Webinar: Exploring Strategic Partnerships, Part 1
This is the first of three webinars exploring the idea of strategic partnerships. Our goal is to acquaint executive directors, board members and key staff with an array of strategic partnership options and related principles and practices.
Given the challenges currently facing nonprofits in their programs, finances, and operations, collaborative strategies have never been more important. Nonprofits across the sector are demonstrating how highly integrated collaborations – ranging from consolidation of administrative functions up to full integration via merger – can maximize efficiency and enhance mission impact.
This interactive webinar will provide an overview of the wide range of possibilities that exist on The Collaborative Map. Drawing from case studies and 20+ years of La Piana experience leading nonprofits through strategic restructuring processes, participants will hear concrete examples of how organizations have approached decisions about strategic partnerships to accelerate and amplify mission impact.
Stacie Freasier has over 17 years of nonprofit experience, serving in a variety of functional roles and possesses a solid command for the social sector. Prior to joining La Piana Consulting, she served as Director of Knowledge Strategy for the Council on Foundations. She has also held management positions at Planned Parenthood of the Pacific Southwest and Planned Parenthood Federation of America, the San Diego Human Dignity Foundation, the Society of Hispanic Professional Engineers, as well as notable academic institutions.
Makiyah Moody helps organizations ask and answer critical questions about how to deliver on their missions more effectively. She is a skilled facilitator and governance specialist who helps clients navigate strategy and planning, partnerships, and board/leadership development. She is a Pahara Institute NextGen Fellow, an Executive Scholar with the Center for Nonprofit Management at Northwestern University’s Kellogg School of Management, and a BoardSource Certified Governance Trainer. She also regularly blogs on LinkedIn, often on the topic of board governance, race, and diversity.