Executive Director Breakfasts

NONPROFIT BOARD DEVELOPMENT
Executive Directors of Bronx nonprofit organizations discussed their board development plans as well as their training process and policies for retention and succession.
BOARD MANAGEMENT
Guest speaker Michael Davidson, a consultant who has worked with over 100 boards, facilitated an informal conversation teaching Executive Directors how to guide their boards towards providing leadership, oversight and support.
IS YOUR ORGANIZATION FINANCIALLY HEALTHY?
Linda Manley, Legal Director of the New York Alliance, gave leaders tips on how to determine the financial standing of their organization.
INCREASING YOUR IMPACT
Ana L. Oliveira of The New York Women’s Foundation shared her strategies for establishing new strategic plans, sponsoring landmark research reports, increasing visibility and raising the public profile of your nonprofit
SYLIVIA MONTERO
Board President of Grand Street Settlement and Published author of Make It Your Business: Dare to Climb the Ladder of Leadership led this engaging discussion.
MINDFUL LEADERSHIP
Jeff Ballow, Director of Leadership & Professional Development at the Community Resource Exchange, shared his techniques on how to be more present in the work you do, minimize stress, and make more thoughtful decisions as a leader.
STRATEGIES OF BOARD DEVELOPMENT
Executives learned strategies from Part of the Solution (POTS) Director, Chris Bean, for successfully attracting board members and developing board skills.
THREE LEADERS
Paula Gavin, Chief Service Officer at NYC Service, Kajori Chaudhuri, Bronx Community Service Center Director of New York City Commission on Human Rights and Laura Klein of charitySTRONG talked in depth about their programs.
PHILANTHROPY: WHERE WE ARE & WHERE WE’RE HEADED
Speaker Pat Swann, NY Community Trusts' Senior Program Officer, discussed the current state of philanthropy and what funders are looking to support in our ever changing environment.
RESOURCES FOR YOUTH DEVELOPMENT IN THE BRONX
Bronx based youth-serving nonprofits were introduced to the services and resources of Youth Inc.