Number of Members - ???
  • 3. #YNPNVRT13 Themes: Chapters Activity: “Peaks & Valleys” + “Bursting out theGate” Establishing Pipelines for chapter leadership Diversity Membership Community-wide convener What’s next in terms of growth?
  • 4. #YNPNVRT13 Themes: Leaders Found YNPN looking for connection(“friends”) Wide range of organizational roles Driven to grow yourselves AND the field
  • 5. #YNPNVRT13 Takeaways Local & National brand is getting stronger Our chapters are growing up Still a deep connection to our people-powerroots Still finding our people through YNPN Strong desire to be better connectednationally
  • 6. Interests andpreferencesConsiderations- Wide spectrum of data collection going on acrosschaptersWHATDemographicsContactinformation
  • 7. Interests andpreferencesConsiderations- Wide spectrum of data collection going on acrosschaptersWHAT HOWDemographicsContactinformationPersonalinteractionsSurveysIntake forms
  • 8. Interests andpreferencesConsiderations- Wide spectrum of data collection going on acrosschaptersWHAT HOWWHYDemographicsContactinformationPersonalinteractionsSurveysIntake formsFundraisingProgrammingCommunications
  • 9. "Meeting chapters where theyre at..."Communication | Engagement+ Feedback on slide deck+ Virtual Road Trip+ Data Coordinator role as a chapter strategistFlexibility+ Prioritize data interests+ Provide tool(s) and advice with most appeal+ Incorporate existing data whenever possibleOur Approach
  • 10. Today...AgeGender identityEducationRace/ethnicityEmploymentSoon...LBGTQFamily structure
  • 11. In our wildest dreams...
  • 12. 28The average age ofYNPN members.27%Of our members aremen.30%Three in ten aremembers of color.9 out of 10attained a Bachelorsdegree or higher.
  • 13. Employment status:Nebulous73% full time work28% part time work
  • 14. Employment status:Nebulous73% full time work28% part time workOne in seven are studentswho work and/orvolunteer.
  • 15. Employment status:Nebulous73% full time work28% part time workOne in seven are studentswho work and/orvolunteer.12% mentioned multiplepositions or situationswithin the same year.
  • 16. One in fiveYNPNmembers haveconnected withmultiplechapters.
  • 17. How do you hearabout YNPN?Word of mouthMost valuableresource of YNPN:Networking
  • 18. Big A-Ha’s this Year Clarity on the reach of our vision:Stronger communitiespropelled by a network ofinspired and engagedleaders
  • 19. Big A-Ha’s this Year Clarity on how membership fits into thisvision is THE step that will take YNPN tothe next level
  • 20. National: Big Accomplishments Board Restructure Mission and Vision Kept YNPN 3.0 Moving Expanded our visibility Expanded our funding relationships
  • 21. National: Expanding our Capacity Sweet Caroline LaunchPad Fellows! Future Staffing
  • 22. National Membership
  • 23. Questions from Chapters Why this model? What are we getting from National that wecan actually use and are actually asking for? What does this mean for us as chapters - interms of sharing members, in terms ofsharing revenue? How is this NOT competition for members? CANT we work towards a centralizedmodel?
  • 24. Big Takeaways Our chapter structure and the leaders that run them areYNPNs most valuable community asset. This is complex and will need to happen in phases overyears Chapters are willing to work on this with National - beflexible, adjust their structure - if they feel National hastheir mutual benefit and the benefit of their members inmind Managing this is process is not a side project. Membership dollars will likely be the key way that thenetwork sustains itself but it’s no excuse to rush.

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