NSWM Design Day

Join Us for Design Day on July 30th!

NSWM Design Day is an opportunity for members of our extended community to participate in reimagining the future of its programs and services.

Intended Outcomes:

  • Participants will have a basic understanding of the Design Thinking process, which they can use to design or redesign new programs/services/products.
  • Participants will get hands-on-practice going through several stages of the Design Thinking process.
  • Participants will get an opportunity to connect with NSWM members to envision the future of its programming.
  • Participants will propose concrete ideas to redesign NSWM’s existing programs.

Date: Thursday, July 30, 2020

Time: 9 am – 12 pm PDT/12 – 3 pm EDT

Location: Zoom

Cost:

  • $25.00 buy-in (no digital badge/no certificate of participation)
  • $50.00 digital badge
  • $75.00 digital badge + certificate of participation

Requirements: Webcam (participants must be on camera)

Design Day Facilitator

Kristina Jaskyte Bahr, PhD | Associate Professor at the University of Georgia, School of Social Work and NSWM Board Member.

Dr. Kristina Jaskyte Bahr has an established record of research and productive scholarship in the areas of innovation, change, creativity, and Design Thinking in nonprofit organizations. Her publications pertaining to these topics appeared in national and international journals, including Public Administration Review, International Journal of Voluntary and Nonprofit Organizations (VOLUNTAS), Nonprofit Management and Leadership, and Human Service Organizations: Management, Leadership, and Governance. Her work has been cited in a wide array of journals, cutting across many traditional and innovative disciplines.

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Dr. Kristina Jaskyte Bahr has an established record of research and productive scholarship in the areas of innovation, change, creativity, and Design Thinking in nonprofit organizations. Her publications pertaining to these topics appeared in national and international journals, including Public Administration Review, International Journal of Voluntary and Nonprofit Organizations (VOLUNTAS), Nonprofit Management and Leadership, and Human Service Organizations: Management, Leadership, and Governance. Her work has been cited in a wide array of journals, cutting across many traditional and innovative disciplines.

She has presented her research at more than 37 conferences, including, but not limited to, the Academy of Management, Association for Research on Nonprofit and Voluntary Organizations (ARNOVA), International Society for Third Sector Research (ISTR), and the Society for Social Work Research. Her research has been funded by the National Science Foundation, the Rockefeller Foundation, the American Society for Association Executives Foundation, the Georgia Division of Family and Children Services (DFCS), and most recently by VentureWell, formerly known as the National Collegiate Inventors and Innovators Alliance. She has been engaged in a number of cross-cultural research projects and served as a grant reviewer for Nazarbayev University (Kazakhstan), the Social Sciences and Humanities Research Council of Canada (SSHRC), and the Czech Science Foundation.

Dr. Kristina Jaskyte Bahr has acted as a keynote speaker, session chair, discussant, presenter, and moderator at numerous local community events and conferences, as well as at national and international events. She is currently serving on a State of Hope Advisory Council for the Division of Family and Children Services. She served as a consulting editor of the Social Work Research Journal, and has served on the Editorial Advisory Board of Human Service Organizations: Management, Leadership, and Governance for a number of years.

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