- Mindfulness And Emotional Intelligence For Stewardship
- Strategies To Engage And Acknowledge Donors
Does everyone at your organization appreciate donors? Learn how to instill a new attitude of gratitude.
The grateful stewardship of philanthropy should be part of the DNA of any healthy nonprofit. All your board directors, executive leaders, development team members, and staff are responsible for nurturing donor investments.
Stewardship and donor relations are too often an afterthought. To help you begin 2021 with a new approach to embrace supporters, we have assembled an engaging two-part webinar series packed with innovative strategies.
Attitude Of Gratitude - Stewardship and Donor Relations (Two-Part Series)
Part 1: Mindfulness And Emotional Intelligence For Stewardship
Part 2: Strategies To Engage And Acknowledge Donors
Who Should Attend?
- Successful nonprofit leader for 30 years
- Created GKollaborative in 2010 to provide strategic advising to small- and mid-size organizations in a variety of sectors within the nonprofit community
- Served in senior leadership positions at Miami Dade College, City University of New York School of Law, Miami Jewish Health, Florida
- International University, Boston University, and Fenway Health
- Involved in the start-up of new initiatives, including the Sorensen Center for International Peace and Justice (CUNY School of Law), the Court Square Law Project (a partnership between the CUNY School of Law and the New York City Bar Association), and the Miami Culinary Institute at Miami Dade College
- Co-chair and chief curator of PhilanthropyMiami, the convening organization for the nonprofit sector in Miami
- BA in English from Montclair State University
- CEO of The Mindful Entrepreneur
- Certified mindfulness, resilience, and emotional intelligence trainer
- Former global TV executive
- Brand storyteller
- Babson College Women Innovating Now Lab Start-up Coach
- Gates Foundation consultant
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