Webinar: Nonprofit Lifecycles Capacity Building
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The concept of lifecycle capacity building was developed by Susan Kenny Stevens, Ph.D., founder of the Nonprofit Lifecycles Institute and author of Nonprofit Lifecycles: Stage-based Wisdom for Nonprofit Capacity considered essential reading and a guiding force in the nonprofit community.
Nonprofit Lifecycles Institute is a community of nonprofits, funders, consultants, and academic practitioners who understand the direct relationship between a nonprofit organization’s operating capacity and the ability to effectively deliver the services and programs defined in their mission.
Both the book and Institute are built on the framework of nonprofit lifecycles and the seven stages of organizational development including: Idea, Start-up, Growth, Maturity, Decline, Turnaround and Terminal.
In this session, you will:
- Learn about the 7 Nonprofit Lifecycle Stages
- Apply the stages to a real-life nonprofit case study
- Work with your team and Nonprofit Lifecycles certified consultants to determine where your organization is in the Lifecycle
Offered by our partners at Alliance of Arizona Nonprofits
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About the Presenter: Jennifer Bonnett, President & CEO, Nonprofit Lifecycle Institute
Susan Kenny Stevens proudly announced Jennifer Bonnett as President & CEO of Nonprofit Lifecycle Institute in November 2019 after Jennifer served for almost a year as the organization’s first Associate Director.
Joining the organization as a consultant in 2016, Jennifer has vast experience consulting with nonprofits and community-based foundations to target their capacity building dollars toward the greatest community impact. In her role with the Institute over the past year, she has had the opportunity to shape the future, and Susan is incredibly grateful for their shared vision for the future of the Institute to reach significant numbers of organizations whose shared impact so positively changes the face of our communities.
Jennifer has served in numerous leadership roles as she led her own consulting firm, as well as served as Executive Director for Arizona Public Health Association (named Arizona Affiliate of the year under her leadership) and Valley Permaculture Alliance.
As a Nonprofit Lifecycle Institute consultant to both the ATLAS and AGILE programs at Virginia G. Piper Charitable Trust and a member of Vitalyst Health Foundation’s Consultants Community of Practice, she is actively leading and engaged in impactful work across our community.
Jennifer holds a Masters in Public Administration, Nonprofit Administration Concentration from Arizona State University, as well as a Bachelor of Arts in Spanish.
Committed to her community and driven by her passion to help mission-focused organizations achieve their visions and create strong nonprofits and stronger communities, Jennifer is building a resilient eco system to ensure the vision is achieved.