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Wednesday, April 3, 2013

Troy Chamber hosts Nonprofit Management Conference

The Troy Chamber of Commerce and its Non-Profit Network (NPN) will host the 8th Annual Nonprofit Management Conference, 8 a.m.–3 p.m., Thursday, April 25 at Walsh College, 3838 Livernois, Troy. This management conference for nonprofit professionals, board members and volunteers is sponsored by Walsh College, MORC and the Troy Chamber. It is presented by Huntington Bank’s Seeds For Success.
The day begins with a continental breakfast and networking hour followed by two breakout sessions, a hot buffet lunch and an extended afternoon session following lunch.
Breakout sessions cover the following topics: Strategic Planning, Marketing, Human Resource & Volunteer Management, Fund Development/Donor Relations, Governance & Operations, Leadership/Board Development, Technology and Finance/Accounting/Tax.

A motivational lunch featuring keynote speaker, Mike Fezzey, president of Huntington Bank’s East Michigan region, and an expanded two-hour breakout session complete the afternoon.

Attendees may choose one of two afternoon workshops.The first is a presentation entitled, "Towards a Culture of Inclusion: Building and Sustaining a Diverse Board," with Rosemary Linares of the Nonprofit Enterprise at Work (NEW).

The second session is “Maximizing Corporate and Business Support,” featuring Michael Montgomery of Montgomery Consulting.
 The cost for the day-long event, meals included, is $50 for Troy Chamber members and $95 for non-members. Reservations are required. Call the Troy Chamber at 248-641-3694 or email jody@troychamber.com. For more information, visit http://www.troychamber.com/non-profit-network/non-profit-mgt-conference/

2 comments:

  1. Will they be doing any future meetings??
    -Jon @ nonprofit software

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    1. Yes. This conference is annual, but the Troy Chamber hosts a variety of meetings every month. Visit their website link above, for more information.

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