What Makes Great Nonprofits Great? [Workshop at #ArabAmericanSummit]
What is the secret? What are the activities that separate average nonprofits from others that are widely recognized as great?
Leslie Crutchfield and her co-author did the research and found the six practices that make the difference. The Arab American Summit: From Marginalized to Organized will feature an advanced-level workshop facilitated by Crutchfield, Senior Advisor of FSG Social Impact Consultants and Senior Research Fellow for the Georgetown University Global Social Enterprise Initiative at the McDonough School of Business.
Crutchfield will lead participants in an exploration of the six practices, including leadership that adapts to the organization’s changing environment. Participants will learn about how they can engage their staff and board as well as other stakeholders in transforming their nonprofit into the great mission-driven organization that the community deserves and will wholeheartedly support.
The Arab American Summit—an exceptional, dynamic symposium convened by the National Network for Arab American Communities (NNAAC)—will feature sessions on social justice, community organizing, advocacy and nonprofit capacity building. Everyone who attends will leave the weekend feeling empowered with new ideas and strategies to advance social change. It's a weekend you do not want to miss! Early bird registration ends soon. Register today!
Early Bird Registration through Oct. 2, 2015
- $150 — NNAAC Member*
- $200 — Non-NNAAC Member with Saturday Dinner*
- $150 — Non-NNAAC Member without Saturday Dinner
- $75 — High School/College Student*
- $75 — Sponsorship of a High School/College Student* (new)
- $75 — Saturday Dinner only
*Includes Saturday night dinner and limited transportation. Prices increase after Early Bird Registration ends, but registration remains open until Nov. 3, 2015. Click here for more information on the Summit and to register.
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