What learning and skills-building needs do you see for yourself and your organization?
How can we help each other continue to navigate these turbulent times?
Join Michael Layton and Leslie Starsoneck for a conversation about where we are now. Together, we’ll explore our work and share experiences and observations about how 2021 is treating the nonprofit sector.
Price: Free! Deadline to Register: May 12
Michael D. Layton, Ph.D., is the W.K. Kellogg Community Philanthropy Chair at the Johnson Center for Philanthropy. Michael brings a wealth of experience to this role, including his work as a researcher, teacher, director, advocate, and consultant. He has worked closely with a mix of community philanthropy organizations throughout the Americas, and brings to his position a nuanced understanding the unique challenges and capacities of community philanthropy to act as a catalyst in promoting community-led development and in strengthening the local context for philanthropy. Learn more about Michael.
Leslie Starsoneck, M.S.W., is the director of Learning Services at the Johnson Center for Philanthropy. In this role, she oversees the center’s educational and professional development offerings for foundation and nonprofit practitioners. Previously, Leslie provided consulting services to a wide variety of nonprofits, foundations, and for government agencies focusing on the assessment and enhancement of organizational and system strengths. Learn more about Leslie.