Workshops.

Creating an Equitable and Community-Based Leadership Pipeline

Presented by: Naomi Tannenbaum, Vice President, Strategic Partnerships & Organizational Culture, Coro Center for Civic Leadership

Synopsis: We will discuss and reflect how current ideas of leadership serve (or don’t serve) social change through the nonprofit sector, and look at models for creating new leadership practices and bringing new voices to the table to ensure that nonprofit leadership is reflective and inclusive of the communities and peoples served.

Learning Goals:

  • Reflect to gain insight on leadership in the sector, leadership within their organization, and their own leadership styles and methods
  • Gain knowledge and tools to help move themselves, their organization, and the sector toward more equitable leadership that reflects the landscape and demographics of 21st century U.S.

Workshop Details

When: Thursday, October 29,
1:30 – 2:45 pm

Track: Leadership

Target Audience: Board Members, Leadership, Young Professionals, Anyone!

Naomi Tannenbaum

Vice President, Strategic Partnerships & Organizational Culture, Coro Center for Civic Leadership

Naomi’s career in the nonprofit sector has spanned more than 25 years, and focused on communities across the country as well as nationally. A strategic and creative problem solver, she is adept at creating systems and teams to improve programs and initiatives, strategically grow organizations, and clarify and expand impact. Naomi is currently the Vice President for the Coro Center for Civic Leadership in Pittsburgh, where she oversees programs and leads strategic initiatives. Her prior experience included 10 years with the Public Allies National Office, where she was the lead program expert for local sites, led staff development and program evaluation initiatives, and spearheaded organizational growth efforts.

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