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Advance your skills in fundraising, social media, board development and marketing!


Who should attend:
Our trainings are taught at the intermediate to advanced level. We focus on providing content that is practical and up-to-date. Participants will leave with strategies and ideas that you can actually implement at your own organization.


Registration includes one day of live workshops from leading nonprofit experts on a variety of topics.

Consulting Cafe:

Sign up for a one-on-one 10 minute conversation with a consultant. This is a better fit for organizations with budgets over 1M and staff size of 7+.


  • Slides and recordings from all workshops (typically sent within 6 hours after the Virtual Lab)

  • Opportunity to participate in Consulting Cafe  

  • 3 CFRE credits towards your certification



Premier Members






Looking to register 3+ people? Email us at program@nonprofitlearninglab.org to receive the group rate!


October 15th was our LAST LAB.


Keep an eye out for new registration and check out the previous program schedule below.


Advertise your programs, products and services with nonprofit professionals attending the Lab.


October 15, 2020:

Social Media Analytics, Surveys & Partnerships

Workshop 1

10:00am - 10:45am PT

1:00pm - 1:45pm ET



Laura Schwinkendorf, Kathryn Goggin | Barefoot PR

Analyzing Your Impact: A Guide to Social Media Analytics

Now that you are using social media to engage with your community, how do you know if your efforts are successful? Join Barefoot PR for Part Two of their webinar series to learn about the basics of social media analytics, and how to establish measurable goals and evaluate your social media results.

Workshop 2

11:00am - 11:45am PT

2:00pm - 2:45pm ET



Meena Das | Campbell and Company

Donor & Volunteer Surveys during COVID: Design to Analysis

The workshop will help participants to design key surveys of COVID times, keeping in mind DEIA and help formulate strategies to analyze effectively. Participants will learn to 1) find opportunities for key surveys 2) design surveys with best practices and DEIA in mind and 3) analyze surveys strategically

Workshop 3

12:00pm - 12:45pm PT

3:00pm - 3:45pm ET


Brian Rosenbaum | Imagine LA

Building Strategic Partnerships - Virtually or Not!

Whether we're quarantined or not, strategic partnerships with corporate, civic, and faith groups can play an important role in fundraising, programming, volunteerism, and more for nonprofits. But how should you determine who to build partnerships with? How do you get a foot in the door? What do dialogue and action look like? Join Brian Rosenbaum, MSSW, CVA, for a deep dive into how to create and retain transformative partnerships that add value to your organization, the partner, and the community.


Meet our featured consultants! See all of our consultants here.

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Stefanie Chow


Stefanie is a meeting and events professional with a passion for creating memorable experiences, and has organized fundraisers for local and national charities. She currently works for OneCause, leading over 120 staff members that assist organizations with their onsite and online fundraising efforts.



Payal Martin

Brighter Strategies

Payal has 10 years of experience in social change consulting, specializing in strategy development, program implementation, and evaluations for nonprofits. She was trained in quantitative/qualitative research and behavioral science driven program planning, implementation, and evaluation at the BU School of Public Health.  



Farra Trompeter

Big Duck

Farra is the Chief Growth Officer at Big Duck, where she helps nonprofits develop strong brands and develop compelling fundraising campaigns. Farra has 25 years of experience in fundraising and communications for nonprofit organizations. She holds an M.S. degree in nonprofit management from The New School.


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Chyla Graham

CNRG Accounting Advisory, LLC

With almost a decade under her belt as a certified public accountant (CPA), Chyla Graham, President of CNRG Accounting Advisory, LLC, is your chief resource manager; helping you navigate the accounting and fiscal tightrope walked by nonprofit organizations. 



Michelle Molina

Connecting Evidence

Michelle Molina partners with nonprofits to help them use data to improve their work, make informed decisions, and explore their impact. Her master’s in Education focusing on Social Research Methodology from UCLA gave her the technical skills she needs to collect and analyze both qualitative and quantitative data. 


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Ejiro Morrow

Mockingbird Analytics

Ejiro has worked as a grant proposal developer, volunteer coordinator, and intern supervisor. She received her Master's degree from California State University, Fullerton and later achieved her Grants Professional Certification (GPC) in 2019, a distinction currently held by only 13 other individuals in the state of California. 



Caity Craver


Caity is the CEO of DonorTrends, the data analytics firm providing affordable and actionable tools to nonprofits of all sizes.  A 19-year fundraising veteran, Caity heads a team of fundraisers, statisticians and actuaries dedicated to de-mystifying analytics by providing proven tools that improve fundraising revenue and retention.  



Michele Levy

ML Brand Strategy Consulting

Prior to launching her own consulting practice, Michele led strategy and account service teams in a wide variety of agency settings, and in management consulting. An honors graduate of Harvard College, Michele received her MBA in healthcare management from Boston University.


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Thank you to our virtual program partners: