Just a few things we’ll cover in this month’s webinar:
✔ What can I do to avoid burnout?
✔ What opportunities and resources exist to help me grow in my career?
✔ What do nonprofits look for in their development staff?
We will explore this and more! Registration is required.
Jess Green, Presenter
Jess Green has been working in the nonprofit sector for over 10 years, helping small and medium sized nonprofits achieve their missions through strategic fundraising and marketing. In 2014, she received her M.A. in Nonprofit Leadership and Management from the University of San Diego. Jess has since relocated back to her home state of Virginia where she continues to pursue her personal mission to help nonprofits and passionate people work smarter not harder to change the world. In 2017 she launched MinimalistFundraising.com, a place for newbie and veteran fundraisers to get real about where to focus their limited time and resources to raise more money for their cause. Jess is currently proud to bring her love of the outdoors together with her love of fundraising as the Director of Philanthropy at the Shenandoah National Park Trust, the official nonprofit partner of Virginia’s backyard national park. When she’s not hiking in Shenandoah, Jess and her husband Ty can be found hanging out at home with their three cats or enjoying the water at the nearest lake, river, or beach.
Liliane Lendvai, Guest Speaker
Liliane Lendvai is the Operations Manager at Blair Search Partners, a retained executive search and recruiting firm in San Diego with a unique specialization in serving nonprofit and public-sector clients. Liliane manages the firm’s daily business operations and works directly with clients and candidates to fill positions at the staff, director, and executive levels. Liliane is a 2018 graduate of the San Diego Leadership Alliance (SDLA) as well as the LEAD San Diego IMPACT program. Her community engagement includes the Young Nonprofit Professionals Network (YNPN), Women Give San Diego, and Emerging Practitioners in Philanthropy (EPIP). She was also recently honored by LEAD San Diego with the 2018 Herbert G. Klein Memorial Award.