“Leading a Social Impact Organization Through a Changing Political Environment” Webinar
January 22 @ 11:00 am - 12:00 pm PST
SAVE THE DATE FOR THIS FREE WEBINAR!
Tuesday, January 22, 2019
11:00 am PST / 2:00 pm EST
This session will focus on issues related to leading organizations through changes in the political landscape. Participants will explore ways social impact organizations may be impacted by a changing political environment, including issues of funding and social capital. Various strategies for remaining relevant and sustainable will be addressed.
- Describe ways organizations might be impacted by changes to the political landscape.
- Identify strategies for remaining relevant and sustainable.
ABOUT THE PRESENTER
Barbara S. Hiltz, MSW
Clinical Assistant Professor of Social Work and MSW Program Director
University of Michigan
Clinical Assistant Professor Barbara Hiltz, MSW, focuses on the sustainability of community-based organizations, including the role of innovations, social enterprise and social entrepreneurship in shaping social service delivery.
For more than two decades, Hiltz has worked in interpersonal, community and administrative practice.
She served as executive director of a program for men who abuse their domestic partners in St. Louis, MO, and a cancer support organization in Ann Arbor, MI. Other areas of expertise include women in leadership, human resource management, fund and program development and fiscal management.
In 2011, Hiltz co-founded The Brides Project, a social enterprise designed to raise money for cancer support services.