Please join us on our upcoming webinar, “Navigating Fund Development Strategies during Transition,” which is brought to you by the Supporting Organizational Sustainability to Address Violence Against Women Institute (SOS Institute) in partnership with the Office on Violence Against Women and Futures Without Violence. This webinar will take place on Wednesday, February 17th, 2016 from 10 am PST – 11:30 am PST. This will be an important discussion that you don’t want to miss. Seats are limited, so register now by clicking here:
Title: Navigating Fund Development Strategies during Transition
Speakers: Amy Sanchez, Chief Executive Officer, Break the Cycle and Tara Korthals, Executive Director, Center for Survivors
Date: Wednesday, February 17, 2016
Time: 10:00 am PST – 11:30 am PST
This interactive webinar focuses on fund development strategies and tactics during crucial times in an organizations life – major transitions. From a program’s major grant ending to a founding director leaving the organization, transition is a very difficult time for organizations internally among staff, but also externally with funders. This webinar will dive deep into navigating fund development strategies during organizational transition, as well as steps your organization can take to prepare. We will also feature a real organization that went through major transition, including losing 75% of their operating budget, yet have been able to expand their coverage, open satellite offices in all six of their rural counties, maintain all of their staff and stay true to their mission.
Amy Sánchez, Chief Executive Officer, Break the Cycle
Amy Sánchez joins Break the Cycle with over 20 years of experience in the Domestic Violence Movement serving in various service roles. She previously served as an independent consultant and past CEO of the National Latin@ Network and Co-Executive Director of Casa de Esperanza, where she held a variety of leadership roles within the organization during the past 15 years. She also currently serves on the LGBTQ National Domestic Violence Learning Center’s Steering Committee and ASISTA Board of Directors.
Tara Korthals, Executive Director, Center for Survivors
Tara Korthals is currently the Executive Director for the Center for Sexual Assault and Domestic Violence Survivors and works part time as a deputy for the Butler County Sheriff’s Office. She attended the University of Nebraska, Lincoln focusing in Criminal Justice and Psychology. She has worked in Child Protective Services doing child abuse and neglect investigations and has also pursued a career in law enforcement for the past six and a half years for the Jefferson County Sheriff’s Office. In her spare time, she also volunteers for the David City Volunteer Fire Department as an Emergency Medical Technician.