Setzer to present at nonprofit conference

  • Posted: Wednesday, September 11, 2013 8:51 a.m.

RALEIGH – David Setzer, executive director of the Blanche and Julian Robertson Family Foundation in Salisbury, will be a presenter at the 2013 Statewide Conference for North Carolina’s Nonprofit Sector being presented by the N.C. Center for Nonprofits.

The conference will be Sept. 19-20 at the Embassy Suites Hotel-Concord Convention Center and is open to staff and board leaders in all nonprofits, as well as foundation and corporate community affairs representatives and others who work with nonprofits. Setzer will be part of a panel discussion addressing the partnerships between nonprofit organizations and foundations that benefit communities. Other sessions will focus on executive succession, using board committees for effective governance, and creating a more financially stable operation.


Setzer has served as executive director of the Blanche and Julian Robertson Family Foundation since it was founded in 1997. Previously, he served in various administrative positions at Catawba College for 36 years.

More information about the conference and online registration is available at www.ncnonprofits.org/learn/conference.

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