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Nonprofit Matters Forum

In November 2016, Williams Parker hosted a half-day program on management challenges facing nonprofit organizations. Footage from the forum is available below.

Surviving and Thriving in a Challenging Nonprofit Environment: Ten Keys to Success
Featured Speaker: Kathryn Miree, Philanthropic Advisory Consultant

Nonprofit organizations work in an ever-changing, dynamic environment characterized by economic challenges, legislative changes, and an increasing demand for services. Surviving – or more importantly thriving – requires clear communication, strategy, and the ability to respond to emerging needs and the environment; it requires an active, engaged board and strong donor partnerships; and it requires the ability to leverage technology to maximize outreach, measure impact, and identify opportunities.

Building an Effective, Dynamic, and Engaged Board
Featured Speaker: Kathryn Miree, Philanthropic Advisory Consultant

Nonprofit boards are essential to organizational success, with responsibility for setting the strategy and direction of the nonprofit, ensuring adequate financial resources, selecting and managing the chief executive, and overseeing the nonprofit’s work. Building an effective, dynamic, and engaged board requires a clear strategy in recruiting, setting expectations on the board members' role in recruitment, training that ensures effectiveness, meaningful opportunities to partner with the organization in its work, and ongoing evaluation of the board’s engagement. In this session, you’ll learn the transformational steps and strategies to build, manage, and maximize the impact of your nonprofit board, which you can begin to use immediately. The video includes snippets from additional breakout sessions, including "The Attorney-Client Relationship: Getting the Most Value from Your Lawyer" and "Supporting Organizations: Pros, Cons, and Relationship Management."


Top Issues and Challenges Facing Nonprofit Leaders
 
Joseph McKenna, president and CEO of Sarasota Orchestra; Kathryn Miree; Jennifer Rominiecki, CEO of Marie Selby Botanical Gardens; Tom Waters, president and CEO of Easter Seals Southwest Florida; and Ric Gregoria, president of Williams Parker

Featuring local nonprofit leaders and an experienced philanthropic consultant, the panel focused on the top issues and challenges that nonprofit executives and staff deal with on a day-to-day basis.

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