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Tom Skoog, CISSP, CISA, and Judy Simpson, CPA with KNN partner, Blue & Co., share cybersecurity and data management best practices for nonprofits. Learn about no-cost and low-cost solutions, as well as security considerations for remote and hybrid environments.
On the July 15, 2021 call, we hear from a panel of nonprofit leaders on their experiences managing volunteers during the pandemic, and share ideas for moving forward with virtual, in-person, and hybrid volunteer opportunities.
A panel of nonprofit leaders joins us to share their experiences and plans with in-person and hybrid events, as well as decisions to remain virtual.
Presenters Dr. Sheila A. Schuster and Katie Bentley provided descriptions and data on various disabilities and the barriers faced by Kentuckians living with them.
Join KNN and Amy Hebbeler, Attorney at Manley Burke, to learn about what nonprofits should consider when returning to in-person workplaces.
J.D. Chaney with Kentucky League of Cities and Shellie Hampton with Kentucky Association of Counties will join us to share the latest news now that the U.S. Treasury has released guidance for local government on how these transformative funds can be spent.
Looking to save money on your energy bills? Of course you are! Join the energy experts at the Mountain Association as they demystify your electric bills.
On the June 3, 2021 Virtual Town Hall Meeting, Kentucky Secretary of State Michael Adams will join us to provide an update on House Bill 574 - election reform legislation that was passed by the Kentucky General Assembly.
On our May 20 call, Dr. Steven Stack, Kentucky's Commissioner of the Department of Public Health will discuss masks, vaccines, the latest CDC guidance and more to help nonprofits sort through the information and craft next steps.
On our May 6 call, Demetria Miles-McDonald of Decide Diversity will share the findings of KNN's Nonprofit Racial Equity Task Force's survey of diversity efforts in the nonprofit sector.
Our May 6 Virtual Town Hall Meeting will feature a virtual press conference announcing the Nonprofit Equity Task Force and sharing findings of a survey conducted by the Task Force on the status of equity initiatives in the sector.
On the April 29, 2021, Virtual Town Hall Meeting, we’ll learn more about redistricting, why it matters to nonprofits and Kentuckians, and how nonprofits can help ensure fair and impartial district maps for Kentucky.
Join us and our partners, the Prichard Committee for Academic Excellence, for a panel discussion on the potential of these community partnerships and strategies to ensure nonprofits and local leaders are working together to build a strong new foundation for education excellence.
Join us to learn about the programs offered by LG&E and KU that you and your clients can benefit from.
On this week's call, our partners from Dean Dorton will join us to discuss Employee Retention Tax Credits.
On our April 1 call, a panel of nonprofit advocates will join us for a recap of the 2021 session of the Kentucky General Assembly and the impact on the work of nonprofits
On this month's call, we'll hear from Joel Buno, Executive Director of the Asia Institute-Crane House in Louisville. He will discuss what folks can do when witnessing violent and/or discriminatory incidents; how nonprofit leaders can best support staff, clients, and community members who may be experiencing trauma related to anti-Asian sentiments; and more.
On the March 18, 2021 call, Travis Mayo and Wendy Smith will join us to share information about the Team Kentucky Healthy at Home Eviction Relief Fund and more, including ways nonprofits can help spread the word about this important relief program.
J.D. Chaney, Executive Director, Kentucky League of Cities and Shellie Hampton, Legislative Director, Kentucky Association of Counties will share what's known about relief cities/counties will receive from the American Rescue Plan and offer tips on partnerships with officials to effectively meet community needs.
Robert Coffey, district director with Small Business Administration, will join us to outline what you need to know to apply for these funds. John Wurtenberger, CPA and Assurance Director with Dean Dorton, will also join us to help organizations think through their evaluation of which available relief programs are the best fit for your organization

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