The Fist to Five event series will return to New York City next month for the second episode of this three-part “sustainability” series. Sax Partner and Not-for- Profit expert Todd Polyniak will lead an entertaining yet informative conversation on talent development within nonprofit organizations. How do you focus your efforts on attracting, developing, motivating and retaining exceptional employees while trying to live out your mission? Join us on June 7 to gain valuable insight into ways you can better your workplace and employees.
Boosting culture and morale within your organization can be very challenging, but learning proper management practices and ways to develop and grow your staff will only benefit your mission and values. Our expert panel includes:
Melkis Alvarez-Baez, Deputy Director of Nonprofit Coordinating Committee of New York, oversees all of NPCC’s programs and member services. Prior to her current role, Melkis worked with Advocates for Children of New York, a nonprofit working to protect every child's right to an education.
Laura Colin Klein is the Executive Director of charitySTRONG since 2015 and has more than 20 years’ experience working in the nonprofit sector. Laura spearheads strategic planning efforts, targeted initiatives to foster board and organizational development, and promotes enhanced communication and teamwork.
Rachel Anevski, Founder and CEO of Matters of Management, focuses her efforts on assisting companies carry out their missions, acquiring talent and providing coaching to executives, management and staff.
Joseph Damiano, Managing Partner of Sax LLP, joined the firm in 1995 and was appointed Managing Partner in 2015. Joe is responsible for leading Sax’s strategic growth initiatives, team member development and overall management of the firm.
This is a free event. Breakfast will be served and CPE credits are available. Please click here to register or contact Bianca Madrigal at firstname.lastname@example.org or 973-472-6250 for more information.