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NPW IT Affinity Group Exploratory Meeting
February 15, 1:00 PM, Virtual
Nonprofit Westchester is exploring the creation of an Affinity Group for Information Technology (IT) staff. NPW Affinity Groups provide opportunities for staff members who share similar roles or similar areas of concern to connect with each other and learn with and from each other. Some of the topics that have already been suggested for the IT Affinity Group are: cyber-risk management, layering new technologies onto old, and assessing outsourcing opportunities.
Please join us for an initial conversation to decide:
Who: Any IT staff member or person finding themselves in an IT-connected role at their organization. NPW members only.
If you are interested in this group but cannot make it to this initial meeting, please contact Cora Greenberg to let her know of your interest.
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NPW will be hosting this event with Cornell University's Yang-Tan Institute on Employment and Disability and the Northeast ADA Center. The goal of the event is to support employment of people of people with disabilities in Westchester County.
For 60 years YTI has advanced knowledge, policies, and practice to support people with disabilities in workplaces, schools, and communities.
The goal of the Northeast ADA Center is to educate and empower the diverse range of ADA stakeholders throughout New York, New Jersey, Puerto Rico, and the US Virgin Islands to increase their knowledge of the ADA, to support our stakeholders to include people with disabilities in local communities, and to implement the ADA in their own lives, workplaces, businesses, and communities. Please see their toolkit which provides curated information and essential resources about how (and why!) small businesses and nonprofits can successfully hire and retain employees with disabilities.
The NPW Nonprofit Executive Directors/CEOs Roundtable
NPW Nonprofit Members Only
Through the participation in the roundtable, you will have a unique platform to connect with peers and share ideas, experience, and wisdom related to unique challenges and opportunities faced by nonprofit Executive Directors and CEOs.
At each meeting, an expert resource person/speaker will offer thought-provoking ideas and perspectives to spark our conversation on a critical topic. Table conversations will elicit the brilliance in the room and the shared strength of our peer network.
At the launch of NPW’s CEO and Executive Director’s Roundtable in July, four challenges were identified by participants:
All CEO/ED Roundtable Meetings will take place on Tuesdays, 9:00 - 10:30 AM
We’re looking forward to getting to know you better!
Ron Abad, CEO, Community Housing Innovations
Heath Bloch, CEO, ANDRUS
Jirandy Martinez, Executive Director, Community Resource Center
NPW Networking BreakfastApril 21st, 8:30 AM, Hudson Grille, White Plains
Please join NPW for a Networking Breakfast
Bring a Potential New NPW Nonprofit Member and Both of You Attend for Free*
April 21, 2023
8:30 – 10:00 AM
8:30 – 9:30 Breakfast, Connect and Network
9:30 – 10:00 AM Learn About the Benefits of NPW and What’s In Store for the Rest of 2023
Hudson Grille, 165 Mamaroneck Avenue, White Plains
$45 – Members $65 Nonmembers
PEOPLE AND PROCESS AFFINITY GROUP
This Affinity Group will help participants address challenges inherent in the “back office” functions of running a non-profit organization: Human Resources, Finance, IT and Operations. This Affinity Group is chaired by Joanne Dunn, Executive Director of Youth Shelter Program of Westchester and Chuck Newman, President and Managing Partner of Charles Newman Co., and facilitated by Cora Greenberg.
Who should attend: Open to organizations and businesses in these functional areas.
When: The People and Process Affinity Group will meet three times a year.
Cost: NPW Members: $30; Nonmembers $45
2023 Disabilities Roundtable Committee Schedule: Second Friday, quarterly (NPW Members Only), 11:00 AM to 12:00 PM, Kathleen Macias-Torres, Chair
NPW Disabilities Roundtable
The NPW Disabilities Roundtable was established in response to concerns expressed by member organizations related to common needs and opportunities as we began to emerge from COVID-19. The Disabilities Roundtable develops short-term and long-term strategies to advance and/or strengthen shared advocacy issues, and collaborates to support programming and initiatives that support access and opportunity for people with disabilities, across the spectrum of physical, intellectual, developmental and cognitive disabilities.
NPW Disabilities Roundtable Planning Committee
Audience/Participants: Executive Directors or appropriate staff members of organizations that serve people with disabilities in Westchester.
Small Nonprofits Affinity Group: This Affinity Group will help participants address the unique challenges and opportunities facing small nonprofit organizations. The Small Nonprofit Affinity Group is chaired by Tania Weiss, Executive Director of Cancer Support Team and facilitated by Cora Greenberg.
2023 Disabilities Roundtable Committee Schedule: SecondFriday, quarterly (NPW Members Only), 11:00 AM to 12:00 PM, Kathleen Macias-Torres, Chair
Laurel Molloy helps organizations increase their impact by clarifying their intended outcomes and the steps to achieve, measure, and learn from them. Since founding the training and consulting firm, Innovations Quantified (IQ), in 1999, she is proud to have partnered with hundreds of nonprofits and foundations throughout the US and internationally.
Known for her practical, client-centered approach, her mantra is it doesn’t have to be complicated to be effective. Whether working with a fledgling grassroots organization or an established international one, she strives to help each client develop practices that are both meaningful and manageable, and promote ongoing learning and growth.
Laurel holds an MPA in Nonprofit Management from NYU Wagner and a BA in Sociology and Women’s Studies from the College of the Holy Cross. She authored the widely-utilized instructional guidebook, Finally - Outcome Measurement Strategies Anyone Can Understand.
Meaningful & Manageable Outcome Measurement Learning Lab
This interactive course will provide hands-on exercises and practical explanations that enable you to measure the impact of your organization’s work. You’ll learn how to:
Clarify your intended program outcomes, and the steps needed to achieve, measure and learn from them
Develop outcome-focused programs and initiatives using a logic model
Design practical data collection and reporting tools to support data use
Date: Thursday, December 8, 2022
Times: 9:30 AM-3:00 PM
Location: The Westchester Library System, 570 Taxter Road – 4th floor, Elmsford, NY
Breakfast, Snacks and Lunch will be served
Instructor: Laurel Molloy, Laurel Molloy Founder and Lead Consultant, Innovations Quantified
In addition to, Meaningful & Manageable Outcome Measurement Grantwriting and Financial Management Bootcamps are being offered.