[act-ma] Press Release from Wheelock College
Deanna.Elliot at my.wheelock.edu
Mon Apr 16 11:19:41 PDT 2012
FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE
SAVE THE DATE 5.03.12
FREE NETWORKING EVENT AT WHEELOCK COLLEGE
April 15, 2012 (Boston, MA): Wheelock College warmly welcomes the public to the free networking event and discussion, A Conversation Across Generations: The Changing Nonprofit Landscape, on Thursday, May 3rd from 6:00 PM-8:00 PM. Panelists include Rick Jakious, CEO of Massachusetts Nonprofit Network, Lennette Azzi-Lessing, Associate Professor of Social Work at Wheelock College, Mallory St. Brice, Program Manager, Highland Street Corps Ambassadors of Mentoring, and Lindsay Jensen, Board Chair of the Young Nonprofit Professionals Network of Boston.
Come join in the conversation and enjoy light refreshments while networking with other nonprofit professionals throughout the Metro Boston area. Don’t forget to come equipped with business cards to share and to enter to win Amazon.com gift cards! We encourage you to forward this email and extend this invitation to your network.
Where: Wheelock College, 150 Riverway, Boston, MA 02215. Campus Center, Room 103. Convenient to the Green Line D train Fenway stop.
Click the following link to RSVP:
A Conversation Across Generations: The Changing Nonprofit Landscape
Nonprofit organizations and higher education institutions are among the largest employers in Massachusetts, employing 14 percent of the total workforce. Yet trends predict a shortage of qualified leadership in the coming years. More than half of Executive Directors in the U.S., and more than a few board members, will be leaving their jobs within the next fiver years. This challenge will offer significant opportunities to aspiring nonprofit and social sector leaders. The nonprofit world is on the precedence of major changes in its leadership and management structures. To successfully navigate the changing nonprofit landscape, nonprofits need to acknowledge and discuss the implications of the generational and demographic shifts impacting the workforce.
For more information please contact:
Irwin Nesoff, DSW
Associate Professor, Chairperson
Department of Leadership and Policy
inesoff at wheelock.edu<mailto:inesoff at wheelock.edu>
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