PRINCETON – Laura Otten, PhD, Executive Director, The Nonprofit Center of LaSalle University’s School of Business, will present a workshop “Keep Up with the Times: Emerging Trends for Nonprofits” at the Princeton Community Works educational conference January 30, 2017.
Her workshop will describe the necessary traits of a successful nonprofit leader who knows the importance of working in the organization and on the organization, and of balancing the two. She will discuss why it is important to stay abreast of the trends, some dominant trends and what’s in the future. For more information on the workshop please go to www.princetoncommunityworks.org/keep-times-emerging-trends-nonprofits/.
Laura Otten, is one of six national experts consulted by the San Francisco Chronicle whose investigation of a local charity resulted in a tale of what it takes to provide conscientious board oversight by nonprofit leaders to protect their organization’s mission.
About Princeton Community Works
Designed to enable non-profit boards, staff and volunteers to work together more effectively by networking, fundraising, developing skills and raising community awareness, the popular Princeton Community Works conference, founded in 1995 by Marge Smith, is attended by representatives of more than 200 area nonprofits. With 23 scheduled workshops, this year’s Conference will be January 30, 2017 from 5:00 p.m. until 9:15 p.m. at the Frist Campus Center of Princeton University.
More information and registration information can be found online at www.PrincetonCommunityWorks.org. A printable conference brochure is on the website.
Princeton Community Works is grateful to Princeton University for hosting, to the Princeton Rotary for its significant administrative help, to the workshop presenters who donate their time and talents, and to the many volunteers who work each year to produce this community event.