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6/20/2018
When: Wednesday, June 20, 2018
12PM - 1PM MT
Where: Webinar
United States
Contact: Maggie Brubaker
303-442-2524


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THIS WEBINAR IS OPEN TO THE PUBLIC SO THAT YOU CAN LEARN MORE ABOUT THE NSPA MEMBER BENEFITS.

Title: NSPA Member Benefits Orientation

Description: If you're considering membership in the NSPA, this webinar is for you! Get a sneak peek at the Members-Only section of our website to learn more about our programs and resources as well as how you and your organization can benefit from membership. We'll cover the following topics:

NSPA Website Overview
Member Profile and Directory Search
Member Resource Library and the Scholarship Program Toolkit
2018 Conference
Monthly Webinars
Quarterly Learning Circles
Member Q&A Forum
Career Center
And More!

You'll also have an opportunity to ask questions about member benefits and NSPA membership in general. We hope you can join us!

Presenters: This webinar will be presented by the following NSPA staff:
Jackie Bright, Executive Director
Maggie Brubaker, Conference and Programs Manager
Nick Safko, Communications Coordinator

Bios: 

Jackie is an innovative and celebrated leader with over a decade of nonprofit leadership experience. Most recently, she served as the Executive Director for the Charlottesville-Albemarle SPCA where she managed a multi-million budget, a staff of 60, and provided guidance and support for over 500 volunteers. She has been recognized by the Virginia Daily Progress as a “Charlottesville Woman We Love” and by Big Brothers Big Sisters of America for developing and maintaining a “Gold Standard” program. Jackie holds an undergraduate degree in Communication Studies with an emphasis in Rhetoric and Public Discourse, as well as a Certificate in Leadership from UVA’s Darden School of Business. Aside from Bright’s commitment to nonprofit excellence, she loves wrangling her three dogs, antiquing, the outdoors, and sheet cake (in that order).

Maggie brings a diverse background to NSPA. She has worked for a variety of nonprofit and education institutions throughout her career. Her experiences include working as a Director of Community Initiatives at Pikes Peak United Way, a Resident Manager for CU Boulder, a university instructor, and an elementary school teacher.
Maggie completed a Bachelor’s degree in Political Science and a Master’s degree in Geography at Penn State University. She also spent a year in Germany as a Fulbright Scholar researching energy policy.
Maggie enjoys spending time with her family which includes her husband and two children. Her family loves all types of outdoor pursuits including rock climbing, biking, and hiking. Originally from Poland, Maggie continues to enjoy exploring new places.

Nick comes to NSPA with a wide range of skills and experience from working at various Non-Profits and educational institutions. Some of his experience includes working for the Hispanic Scholarship Fund in Programs and Retention, and Ojai Valley School in Communications and Marketing. Most recently, he worked in Development and Marketing for Hale Kau Kau, a small community Non-Profit on Maui.

Nick's background and education is in film, photography, and writing. He is an advocate for the arts and education. This passion has led him to a career sharing his talents with Non-Profit Organizations to promote positive change in the world.

Nick was born and raised in Pennsylvania, and has lived in California and Hawaii before making his move to Colorado. In his free time, Nick enjoys the outdoors, cooking and baking, knitting, and all types of cultural events.


 

 

 

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