• June 16, 2021
    • 8:00 AM - 12:00 PM (EDT)
    • Virtual
    • June 25, 2021
    • 11:00 AM - 1:00 PM (EDT)
    • Zoom Meeting
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    • June 29, 2021
    • 9:30 AM - 11:30 AM (EDT)
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    NPW seeks your input!
    At NPW's Racial Equity Forum on February 23
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    , participants identified four focus areas (detailed below) to advance racial equity in the nonprofit sector.  Our next step is to examine these focus areas and develop recommendations designed to advance meaningful change in the nonprofit sector.  
    Please join us.
    The format will include facilitated small discussion groups.

    Led by: Dr. Alexandria Connally

     CEO and Founder of Culturally Responsive Environments and Discipline 
    Read Dr. Connally’s Bio HERE.
    Watch the recording of the February 23rd Racial Equity Forum Here.


    Identified Focus Areas  

    Board Governance and Nonprofit Boards of Directors 

    Nonprofit board members are charged with adopting sound, ethical, and legal governance and financial management policies, a with hiring and setting the compensation of the CEO/executive director, cultivating new board members and making decisions about who is eligible to join the board. Nonprofit boards remain largely white, with tremendous decision-making power that too often lacks the benefits of diverse perspectives and experiences.  How do we promote racial diversity and inclusion on nonprofit boards and through nonprofit board governance? 

    Beyond Diversity to Inclusion 

    Diversity focuses on the makeup of your workforce or board — demographics such as gender identity and race/ethnicity to name a few.  Inclusion is a measure of culture that enables diversity to thrive - the behaviors and social norms that ensure people feel welcome, and are, in fact, heard and a valued part of the organization.  How do we move beyond diversity to inclusion? 

    Capacity Building, Government and Foundation Funding 

    There is a growing awareness on the negative impacts of systemic racism and implicit and explicit bias on access to funding, opportunity and agency capacity building of Black and Brown run nonprofits.  How do we change this and fortify such agencies that often best understand the communities that they serve?  

    Supporting People of Color to Lead 

    Our goal is to play a part in creating a nonprofit sector where people of color have the support and connections they need to achieve equitable outcomes, to advance to and feel supporting in leadership positions. How do we support people of color to lead? 

    Nonprofit Leadership and Racial Equity  

    Background 

    On Tuesday, February 23, 2021, more than 125 people attended a NPW forum designed to examine Nonprofit Leadership and Racial Equity.  The forum included a presentation on the findings of the 2019 study of the Building Movement Project: Race to Lead Revisited. Through this study, over 5,000 nonprofit staff members reported on their experiences involving race and leadership in nonprofit settings, and it is clear: The nonprofit sector has a racial leadership gap.   Read more  Race to lead revisited: Obstacles and Opportunities in Addressing the Nonprofit Racial Leadership Gap 
     

    Leaders of Color in the Nonprofit Sector 

    The forum also included a distinguished panel of leaders of color who brought further truth to Race to Lead Revisited as they discussed their lived experiences confronting bias and racism in the nonprofit sector.  

    Watch the Forum HERE 

    Community Input  

    The forum included facilitated discussions for participants to share their perspectives and inform further action to advance racial equity in the nonprofit sector. The following were identified as focus areas:   

    • Board Governance and Nonprofit Boards of Directors  
    • Beyond Diversity to Inclusion 
    • Capacity Building, Government and Foundation Funding – trust base, bottom up 
    • Supporting People of Color to Lead  
    • June 30, 2021
    • 12:00 PM - 1:30 PM (EDT)
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    Pace Women’s Justice Center
    Creating a Supportive Workplace for People Impacted by Domestic Violence
    Summer Lunch & Learn Series

    Violence and abuse do not discriminate by race, ethnicity or economic means; anyone can become a victim of abuse. As we emerge from the pandemic and return to congregate office settings, the need to advance an organizational culture that promotes an understanding of domestic violence and employee safety may be more important now than ever before. Please join us as we learn from the experts at Pace Women's Justice Center about the building blocks needed to create a workplace environment that supports employees who may be dealing with abuse.

    Key Take-Aways

    • Resources that every nonprofit and business should have available and include in their employee handbook
    • How to support and speak to a co-worker or friend you are concerned about
    • How to access legal services and other related assistance

    About Pace Women’s Justice Center

    Pace Women’s Justice Center (PWJC) provides free legal services to victims and survivors of domestic violence, sexual assault, and elder abuse. A nonprofit legal center serving Westchester and Putnam Counties, PWJC helps individuals navigate the legal system and obtain services related to divorce, custody, support, financial exploitation, public benefits, and housing. Through outreach events and training programs we raise awareness, educate the community, and train judges, police officers, attorneys, and social service providers on best practices when working with victims of abuse. https://law.pace.edu/wjc

    Presenters:

    Cindy J. Kanusher, Esq., Executive Director

    Cindy Kanusher has focused her career on domestic violence and legal services for the underrepresented. Twenty-three years ago, she joined PWJC, a legal services provider for victims of domestic violence, sexual assault and elder abuse, serving Westchester and Putnam Counties. 

    During her tenure, PWJC has grown into a highly respected, multi-faceted legal services and training center serving over 3500 victims and survivors of interpersonal violence annually. After becoming Executive Director in 2015, she identified a need for a flexible legal service model for victims of domestic violence, sexual assault, and elder abuse. In response, she developed a walk-in clinic concept to provide free, bilingual legal services in a safe and accessible location; the new clinic and office space was inaugurated in June 2018. Since its opening, the clinic has been serving 70-80 victims of abuse monthly, increasing services by 20%. Prior to becoming Executive Director, Cindy was responsible for oversight of PWJC's Legal Helpline, Moderate Means Panel of lawyers, Elder Justice Unit, and PWJC’s rural sexual assault and domestic violence training programs, through which she has trained lawyers, judges, advocates, and law enforcement agents. 

    Before PWJC, she worked as an Assistant District Attorney in the N.Y. County District Attorney's office for 10 years, specializing in the prosecution of child abuse, sexual assault and domestic violence cases. She is a graduate of Brandeis University and received her Law Degree from Brooklyn Law School. Cindy has strong relationships with partner agencies and community members at large, serving on various boards and councils. She was appointed to serve on Westchester County’s Women’s Advisory Board in 2018, is on the Board of the Westchester Women's Agenda, and serves on the Westchester County Domestic Violence Council, Westchester County Anti-trafficking Task Force, and Westchester County Families Task Force.

    Susan Carroll, Esq., Director, Training, Outreach and Education. Pace Women’s Justice Center

    Susan Carroll has worked at PWJC since 2007 and has been Director of Training, Outreach and Education since 2015. Through outreach and training programs, Carroll raises awareness, shares information, and trains judges police officers, attorneys, social service providers, law students, and the community on domestic violence, sexual assault, including issues involving campus sexual assault, and elder abuse issues, reaching over 12,000 individuals across Westchester and New York State each year. Ms. Carroll is a certified police trainer and regularly trains at the Westchester County Police Academy developing training materials, curriculum and collaborative presentations to Westchester Police Agencies as well as across New York State pursuant to a statewide rural sexual assault and training violence program.

    Ms. Carroll also supervises PWJC’s Elder Justice Training Program. Ms. Carroll was the project coordinator of an Abuse in Later Life grant which created training, enhanced services and a collaborative community response to elder abuse. Ms. Carroll is the training coordinator and attorney liaison for sexual assault victims and domestic violence victims in a grant involving several colleges in Westchester County. During her tenure at PWJC, Ms. Carroll has also represented petitioners in Family Court in Yonkers and White Plains in the Family Court Legal Program, supervised volunteers in PWJC’s free Legal Helpline and represented domestic violence clients in PWJC’s Family Justice Unit. Before joining PWJC, Ms. Carroll worked with the Bronx District Attorney's office for 10 years handling a wide mix of felonies including homicides, assaults, sexual assault cases, and other cases, including domestic violence related offenses. Ms. Carroll is a graduate of Boston College and Boston College Law School.

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    NPW fosters awareness about the critical services uniquely provided by Westchester’s nonprofit agencies. These resources benefit the clients, customers and employees of other nonprofits, the business community, government and other sectors, our communities, friends and neighbors. Learn more at NPW’s Summer Lunch and Learn Series. These sessions will be interactive with plenty of opportunity for questions and answers. Registration will be limited to 30 participants. Information on presenters, highlighted topics and key take-aways will be provided.

    • July 06, 2021
    • 9:00 AM - 10:00 AM (EDT)
    • Zoom

    Nonprofit Westchester is an official partner of the Green Business Partnership! GBP is a mission-driven nonprofit membership organization whose mission is to engage, educate and empower organizational leaders and staff to accelerate sustainable business. Nearly 40% of GBP members are nonprofits!  Join us to learn about the GBP program and why your nonprofit organization should consider green business certification.

    Registration is required. After registering, you will receive a confirmation email containing information about joining the meeting.

    REGISTER FOR GREEN BUSINSS PARTNERSHIPINFO SESSION HERE 

    MORE INFORMATION


    • July 14, 2021
    • 12:00 PM - 1:30 PM (EDT)
    • Zoom Meeting
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    The LOFT LGBTQ+ Community Center
     Creating an Inclusive Workplace for Trans & Non-Binary Communities

    Summer Lunch & Learn Series

    Ensuring diversity in the workplace is regularly a top priority for non-profit leaders, but we all know that diversity doesn't stop at the hiring stage. Join for a discussion on building an inclusive workplace for transgender, gender non-conforming, and non-binary community members, from the policy level to workplace culture. Whether you are an advocate for LGBTQ+ communities, or an aspiring ally you're welcome to join and learn more about building a workplace that allows all team members to thrive as their full selves.

    Key Take-Aways

    • Deepen understanding of transgender, gender non-conforming, and non-binary (TGNCNB) identity/complexity of language
    • Discuss the intersectionality of identity TGNCNB communities live within, and apply this knowledge to broaden the conversation of inclusionary practice within the workplace
    • Name, recognize, and practice methods of being an actionable ally to TGNCNB community members
    • Discuss barriers to TGNCNB inclusion within workplace culture and address methods of breaking down these barriers to make sustainable change
    • Review current employment law and best practices for TGNCNB workplace inclusion

    About The LOFT

    The LOFT LGBTQ+ Community Center serves LGBTQ+ and allied adults ages 18 and older throughout the lower Hudson Valley region of NY. The LOFT LGBTQ+ Community Center is a welcoming and safe space for the LGBTQ+ community and supporters. Their doors are open and there is something going on nearly every day of the week including support groups, social groups & activities, assistance & advocacy, health and wellness, education and training.

    Kira Lingala (she/her/hers)

    Kira Lingala (she/her/hers) began participating in groups at The LOFT in 2019 and joined the team in May 2020 as a Peer Navigator for The LOFT’s PROUDWST Me program. Prior to that, Kira graduated from Northwestern University’s Medill School of Journalism, where she concentrated in Political Science and African-American studies. While in school, Kira investigated wrongful convictions as an intern for the Invisible Institute before going on to write and edit for New America’s weekly newsletter as an intern.

    Kira is passionate about prison abolition, LGBTQ+ rights, and destigmatizing mental health. She writes creatively, reads science fiction and philosophy, avidly follows film, practices yoga, and escapes to nature anytime she needs a break.

    Robyn Schlesinger (she/her/hers)

    Robyn Schlesinger (she/her/hers) is an attorney who works extensively with the LGBTQIA+ community, as well as nonprofit organizations and institutions of higher education. She is an active Loft volunteer, working with TGNCNB individuals on their employment searches and doing training for employers, educators and organizations.

    Based in White Plains, NY, Robyn is a member of Westchester County’s LGBTQ Advisory Board and its Police Reform Task Force. She is a doctoral candidate in the education program at Manhattanville College, and a graduate of Harvard College and the University of California, Berkeley School of Law.

    Shepard Verbas (they/them/theirs)

    Shepard Verbas (they/them/theirs) is the Director of Programs and Services at The LOFT LGBTQ+ Community Center serving LGBTQ+ community and allies, ages 18 and older throughout the lower Hudson Valley. Shepard oversees the center's 50+ programming designed to engage and empower the LGBTQ+ community, and has been a part of the staff at The LOFT since 2015. They are dedicated to heightening visibility for trans, gender non-conforming, and non-binary (TGNCNB) communities in every facet of their work. In addition to their role at The LOFT they also co-facilitate CANDLE Rockland's Trans Youth Group for TGNCNB youth ages 12-18. Shepard has been dedicated to furthering the LGBTQ+ movement since 2014 through their involvement with several LGBTQ+ organizations, and has spoken at over 100 trainings and panels addressing issues impacting the LGBTQ+ community.

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    NPW fosters awareness about the critical services uniquely provided by Westchester’s nonprofit agencies. These resources benefit the clients, customers and employees of other nonprofits, the business community, government and other sectors, our communities, friends and neighbors. Learn more at NPW’s Summer Lunch and Learn Series. These sessions will be interactive with plenty of opportunity for questions and answers. Registration will be limited to 30 participants. Information on presenters, highlighted topics and key take-aways will be provided.

    • July 15, 2021
    • 9:00 AM - 10:00 AM (EDT)
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    Topic: NPW Public Policy Committee Meeting

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    • August 11, 2021
    • 9:00 AM - 10:00 AM (EDT)
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    • August 18, 2021
    • 12:00 PM - 1:30 PM (EDT)
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    Cancer Support Team

    Summer Lunch & Learn Series

    Cancer Support Team provides comprehensive supportive services to cancer patients and their families. Staff members are well-trained, compassionate professionals with many years of experience working in hospitals, home care, and hospice programs. Their team is uniquely qualified to care for individuals with cancer, as well as to provide information and support to loved ones involved in their care, at any stage of the cancer diagnosis. All services are available in English and Spanish.

    Sponsored by:

    NPW fosters awareness about the critical services uniquely provided by Westchester’s nonprofit agencies. These resources benefit the clients, customers and employees of other nonprofits, the business community, government and other sectors, our communities, friends and neighbors. Learn more at NPW’s Summer Lunch and Learn Series. These sessions will be interactive with plenty of opportunity for questions and answers. Registration will be limited to 30 participants. Information on presenters, highlighted topics and key take-aways will be provided.

    • September 16, 2021
    • 9:00 AM - 10:00 AM (EDT)
    • Zoom Meeting
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    Topic: NPW Public Policy Committee Meeting

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    • September 17, 2021
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    • November 05, 2021
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    • November 18, 2021
    • 9:00 AM - 10:00 AM (EST)
    • Zoom Meeting
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    Topic: NPW Public Policy Committee Meeting

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    • December 08, 2021
    • 5:00 PM - 6:00 PM (EST)
    • TBD


June 10, 2021 Re-emerge and Reimagine Virtual Networking
June 08, 2021 Affordable Housing in Westchester and its Toll on the Nonprofit Sector
June 08, 2021 Compassionate Leadership
June 07, 2021 Affordable Housing in Westchester and its Toll on the Nonprofit Sector
June 03, 2021 Today’s Cybersecurity Landscape – Protecting Your Nonprofit
May 20, 2021 Addressing Trauma and Vicarious Trauma
May 20, 2021 Public Policy Committee Meeting
May 14, 2021 NPW Disabilities Roundtable
May 13, 2021 Top Ten Legal Issues for Nonprofits
April 29, 2021 Nonprofit Forum with District Attorney Mimi Rocah
April 22, 2021 Planned Giving: Engaging Your Donors to Make a Lasting Impact
April 16, 2021 Nonprofit Budget Forum with NY State Senate Majority Leader Andrea Stewart-Cousins
April 15, 2021 Developing Your Nonprofit Remote Work Policy
April 08, 2021 Moving Forward: Policies, Practices and Requirements that Promote Physical and Emotional Safety in the Workplace
March 25, 2021 Small Group Technology Workshop for Agencies with 4 or More Employees & Large Organizations
March 24, 2021 Small Group Technology Workshop for Agencies with 8 or Fewer Employees
March 18, 2021 Public Policy Committee Meeting
March 18, 2021 The Importance of Good Financial Reporting: Practices that Strengthen Your Nonprofit
March 10, 2021 Building a Solid Fundraising Infrastructure
February 26, 2021 An Open Conversation with US Senate Majority Leader Chuck Schumer
February 23, 2021 Nonprofit Leadership and Racial Equity: Report from the Building Movement Project/Race to Lead Survey and Panel Discussion
February 19, 2021 Fiscal Year 2022 NY State Budget Analysis with Citizens Budget Commission and Nonprofit Advocacy Forum
February 18, 2021 Canceled: Public Policy Committee Meeting- Please register for 2/19 event
February 09, 2021 Good Governance: The Positive Board-Staff Partnership
January 29, 2021 Guidance on the Current Round of PPP Funding for Nonprofits with PKF O’Connor Davies
January 26, 2021 The ABCs of PEOs
January 21, 2021 The Nonprofit Workplace: Strategies for Success in a Hybrid Environment
January 21, 2021 Public Policy Committee Meeting
January 12, 2021 Strategic Planning: Why Now & How?
January 07, 2021 Virtual Nonprofit Town Hall with NY State Senate and Assembly Elected Officials
December 17, 2020 Housing Subcommittee Meeting
December 09, 2020 Westchester Town Hall Series: An Open Conversation on Environmental Issues
December 03, 2020 Keep Westchester Thriving Awards & Annual Meeting
December 01, 2020 Strategic Partnerships in the COVID-19 Era: The Nonprofit Landscape
November 30, 2020 Westchester County's Eviction Prevention Initiatives with Commissioner Norma Drummond
November 19, 2020 Cancelled: Housing Subcommittee Meeting
November 19, 2020 Preparing During Uncertainty: Nonprofit scenario planning in the age of COVID-19
November 12, 2020 Public Policy Committee Meeting
October 29, 2020 Institutionalizing Resiliency: How to use your COVID-19 experiences to strengthen your emergency and continuity plans
October 22, 2020 Public Policy Committee Meeting
October 21, 2020 Forum with Westchester County Executive George Latimer
October 15, 2020 Recognizing and Supporting Employees Experiencing Domestic Violence
October 14, 2020 An Overview of the PPP Forgiveness Process
October 08, 2020 County Budget Forum with The Westchester County Board of Legislators
September 24, 2020 Westchester County Business FIRST Grant Workshop
September 24, 2020 Westchester County Business FIRST Grant Workshop
September 24, 2020 Nonprofit Board Governance
September 23, 2020 Westchester County Business FIRST Grant Workshop
September 23, 2020 Westchester County Business FIRST Grant Workshop
September 17, 2020 Housing Subcommittee Meeting
September 16, 2020 Risk Management
August 20, 2020 Housing Subcommittee Meeting
August 19, 2020 Networking! Keeping It Small and Personal
August 18, 2020 Networking! Keeping It Small and Personal
August 18, 2020 Cybersecurity Training
August 17, 2020 Networking! Keeping It Small and Personal
August 11, 2020 Advocacy and Lobbying for NY Nonprofits – Yes, You Can!
August 06, 2020 Public Policy Committee Meeting
July 30, 2020 Racial Equity – It’s a Matter of Life or Death
July 23, 2020 Housing Subcommittee Meeting
July 23, 2020 Public Policy Committee Meeting
July 16, 2020 Three Things Nonprofits Should Prioritize in the Wake of COVID-19
July 09, 2020 Creative Employee Benefits Strategies
June 25, 2020 Reopening Workshop: Reviewing, Establishing, and Implementing your Plan
June 22, 2020 Reopening Workshop: Reviewing, Establishing, and Implementing your Plan
June 18, 2020 Housing Subcommittee Meeting
June 18, 2020 Public Policy Committee Meeting
June 16, 2020 Reopening Workshop: Reviewing, Establishing, and Implementing your Plan
June 12, 2020 Reopening Workshop: Reviewing, Establishing, and Implementing your Plan
June 10, 2020 Reopening Workshop: Reviewing, Establishing, and Implementing your Plan
June 10, 2020 POSTPONED: Preparing for County Budget 101
June 08, 2020 Nonprofit Westchester Candidate Forum for the 17th Congressional District Democratic Primary
June 04, 2020 Mental Health Matters
June 02, 2020 POSTPONED: Breaking Down Barriers & Building Bridges
June 01, 2020 Legislative Update with Westchester Delegation Leader in the New York State Assembly, Assemblyman Gary Pretlow and Assemblyman David Buchwald
May 21, 2020 POSTPONED: Housing Subcommittee Meeting
May 21, 2020 The Nuts and Bolts of Returning to the Workplace
May 20, 2020 Westchester County Update For Westchester’s Nonprofit Sector With County Executive George Latimer
May 15, 2020 Public Policy Committee Meeting
May 14, 2020 POSTPONED: Advocacy and Lobbying - Yes You Can!
May 11, 2020 Update with NY State Senate Majority Leader Andrea Stewart-Cousins and NY State Senator Shelley Mayer
May 05, 2020 POSTPONED: Mental Health First Aid: Targeted to CEOs, VPs, Managing Partners & Senior Level Staff
April 17, 2020 NPW Webinar: Advocacy and Action by Westchester's Nonprofit Organizations Amid Coronavirus
April 16, 2020 Cancelled: Housing Subcommittee Meeting
April 16, 2020 Cancelled: Public Policy Committee Meeting
April 15, 2020 POSTPONED: Data-Driven Marketing
April 14, 2020 POSTPONED: NPW ​17th Congressional District Candidate Forum
April 07, 2020 POSTPONED: Risk Management: Creating a Risk Aware Culture
March 26, 2020 POSTPONED: PEOs: Can They Benefit Your Small to Mid-Size Organization?
March 18, 2020 POSTPONED: New York State Mandated Sexual Harassment Prevention Training
March 11, 2020 POSTPONED: Strategic Event Audit Workshop
February 27, 2020 NPW Happy Hour & Networking Event
February 21, 2020 SOLD OUT - WAITLIST ONLY: NPW & WWA Legislative Breakfast with NY State, Westchester Delegation, Senate and Assembly Members
February 19, 2020 Public Policy Committee Meeting
January 28, 2020 Top 5 Topics to Promote a Healthy Nonprofit Work Environment
December 03, 2019 Keep Westchester Thriving Awards & End of Year Celebration
October 24, 2019 Domestic Violence in the Workplace
October 22, 2019 Breakfast with County Executive George Latimer
October 11, 2019 County Budget 101
September 26, 2019 Legislative Breakfast with the Westchester County Board of Legislators
September 20, 2019 2020 Census - Why it Matters to Westchester
September 16, 2019 Sexual Harassment Prevention Training Workshop
August 06, 2019 Sexual Harassment Prevention Training Workshop
July 18, 2019 Breakfast with NYS Assemblyman David Buchwald
July 16, 2019 Sexual Harassment Prevention Training Workshop
July 10, 2019 Sexual Harassment Prevention Training Workshop
June 26, 2019 Cultivating Organizational Diversity | Learning From Legal Services of the Hudson Valley’s Journey
June 19, 2019 Sexual Harassment Prevention Training Workshop
June 14, 2019 Sharing Impact and Strengthening Community through Storytelling - Marketing Affinity Group
June 04, 2019 Sexual Harassment Prevention Training Workshop
May 21, 2019 Sexual Harassment Prevention Training Workshop
May 08, 2019 Sexual Harassment Prevention Training Workshop
April 16, 2019 Sexual Harassment Prevention Training Workshop
April 12, 2019 Sexual Harassment Prevention Training Workshop
April 03, 2019 POSTPONED: Marketing Affinity Group Meeting: How To Make The Most Of Google Ad Words
April 02, 2019 Collaborating with Your Employees to Find Solutions for a Healthy Work/Life Balance
March 28, 2019 Sexual Harassment Prevention Training Workshop
March 19, 2019 Sexual Harassment Training Prevention Workshop
February 05, 2019 IT Security For The Non-Techie: What You MUST Know To Protect Your Organization's Information & Reputation
February 01, 2019 Annual Reports: Marketing Affinity Group
January 18, 2019 DC Update with Congresswoman Nita Lowey
December 18, 2018 Small & Mighty Affinity Group Roundtable Discussion
December 14, 2018 The Time is Now: Implementing The New FASB Requirements
November 08, 2018 Recruitment: How To Find And Hire Good People
November 05, 2018 Keep Westchester Thriving Awards & Annual Meeting
October 16, 2018 CEO & Executive Director Happy Hour
October 12, 2018 Using Video To Build Support For Your Organization
September 28, 2018 Fulfilling The New Sexual Harassment Prevention Requirements: Human Resources Affinity Group
July 24, 2018 Total Rewards Compensation: Joint Human Resources and Finance Affinity Group
July 19, 2018 Nonprofits Power The Vote 2018 Workshop
June 15, 2018 Tips for Better Nonprofit Photos: Marketing Affinity Group
June 12, 2018 Brand Management
May 15, 2018 Fundamentals of Financial Management for Nonprofit Managers
May 11, 2018 How to Use PowerPoint for Presentations with Impact
April 25, 2018 Successful Grant Collaborations
April 24, 2018 Asset and Portfolio Management: Finance Affinity Group
April 17, 2018 Leadership Roundtable: CEO & ED Affinity Group
April 12, 2018 Applied Digital Graphic Design Featuring Adobe Creative Cloud
April 11, 2018 College Interns For Westchester Nonprofits: A Panel Presentation To The Human Resources Affinity Group
April 10, 2018 Breakfast with County Executive George Latimer
March 01, 2018 Essentials of Digital Media & Design
February 14, 2018 Diversity In Nonprofit Leadership: CEO & ED Affinity Group
February 09, 2018 Strong Nonprofits For A Better New York
February 08, 2018 Social Media Essentials for Nonprofits
February 06, 2018 Tax Reform - What Nonprofits Need To Know
February 02, 2018 Winter is Here: How the Federal and NYS Budgets Impact a Thriving Westchester
January 31, 2018 Health Insurance: Fewer Choices, Higher Prices, and What We Can Do About It: Human Resources & Finance Affinity Group
January 30, 2018 How To Run Productive and Inspiring Meetings
January 26, 2018 Effective Volunteer Management For Small & Mighty Organizations
December 05, 2017 Practical Tips For Implementing New York Paid Family Leave Insurance: Human Resources Affinity Group
December 04, 2017 NPW Year End Celebration & Annual Meeting
December 01, 2017 Let's Get Social, Creating More Engagement: Marketing Affinity Group
November 16, 2017 Happy Hour: CEO/Executive Director Affinity Group
November 07, 2017 Cybersecurity - A Business Threat That Can't Be Ignored: Finance Affinity Group
October 27, 2017 POSTPONED: On-Site Legal Assistance for Your Nonprofit: A New Initiative of Pro Bono Partnership
October 24, 2017 County Executive Candidate Forum
October 17, 2017 CANCELLED - Cocktail Reception to Meet the Candidates for Westchester County Board of Legislators
October 10, 2017 Paid Family Leave: Are You Ready? A Joint HR/Finance Affinity Group Meeting
September 29, 2017 The Ins and Outs of Public Relations: Marketing Affinity Group
September 12, 2017 CEO/ED Affinity Group: Don't Be Afraid of Embarking on Strategic Planning
July 25, 2017 Nonprofits Power The Vote Workshop
June 08, 2017 Process Mapping, Modeling & Analysis: A Two Day Seminar Presented In Partnership With Westchester Community College
June 07, 2017 Happy Hour with the HR & Finance Affinity Groups
May 24, 2017 CEO/Executive Director Happy Hour
May 12, 2017 Business Writing: A Seminar Presented In Partnership With Westchester Community College
April 21, 2017 Public Speaking: A Two Day Seminar In Partnership With Westchester Community College
April 18, 2017 Finance Affinity Group: Important Retirement Plan Design & Compliance Update
April 13, 2017 DC Update To Nonprofits With Congresswoman Nita Lowey
April 05, 2017 Small and Mighty Affinity Group: Nonprofit Partnerships and Collaborations
March 07, 2017 Human Resources Affinity Group: Reinventing Performance Reviews
March 03, 2017 Brand Management: A Two Day Seminar Presented In Partnership With Westchester Community College
February 14, 2017 CEO/Executive Director Affinity Group: Board & CEO Dynamics

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