DNA Announces 2014 Nonprofit Leadership Academy
April 2, 2014 (Greenville, SC) – DNA Creative Communications (DNA), in partnership with Hollingsworth Funds, the Community Foundation of Greenville and United Way of Greenville County, announces the launch of its 2014 Shine the Light Leadership Academy.
“This year’s Shine the Light series focuses on leadership and is designed exclusively for executive directors and board leaders,” said Debbie Nelson, President of DNA and founder of STL. “Those who attend all four forums will be a part of our inaugural Leadership Academy class.”
Sessions will feature keynote addresses by thought leaders from outside our area, as well as local panels and presenters who will share Greenville’s success stories. This year’s STL focus is on the four key elements of nonprofit leadership:
• Creating a Strong Organizational Culture (May 21) featuring Pratichi Shah, founder and CEO of Flourish Talent Management Solutions
• Developing and Engaging a High Performing Board (July 16)
• Expanding Leadership Beyond Your Walls (September 17)
• Leading for Sustainability (November 19)
All sessions will be held at the Kroc Center in Greenville from 8 a.m. – 12 p.m. Early bird pricing for the series ends April 25. Those who register before May 2 will receive a special invitation to the Funder Networking Reception at the Kilgore-Lewis House on the evening of May 5.
For more information on Shine the Light or to register for the series, visit www.NonprofitForums.org or call Katie Ward at (864)235-0959 ext. 0.
Shine the Light Nonprofit Forums:
Shine the Light Nonprofit Forums is an annual series of educational workshops presented by DNA Creative Communications in Greenville, SC. These comprehensive seminars in nonprofit management include fundraising help, strategic planning, branding exercises and leadership development. Each session is designed exclusively for nonprofit professionals, executive directors and board members to provide insight and training in operating a successful nonprofit organization. Since its launch in 2010, more than 1,000 participants and 350 nonprofit organizations have attended a Shine the Light Nonprofit Forum.