One year ago, who could have anticipated the rapidly evolving business climate that today’s nonprofit leaders would be asked to navigate? The training of adaptable, agile, confident nonprofit leaders has never been more important than it is today. OneSource Center’s consultants, in partnership with Tabert House, continue to be key players in program direction and training of the NLIGC (Nonprofit Leadership Institution of Greater Cincinnati) EXCEL Leader Development Program, and recently welcomed the 15th class into its ranks
The EXCEL program is tailored to fit leaders’ changing needs in team development and management skills. Each student in the program is assigned a coach, and the pair meet monthly to discuss class topics and issues the nonprofit leader is handling. This one-onone coaching portion of the EXCEL program is often described as the “icing on the cake.” To learn more about this program described as “career enhancing and inspirational” visit here.
Congratulations to participants in the 2020-21 NLIGC EXCEL class:
- Terri Burch, 4C for Children
- Susan Casey-Leininger, Village Life Outreach
- Project Mikella Chrisman, New Foundations Community Housing
- Mollie Flynn, Talbert House
- Linette Fout, Lighthouse Youth and Family Services
- Sandra George, NorthKey Community
- Care Darlene Guess, Tender Mercies
- Dara Gullette, Alternatives to Violence Center
- Henry Hane, Islamic Center of Greater Cincinnati
- Sue Hare, iSpace
- Wally Hart, Music Resource Center
- Trina Jackson, Hamilton County Office of Reentry
- Amanda Jenkins, Community Action Agency
- Sandra Jones Mitchell, Serving Older Adults Through Changing Times
- Angela King, Freestore Foodbank
- Dami Okunade, United Way of Greater Cincinnati
- Kelly Rose, Welcome House Northern Kentucky, Inc.
- Katie Shipp, Phi Delta Theta Foundation
- Mindy Sponseller, Mental Health America of NKY @SWOH
- Rex Stewart, Talbert House
- Verlene Steward, CBI Middletown, Inc.
- Tiffany Thomas, Talbert House
- Dameta Wright, Health Care Access Now (HCAN).