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Webinar: The National Bank of Indianapolis 2020 Nonprofit Training Series: Managing Change in Times of Uncertainty

Join us Friday, November 13th from Noon to 1 PM Eastern.

In 2020, nonprofit organizations met unprecedented challenges resulting from COVID-19. Join local nonprofit leaders for a panel discussion on how they managed change for their organization in 2020 and how they will use their experiences to plan for 2021 and beyond.

During this session, Erin Hedges, Founder & President of Hedges will moderate a discussion with Joanna Taft, Founding Executive Director of Harrison Center, Tauhric Brown President and CEO of CICOA of Aging & In-Home Solutions, and Karin Ogden Chief Executive Officer of Ronald McDonald House Charities of Central Indiana as they discuss Managing Change in Times of Uncertainty.

We will discuss:
Changes in Programs and Services
Demands of Change on Leadership and Culture
Adapting to Changes in Finances and Fundraising
Strategic Communications and Messaging

Duration: 1 Hour
This webinar is free to attend.
Recording of the webinar and presentation slides will be emailed after the event.

Moderator:
Erin Hedges, Founder & President, Hedges

Speakers:
Joanna Taft, Founding Executive Director, Harrison Center
Karin Ogden, Chief Executive Officer of Ronald McDonald House Charities, Central Indiana
Tauhric Brown, President, and CEO of CICOA, Aging & In-Home Solutions
Jill Robisch, Vice President & Senior Business Development Officer, Nonprofit Services, The National Bank of Indianapolis

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