Nonprofit Roundtable for People of Color (for POC only)

Another event for the Nonprofit Capacity Building Speakers Series (CBSS)

Tyneisha Gibbs comes to Newark, NJ for the 2019 Capacity Building Series session "Nonprofit Roundtable for People of Color ," a workshop exclusively for POC. The goal of the workshop is to provide safer space for POC to engage in a supportive community for growth, fellowship, and development. The afternoon, lead by Gibbs, includes:

Workshop addressing state of the nonprofit sector, issues pressing to POC working in nonprofits, goal setting, community building, and more.
A Panel of Community/Nonprofit Leaders of Color
A Networking Happy Hour with light bites and refreshments.
WHO SHOULD ATTEND:

People of color working in all levels of service in the nonprofit sector including Executives, Directors, Direct Service Staff, Board Members, and more.

ATTIRE:
Comfortable and casual dress is recommended, jeans are welcomed.

COST:

Thanks to the generous support of our funders, we are excited to offer this workshop as a "pay what you can" opportunity. Any support you provide helps to cover the costs of providing the workshop and continuing our support of nonprofit leaders. The price of this workshop is valued at $120.

If you are unable to contribute to your ticket cost and need to register for a free seat, please email Vicki at VMFmpa@business.rutgers.edu and we will be happy to help.

Advance registration is required. Includes snacks in the afternoon and light bites and refreshments during happy hour.

The cost of this program has been underwritten by support from the Victoria Foundation and Prudential.


Visit the Eventbrite page here at: https://www.eventbrite.com/e/nonprofit-roundtable-for-people-of-color-for-poc-only-tickets-62218054877

Contact Information
  1. Institute for Ethical Leadership
  2. 973-353-1135
  3. ielinternsrus@gmail.com
Thu, June 20
1:00 pm — 6:00 pm
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Another event for the Nonprofit Capacity Building Speakers Series (CBSS)

Tyneisha Gibbs comes to Newark, NJ for the 2019 Capacity Building Series session "Nonprofit Roundtable for People of Color ," a workshop exclusively for POC. The goal of the workshop is to provide safer space for POC to engage in a supportive community for growth, fellowship, and development. The afternoon, lead ...

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