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Best Practices of Leadership Transition during COVID-19

Event Date: 05.20.2021

Time: 2-3:30pm

Part of Mass Cultural Council’s Recover, Rebuild, Renew Series

NMBL offers a variety of extremely valuable practices, not the least of which is our Interim Leadership practice that assists nonprofits and small businesses during times of leadership transition. During COVID- 19 NMBL has assisted several groups through interim roles to smooth their transition process and as such has gained best practices through hands on experience. NMBL will take this experience and walk nonprofits through the best ways to handle this transition and position themselves for success.

In addition to the services listed above, NMBL will offer a one-hour individual consultation for all Mass Cultural Council nonprofits that are interested in discussing more specific areas of personal concern. Our belief is that between the general sessions and the personalized touch we can create the best possible outcome for the success of the Mass Cultural Council nonprofits.

This will be a 90-minute webinar plus coaching.

At the end of this session, participants will be able to gain unique and critical information on how to conduct leadership transitions during the global COVID-19 pandemic using best practices and real-world examples.

Firm: NMBL Strategies, Saint Louis, MO

Eric Moraczewski is a pragmatic, data driven CEO/CFO specializing in startups and turnarounds with for profits, nonprofits and public-private partnerships across 20+ countries and four continents. Eric used his background as a global consultant, CEO and CFO to found NMBL Strategies, LLC in 2019 after leading the Gateway Arch Park Foundation (Private Foundation responsible for providing $250 million of the $380 million project) through the largest Public-Private Partnership in National Park Service history. NMBL is designed to utilize Eric’s passion for startups and turnarounds combined with data analytics, finance and experience working with nonprofits, public- private partnerships and small businesses.

Dion Brown is an accomplished nonprofit leader. With a proven track record on defining visions, leading teams through strategic planning, conducting analysis of operations and building budgets that work. He prides himself on building teams and producing programming that will engage the community. He works with board members and staff to adopt culturally responsive strategies and navigate challenging situations. In February 2018, Brown became the President and Chief Operating Officer of the National Underground Railroad Freedom Center. In the first three months, Brown analyzed and completed the fiscal year operating budget, reducing annual expenses by $1M. As The spokesperson for the institution Dion engaged the community, current and new donors resulting in gigher visibility for the organization. These efforts led to contributions of over $1M in new donations. Dion built strong collaborative partnerships with several organizations including the YWCA, Jewish Federation, African American Chamber, Cincinnati Police Department and the LGBTQ community among others. These relationships helped to secure over $1M in new funding.

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Add to Calendar 05/20/2021 02:00 PM 05/20/2021 02:00 PM America/New_York Best Practices of Leadership Transition during COVID-19 Time: 2-3:30pm Part of Mass Cultural Council’s Recover, Rebuild, Renew Series NMBL offers a variety of extremely valuable practices, not the least of which is our Interim Leadership practice that assists nonprofits and small businesses during times of leadership transition. During COVID- 19 NMBL has assisted several groups through interim roles to ...

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