We invite you to join us for a special board edition of the annual Frederick Nonprofit Summit. This exclusive, invite-only event will focus on “Governance Through the Lens of Leadership.” Speaker Patrick Jinks of The Jinks Perspective will challenge participants to think differently about their role in the boardroom, providing tools to strengthen boards and facilitate strategic conversations about implementation.
Date: April 11, 2019 | 7:30 am – 11:30 am
Location: New Spire Stages, 15 West Patrick Street, Frederick, MD
$60 – Includes Executive Director/CEO and Board Chair Registration*
$20 – For the third registrant from the same organization
* Content is most effective when CEO and Board Chair/Leader attend together due to the nature of the material. An additional board leader, such as incoming chair, may be added for a nominal fee.
*Due to package pricing, only ONE registration form can be submitted per organization.
Please contact Jen Specht, Community Outreach Coordinator at the Ausherman Family Foundation, with any questions or to be added to the wait list: email@example.com
The Nonprofit Summit is provided in a local venue at an affordable cost due to the generosity of the Ausherman Family Foundation working in partnership with The Community Foundation of Frederick County, United Way of Frederick County and PNC, The Helen J. Serini Foundation and Maryland Nonprofits.
The Ausherman Family Foundation empowers the passion for change in Frederick County, Maryland.
The Community Foundation is dedicated to connecting people who care with causes that matter to enrich the quality of life in Frederick County now and for future generations.
To unite local resources to provide the most effective response to community issues in Frederick County.
The PNC Foundation’s priority is to form partnerships with community-based nonprofit organizations within the markets PNC serves in order to enhance educational opportunities for children, particularly under-served pre-K children through our signature, PNC Grow Up Great program, and to promote the growth of targeted communities through economic development initiatives.
The mission of The Helen J. Serini Foundation is to improve the quality of life and wellbeing for the community by funding organizations that connect at-risk and underserved youth and families with opportunities for improved education, vocational training, and healthcare.
To strengthen, educate, and engage nonprofit organizations, so they can successfully achieve their missions.
Thank you to:
Plamondon Hospitality Partners for speaker hotel accommodations &
Wegmans for a light breakfast and beverages