Date(s) - 06/17/2020
10:00 am - 12:00 pm
With galas and events canceled or moved online, fear of donor bases shrinking, and concerns about maintaining operations, many nonprofits are struggling to plan for the future. Communication and development are more important than ever, but it can be paralyzing to think of reaching out to your base during these uncertain times. With their combined experiences, CL Tian and Barry Horwitz will go over how your nonprofit can adjust your messaging and strategy to come out stronger in the face of these challenges.
Join us as CL and Barry talk about the challenges nonprofits are facing and provide insight and tactics to help your organization succeed.
On June 17, Tech Networks of Boston (TNB) will host a free virtual Nonprofit Roundtable session with CL Tian and Barry Horwitz to discuss effective strategies to improve your communication and development plans.
About CL: CL Tian is the Founder of PINKOA, a strategy-focused marketing and technology consulting firm located in Boston. Her firm specializes in creating and implementing holistic digital-focused strategy and services (design, website development, digital marketing) for local companies and organizations. She has been involved in work with the Japan Society of Boston and the Watertown Community Foundation. CL is the President of the Boston Chapter of ACE NextGen, a nonprofit focused on promoting the interests of Asian and Pacific Islander entrepreneurs and is a Mastermind Advisor at the Babson WIN Lab, a leading accelerator focused on female founders. She graduated from Wellesley College and speaks Mandarin, Japanese, and Korean.
About Barry: Barry Horwitz established Horwitz and Company in 1995, a management consulting firm that specializes in helping clients grow in a strategic and sustainable way. His career has been exceptionally diverse and varied, spanning a broad range of industries, organization types and sizes, both domestic and international. Barry has brought a business perspective to mission-based nonprofits through his probono work with Harvard Business School’s Community Action Partners (CAP) program and with his firm’s clients. A sought after speaker and moderator, Barry teaches strategy and entrepreneurship at Boston University’s Questrom School of Business. He earned his MBA from Harvard Business School and his BA in Economics from Colby College.
This webinar is ideal for anyone who finds themselves struggling to create an effective communication and development strategy when most organizations are challenged by sustaining operations, canceling galas, and maintaining their donor base.
Please apply by using the link below. Applicants will be notified of acceptance within two business days.