August 04, 2020

Register for the 2020 UNA Annual Conference, a Virtual Event!



WE ARE... A go!

Registration for the conference is OPEN! Whether you're registering your team or flying solo, join us for what  will be virtually UNA’s best and most engaging conference to date! Your three-day extravaganza will be packed full of events, speakers, and connections. Participate in real-time or watch the sessions on your schedule. Make connections, increase your breadth of knowledge, save money that you can use to re-invest in your mission, and—best of all—see the smiling faces of everyone who shares your passion. (Thanks, Zoom!) Learn more!

You are the biggest part of what makes this experience—which includes the keynote, the plenary, breakout sessions, the Expo Hall, and other participants—so amazing! Conference Registration closes Sunday, September 20 at 11:59 pm, so act now!

 WE ARE...Resilient     WE ARE...Community     WE ARE...Utah’s Nonprofits 

Here's What you Need to Know about Registering for the Conference 

Registrations After August 25

  • Individuals: $145 UNA Members | $290 Everyone Else
  • Unlimited Organization: $400 UNA Members | $800 Everyone Else


Speaker Spectacular

Beth Kanter WebWE ARE… thrilled to announce our keynote for this year is author, virtual facilitator, and nationally-recognized nonprofit-thought-leader Beth Kanter! Tailored with you in mind, her keynote and interactive breakout session will guide you in maintaining your work/life balance during a time of high anxiety. Increase your personal resilience and calm and set yourself up for work/life success in a post-COVID world! 




Curtis Klotz

WE ARE...  pleased to welcome Curtis Klotz, a CPA unlike any other, for a poignant closing plenary session. Join Curtis in exploring how race, equity, organizational values, and human resources impact your finances and financial leadership. Uncover these interwoven elements to help reset your business model and take an unflinching look at your organization’s finances. You will learn how to use this new perspective to find thoughtful, compassionate, and effective decisions in the midst of heartbreaking and often overwhelming times. Curtis Klotz, CPA, serves as Director of Nonprofit Innovation at CLA. Curt shares inventive strategies for nonprofits that have emerged from more than 35 years of direct work in nonprofit organizations, including his former role as VP of Finance & CFO at Propel Nonprofits.