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NYC Nonprofit Executive Director Roundtable

  • 21 Feb 2017
  • 5:30 PM
  • Intercontinental Capital Group, 50 Jericho Quadrangle, Jericho, NY 11753

NYC Nonprofit Executive Director Roundtable brings together all levels of Directors of nonprofits for high-value interactions that makes a difference to your organization and your career.


We have expanded our Roundtables to all Directors of Nonprofits on a 

bi-monthly basis: 


Roundtable discussions throughout year include:

  • 6 exclusively for nonprofit Executive Directors, and on alternating months,
  • 6 for all Senior Staff and Board members of nonprofit organizations


** Please see our calendar for details

What makes NED Roundtable valuable: 


Stay Current with Industry Trends

  • Enhance Your Role
  • Maximize Your Organization’s Impact
  • Learn from Your Peers and Content Area Experts
  • Benefit from High-Value Interactions
  • Expand Your Knowledge
  • Improve Your Effectiveness
  • Share Stories of Successes and Failures
  • Dialogue with Experts to Yield Practical Results
FEBRUARY'S GUEST SPEAKERS!

Manhattan Speaker: Ernest A. Hood

​Ernest Hood has worked in the non-profit sector for more than three decades in a variety of settings including public broadcasting, a museum, an award winning theater company, and a national organization that helps students of color access expanded educational opportunities. Mr. Hood successfully managed The Campaign for Aaron Davis Hall, a $26 million comprehensive campaign that included the renovation of the historic landmark 135th Street Gatehouse into a new dynamic performance space for Harlem Stage. He is currently the Manager Institutional Funders for ANDRUS, a premier social service agency in Westchester County.

Long Island Speaker: Gail Koelln

Gail Koelln is President of GK Grant Writing, a grant writing consulting firm established in 2006. She is also the Co-Director, with Co-Director the Rev. Dr. LoraKim Joyner, of a new not-for-profit organization called One Earth Conservation. As the former Development Director at Queens Theatre in the Park from 1999 to 2006, Gail has many years of experience researching sources of funding and preparing proposals and reports for foundations, corporations and government agencies.


Starting at February's roundtable, 

We are now giving a $225.00 Donation to one organization per month per meeting!

​                                                       *MUST BE PRESENT TO WIN.




Bayside Business Association

41-16 Bell Boulevard

Bayside, NY 11361

(718) 229-2277

info@baysideba.com


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