The East Texas Center for Nonprofits in Tyler will offer Coffee with Consultants coaching sessions for nonprofit leaders beginning this month. These small group sessions, led by professional consultants, provide deeper work on key areas of managing a nonprofit. Each group will meet once a month for four months and is limited to 12 participants. In addition, each participant may have individualized phone consultations with the session leader between sessions if needed.
For each series of four sessions participants will pay $149.
This year's sessions will include CULTURE BY DESIGN, presented by Brian Brandt and Ashley Kutach from Coreinsights, THE OPPORTUNITY COST, presented by Peggy Berry of Peggy Berry Consulting, and FUNDRAISING FUNDAMENTALS, presented by Marilyn Abegg of Abegg Willis & Associates.
About United Way of Smith County
United Way of Smith County improves the lives of Smith County residents by supporting programs that address the most critical needs in our community. United Way is focused on education programs that will reduce the dropout rate and strengthen our local employee base; assisting families to become financially stable through employment, affordable housing and financial literacy; promoting healthy choices and healthy lifestyles; and supporting crisis intervention for our most vulnerable residents and their families. For more information about our local United Way and how you can get involved, visit our website at www.unitedwaysmithcounty.org.
East Texas Center for Nonprofits
The East Texas Center for Nonprofits is a program of United Way of Smith County. The Center provides nonprofit management training and consulting services with the goal of helping East Texas nonprofits become more effective and efficient in serving clients. The East Texas Center for Nonprofits infuses nonprofits with ideas and resources to produce engaged boards, skilled staff, and focused volunteers. Learn more at www.easttexasnonprofit.org