Directors’ Days 2023

May 9-10, 2023

Quick Menu


[welcome statement]

Your experience is important to us. Please let us know if you have questions, or if there is anything we can do to support your participation in this workshop series.

[point of contact name] [POC email] [POC phone number]


Directors’ Day is a training and networking event hosted by Oregon Department of Justice, Crime Victim and Survivor Services Division. All non-profit organizations that receive funding from CVSSD must attend this training.

This event focuses on helping non-profit leaders strengthen their programs and improve their ability to manage their grant funds. It also provides information to help programs improve services and increase access to services for victims and survivors in Oregon.

Registration is limited to one executive director and a second individual from the organization (a member of the Board of Directors, a program manager, or a fiscal manager). One additional person may be placed on a wait list. Please contact Amanda VanTil with the name, title, and contact information for the person who should be placed on the wait list.


[add link to registration]


City of Keizer Community Center
930 Chemawa Road NE
Keizer, Oregon 97303

Driving and Parking Directions

Frequently Asked Questions

[link to FAQ document with date]


Directors’ Day is a two-day conference that features a blend of keynotes and smaller workshops. Day One focuses on building meaningful partnerships with communities that have been affected by oppression. Day Two features topics related to grant management, financial health, and human resources management.

Schedule At-A-Glance

[image that can be saved/downloaded]


[Speaker Name]

[Image (circular frame] [Title] [Bio]

[Speaker Name]

[Image (circular frame] [Title] [Bio]

[Speaker Name]

[Image (circular frame] [Title] [Bio]

[Speaker Name]

[Image (circular frame] [Title] [Bio]

Workshops List

Title / Description (100 words or less) / Name of Speaker


Your experience at Directors’ Day is important to us. We will do our best to accommodate special requests related to accessibility and food allergies. Please let us know how we can support you.

What to Expect

[coming soon]


CVSSD is committed to providing accessible materials and programming at all our events.

This venue is wheelchair accessible. Accessible parking spots are available. American Sign Language (ASL) Interpreters are available throughout the event.

To help us with our planning, please indicate your any accommodation needs you have on your registration, or by contacting: [add contact person here]

Travel Information

We have reserved a block of rooms at: 
Comfort Inn and Suites
630 Hawthorne SE
Salem, OR 97301
(503) 585-9705
Online reservations

Please contact the hotel directly to make your own reservations. Use the group name: Oregon Department of Justice or use the group code: UF04D9 when reserving your room online.

These rooms are available May 8-10, 2023 and must be booked by April 10, 2023.

For lodging closer to the venue that may accept the government rate, consider booking at:

Best Western Premier Keizer/Salem
5188 Wittenberg Lane NE
Keizer, OR 97303
(503) 390-4733

Holiday Inn Express Keizer Station
6150 Keizer Station Blvd NE
Keizer, OR 97303
(971) 718-5335

Post-Conference Information


Keynote Handouts will be added to the Program/Keynotes section of the webpage at the conclusion of the event.

Workshop Handouts will be added to the Program/Workshop List section of the webpage at the conclusion of the event.


[to be developed]