Oct. 28: Growing Resiliency Nonprofit Strengthening Webinar Series Part 3: Outcomes Thinking & Management
In this Third Installment of our Nonprofit Strengthening Virtual Training Series, we feature a VIRTUAL LIVE WORKSHOP by Candid:
“Outcomes Thinking & Management: Shifting Focus from Activities to Impact”
Workshop Description: Funders increasingly want to invest in a nonprofit’s impact, not activities–especially in times of crisis like our trying COVID-19 era. In this in-depth, three-hour workshop, learn how your nonprofit can develop frameworks for tracking the outcomes and impact of your work, and how to successfully articulate that to funders. Learn to create your own logic model as the outcome framework for program management, grant proposals and stakeholder communications. This workshop is ideal for fundraising and development staff, grant writers at all levels of professional development, program directors and program staff.
Meet the Trainers
Elizabeth Madjlesi, Program Manager – Northeast Candid
In addition to delivering training courses on nonprofit management and fundraising best practices, Elizabeth organizes special programs and networking events on topics related to philanthropy and the social sector. She has more than a decade of experience in education/ training, fundraising and program management in the nonprofit sector. She received her MA in Teaching from Belmont University and holds a Graduate Certificate in Nonprofit Executive Management from Georgetown University.
Tracy Kaufman, Program Manager – Candid
Tracy is responsible for building Candid’s public and education programming, including stakeholder and networking events for New York City’s social sector at both professional and community-based levels, producing and moderating more than 40 public educational events each year. She is a Lead Instructor for Candid’s three-day Proposal Writing Boot Camp and teaches a popular workshop on Outcomes and Measurement. She also handles marketing and communications for Candid’s New York region. Tracy has been with Candid for 13 years. She has a BA from John Hopkins University. A frequent public speaker, Tracy has presented at numerous conferences and even the United Nations!
Date & Time: 9 a.m. to Noon Wednesday, Oct. 28
ATTENDANCE IS LIMITED!
To reserve your spot, RSVP to firstname.lastname@example.org by end of business Friday, October 23, at the latest. Your RSVP MUST include:
- Your Name
- Nonprofit Agency Affiliation
- Your Title
- Your E-mail
BE SURE TO READ SOME IMPORTANT REQUIREMENTS BELOW:
How to Attend
60 – First Come, First Served. Maximum of 2 representatives per agency. A Zoom link will only be shared with those who RSVP per the instructions above.
Must be affiliated (staff, board member, volunteer) with a 501(c)(3) nonprofit organization that a) serves Kern County, b) is registered with Kern Community Foundation, and c) has attained a minimum Silver Transparency Rating on GuideStar.org.
Kern Community Foundation is providing this customized workshop at no cost to participants. However, once registered, failure to attend without prior written cancellation by Noon Monday, October 26 (as we understand emergencies do come up), will disqualify registrant from attending other subsidized workshops in this series.