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Networking For Nonprofits – How to Expand your Visibility and Fundraising Capacity
Nonprofit Net is pleased to announce that its May 17 seminar will focus on how nonprofit board and staff members can improve their networking skills to benefit their organizations. The seminar will be led by Mary Jo Bohart and Peter Noonan and will include a presentation, time for questions and answers, and a networking session that will allow participants to get to know other people in the nonprofit sector. Coffee and refreshments will be served.
Mary Jo Bohart, Executive Director of the Lexington Chamber of Commerce, is an urban planner by training and came to the chamber after working as the Economic Development Officer for the town of Lexington during 2002-2003. She previously worked for the city of Somerville. She has expertise in urban renewal, downtown revitalization, grant writing, small business loan programs, façade renovation programs, and brownfields redevelopment projects. She has a B.S. in City & Regional Planning from California Polytechnic State University, San Luis Obispo, CA.
Peter Noonan is Executive Director of Supportive Living, Inc., in Lexington, which provides residential and support services for survivors of brain injury. With a significant sales and marketing background in private industry sales and marketing positions, Peter came to the Executive Director position after serving on the organization’s capital campaign committee and then board of directors. His education includes bachelor’s and master’s degrees in business from St. Michaels College and he has taught courses in marketing and finance.
|Where||Cary Memorial Library 1874 Massachusetts Ave, Lexington, MA 02420 (Large meeting room)|
|Next on||This event is over.|
|Time||1:30 pm–3:30 pm|
|Who to bring||Everyone|
More About Cary Memorial Library
Cary Memorial Library was renovated and expanded, reopening in April 2004, with a larger children's room, more public service spaces, enhanced meeting rooms and technological advances. There is a meeting room that seats 125 people, and numerous quiet study areas available. The library also offers a children's room, young adult collection, adult fiction and non-fiction collections, reference materials and a range of audiovisual material.
Other events here
- LexFUN! Kindergarten Panel Wed, May 29, 7:00 pm–8:30 pm
- The Dream Realized: Lexington Author Meikle Paschal Shares His Personal Journey Thu, May 30, 7:00 pm