VIRTUAL NONPROFIT LAB 

Advance Your Skills in Fundraising, Social Media, Board Development and Nonprofit Marketing

VIRTUAL (from your home or office)

We strongly suggest you participate in the Virtual Lab using a laptop or a desktop.

Our trainings are taught at the intermediate to advanced level. We focus on providing content that is practical, strategic and ideas that you can actually implement at your own organization. 

WORKSHOPS 

Live webinars from leading nonprofit experts. Pick and choose your topic. Slides and recordings are included with your registration. 

COMMUNITY CONVERSATIONS

Facilitated conversations that participants can choose based on role (executive director, development director, etc), type of organization (arts, youth, food security, etc) and budget size. These are facilitated conversations sharing best practices. We will use the platform Zoom and community circles will occur a few times in April because sometimes you need a break from technology. You can sign up for a Community Conversation when you register. You can either participate in Community Conversations or Consulting Cafe. 

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+. You can either participate in Community Conversations or Consulting Cafe. 

REGISTRATION  INCLUDES

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

  • Participation in a Community Conversation or Consulting Cafe.  

  • 3 CFRE credits towards your certification

Our VIRTUAL Labs are taught at an intermediate to advanced level. We offer a wide range of topics for nonprofit professionals. 

REGISTER FOR THE LAB

Advertise your programs, products and services with nonprofit professionals attending the Lab. We have 500-1000 participants in our virtual labs.

ADVERTISE AT THE LAB

Our Labs are deep dive trainings. We are looking for relevant and timely content taught at the intermediate to advanced level.   

SUBMIT A WORKSHOP 

PROGRAM SCHEDULE 

 

April 13, 2020

Workshop Session 1 | 11:00 am - 11:45 am PT | 2:00 pm - 2:45 pm ET

Program participants choose one workshop during each time block

Trainers: Michelle Molina | Connecting Evidence

Meaningful Data - How to Collect Useful Data

Trainer: Katherine DeFoyd | Growth for Good

The Virtual Gala - How To Take Your Gala Online

Workshop Session 2 | 12:00 pm - 12:45 pm PT | 3:00 pm - 3:45 pm ET

Program participants choose one workshop during each time block

Trainer: Payal Martin | Brighter Strategies

Simplifying Program Evaluation to Measure Exactly What you Need

Trainer: Rachel Werner | RBW Strategy, LLC

Nonprofit Risk Management in an Age of Uncertainty

Workshop Session 3 | 1:00 pm - 1:45 pm PT | 4:00 pm - 4:45 pm ET

Program participants choose one workshop during each time block

Trainer: Noah Barnett | Virtuous

Responsive Fundraising: How Your Nonprofit Can Build Lasting Donor Relationships In Today’s Distraction-Filled World

Trainer: Andrew Quan | Funraise

Social Fundraising Is Easier Than You Think

Workshop Session 4 | 2:00 - 2:45 pm PT | 5:00 pm - 5:45 pm ET

Program participants choose one workshop during each time block

Trainer: Bianca Jackson | JAX Digital

Lost on LinkedIn: Non-Profits and Associations Edition

Trainer: Beverly Browning | Grant Writing Training Foundation

Taking the Right Steps Toward Nonprofit Sustainability

CONSULTING CAFE 

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

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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.

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OneCause

Stefanie Chow

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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.  

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Brighter Strategies

Payal Martin

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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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Big Duck

Farra Trompeter

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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. 

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CNRG Accounting Advisory, LLC

Chyla Graham

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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Connecting Evidence

Michelle Molina

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. 

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Mockingbird Analytics

Ejiro Morrow

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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.  

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DonorTrends

Caity Craver

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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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ML Brand Strategy Consulting

Michele Levy

 

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