Building the Capacity to Lead
Strong nonprofits have a diverse team of leaders – staff and board – who embrace the mission and clearly understand their goals and responsibilities. Based on the Center’s updated guide, Principles & Practices: Best Practices for North Carolina Nonprofits, this interactive workshop offers both new and experienced nonprofit leaders an exploration of twelve core management principles, from financial management and civic engagement to fundraising and legal compliance, for nonprofits to improve and strengthen their organizations. Participants receive a copy of Principles & Practices.
More information here.
Bridgette Burge is director of programs with the North Carolina Center for
Nonprofits, where she manages the Center's learning opportunities, including
webinars, workshops, and special projects. She also supports many of the
Center's collaborations with capacity-builders and partner non-profits. She has more than two decades of nonprofit experience serving as a board member, executive director, fundraiser, program manager, and volunteer. Bridgette earned her bachelor’s degree from Rhodes College, her masters from the University of Memphis, and a nonprofit management certificate from Duke University. She loves living in Raleigh with her partner, their two children, and their goofy rescue beagle.
Optional Lunch Includes:
Sandwich: Ham & cheddar, or Turkey and swiss or Chicken salad on croissant or honey wheat bread
Side salad: Pasta or fruit salad
Dessert: Cookie or brownie
Drink: Bottled water, tea or soda
This is event is sponsored by Triangle East Chamber of Commerce, Johnston Health Foundation, and Johnston Community College Foundation.