Greenville Health System to Sponsor Shine the Light Nonprofit Forums
Greenville, SC (May 8, 2014) – DNA Creative Communications (DNA), the Upstate’s leading marketing and public relations firm for nonprofits, would like to announce Greenville Health System (GHS) as a sponsor for the 2014 Shine the Light Nonprofit Forums.
“Greenville Health System plays a huge role in the Upstate community,” said Debbie Nelson, president of DNA and founder of Shine the Light. “We are grateful for not only their support with Shine the Light, but for all of the generosity and local help they provide.”
This year’s season is unique in that executive directors and board leaders are encouraged to attend all four sessions to be a part of the inaugural Leadership Academy class. Topics will focus on the critical elements for nonprofit leadership and feature keynote speakers from around the country as well as local panelists to share the Upstate’s success stories. All sessions will be held at the Kroc Center in Greenville from 8am – 12pm. Session dates for 2014 are May 21, July 16, September 9 and November 19.
We are bringing in nationally recognized speakers from across the country to share their expertise with Greenville nonprofit organizations. We will have Pratichi Shah from Washington, DC at the first session, Susan Meier, also from DC, at the second session, Sydney Rogers from Nashville, TN at the third session, and Kathy Hedge, DC, at the fourth session.
For more information about Shine the Light Nonprofit Forums and to register for the series, visit www.nonprofitforums.org or call (864) 235-0959. For more information on Greenville Health System visit http://www.ghs.org/ or call (877) GHS-INFO.
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.