Board Governance Panel, Leading in Community, Getting to What Matters: How to Design and Develop Evaluation

Board Governance Panel

Center Director Ann Marie Thigpen moderated a recent panel on board governance with winners of the New York Community Trust Nonprofit Excellence Awards. The panel discussion was part of a workshop dedicated to informing nonprofit leaders about strategies that work to achieve management excellence in the area of strong board-management partnership.

Leading in Community

Applications are now being accepted for Leading in Community, an eight-month program to broaden and strengthen leadership for people of color in Long Island’s nonprofits and communities. Participants will receive a Certificate in Organizational and Community Leadership fromAdelphi University. LIC applications are due August 26, 2016. The program begins in November 2016 and ends June 2017.

To learn more about LIC and apply, click here

Getting to What Matters: How to Design and Develop Evaluation

Nonprofit Leadership Workshop


Every nonprofit program needs evaluation that is meaningful and engaging. Exceptional evaluation not only proves the value of the program to stakeholders, but also improves the program effect among those it is intended to serve. On June 22, the Center hosted a workshop to help nonprofits design and develop effective program evaluation presented by author and Steve Patty, Ph.D.

As seen in the June 2016 issue of LeadTime.

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