Graduate Programs in Nonprofit Management Fall 2013 Colloquium
Open to students, alumni, and the public. MGT 511, Room 307, 5:00PM - 6:30PM
September 11th –"Civic Engagement: Building Campaigns from the Ground Up"
Nii-Quartelai Quartey, Founder & Principal Consultant, Sankofa Group for Civic Engagement
October 2nd – "Building Capacity -Training as a Means to Sustainability"
Evelin Montes, Deputy Director of Training, Liberty Hill Foundation
October 9th – "Gifting – Creating the Appropriate Environment"
Peggy Smith, Senior Director of Gift Planning, Goodwill Southern California
October 16th – "Asylum - Are We Our Brother’s Keeper?"
Maya Paley, Founder, Right Now: Advocates for African Asylum Seekers in Israel
October 23rd – "Heroes in Our Midst – Championing Great People and Causes"
Jeanne Meyers, Co-Founder & Director, The MY HERO Project
*November 6th - "Thesis Research and Writing – 2014 Graduates"
Dr. Gerry Wacker, Thesis Advisor
November 13th – "Investment Management: A Primer on Understanding the Investment World"
-Managing an Endowment, the Board and the Investment Committee-
Stephan Tow, Senior Managing Director, Howard Capital Management
November 20th – "Program Evaluation – Fact or Fiction"
Dr. Antoinette Andrews, Senior Research Analyst, First 5 LA
December 4th – "Client Diversity – Serving the Multi-Cultural Demographic"
Saundra Bryant, Executive Director, All Peoples Community Center
December 11th – "Human Tragedy – Sex Trafficking 101"
Michael Cory Davis, Founder, Artists United For Social Justice (AUSJ)
(*) Indicates a session for 2014 MBA graduate candidates only
Speakers subject to change without notice
Graduate School of Nonprofit Management
American Jewish University
Please RSVP to firstname.lastname@example.org or call 310-440-1260 to attend these cost-free sessions.
For program information visit our website www.aju.edu/mba