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How Project Management can Help Your Nonprofit Become More Effective Collaborators With Stakeholders

How Project Management can Help Your Nonprofit Become More Effective Collaborators With Stakeholders

featuring

Lisa Iannuzzi

Vice President, Professional Alliances

PMI Washington DC Chapter

Davin Hattaway, CAE

Senior Consultant

M Powered Strategies

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$20.00
Event Date: 
Wednesday, October 4, 2017 - 8:30am - 11:00am
Event Location: 
Metro Park V
6363 Walker Lane
Alexandria, Virginia 22310
Agenda and Cost: 

8:30am - 9:00am - Registration and Networking
9:00am - 10:30am - Presentation
10:30am - 11:00am - Networking

This workshop is $20 for both members and non-members.

About the Event

This event is intended for those who work in the nonprofit sector.

Nonprofit organizations are unique in many ways, typically tasked with doing a lot of work with little or no resources. Nonprofits typically have deep ties to the communities in which they operate and have strong partnerships with government and other private agencies. Knowing which of these entities may impact your agency’s strategic initiatives is vital for nonprofits to thrive. Effective identification and communication with all the stakeholders is essential to ensure project success.

This workshop will explore two project management knowledge areas, communication and stakeholder management, that will help your agency gain clarity when managing projects and improve the probability of your project’s success. First, we will discuss stakeholder engagement and learn how to identify, analyze and manage stakeholders and then we will learn how to develop a communication plan based on your stakeholder analysis.

PDUs Available: 
1 PDU for Certified PMs
Talent Triangle Category: 
Strategic and Business Management

About the Speakers

Lisa Iannuzzi

PMI Washington DC Chapter
Vice President, Professional Alliances

Lisa is a certified project management professional with 20+ years of experience in account management, planning, and business development. She has a proven record of improving efficiencies, productivity, and profitability through measured process improvement and expert level oversight.

Lisa earned her PMP certification in 2014 and found employment as a project manager through networking within PMI. She has held Project Management roles within the Department of the Navy and the Department of State. Prior to becoming a project manager, Lisa had an extensive career with Marriott International as an Account Manager. She graduated from George Mason University with a BS in Business Administration.

Davin Hattaway, CAE

M Powered Strategies
Senior Consultant

Davin Hattaway, CAE is a senior consultant with M Powered Strategies, with 15 years of professional experience in management of 45 domestic and international nonprofit organizations.
His professional passion is helping nonprofits combine market engagement, enterprise systems design, and governance best-practices into solutions that help nonprofits make their work more effective.

Prior to joining M Powered Strategies, Davin served as Chief Operations Officer of Potomac Management Resources (PMR), a Virginia based nonprofit consulting firm that supports 19 regional and national associations. Under his leadership, PMR became the #1-ranked event planning firm in the DC area by 2015, as ranked by the Washington Business Journal, and the only nonprofit management consulting firm to be ranked in the top 20.

Prior to PMR, Davin served as a development consultant to nonprofit agricultural cooperatives in Cape Verde, West Africa, where he was the founding executive officer for a nonprofit trade school, established a rural dry goods cooperative, and served as the primary liaison between local nonprofit organizations and national/international development organizations.

About the Nonprofit Education

This series focuses on Project Management in the nonprofit sector.