The concept of fiduciary responsibility for the greater good of the community we serve is one as old as our oldest history books. Individuals in the community have been selected to protect the common good of the people they serve. With great finances comes great responsibility. With the knowledge you will receive in this course, your board members will understand how to face financial integrity, plan safeguards, and understand the signs of financial trouble. This course will show the proven techniques that not only keep your organization running smoothly but how to effectively prepare for the financial future of your organization.
– Protecting and enhancing the financial capacity
– See the signs of financial troubles
– Implement safeguards to ensure financial stability
Instructor: Patti Mitchell and Chris Welch (Navigation Point)
Date: October 18, 2018
Time: 2:00 pm – 3:00 pm EST
Patti Mitchell & Chris Welch
Patti Mitchell: Member of Cherokee Nation
Combining over 35 years of successful Entrepreneurship while also achieving a professional career in Program Management, Public Relations, Marketing, Training & Technical Assistance, and Business Relations from places like Cherokee Nation, Native Learning Center, Appalachian State University, The University of Oklahoma Health Sciences Center, North Carolina Department of Vocational Rehabilitation, and Executive Leadership in Tourism and Commerce.
Chris Welch: Member of Cherokee Nation
Chris has dedicated his career to Community Development Projects, Training & Technical Assistance for his own Cherokee Nation where he coached and qualified over 140 low-income rural Native American nonprofit organizations, oversaw 60 Native American community building projects, assisted over 50 new Native American community-based nonprofits start-ups, performed over 300 training sessions, and generated grant initiatives and optional funding resources.
- Offered: Online
- Start: October 18, 2018 -
- End: October 18, 2018 -