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Oregon Nonprofit Sector Report (Free Presentation)

St. Charles Medical Center 2500 NE Neff Road
Conference Room A
Bend

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Amy Carlson, Consultant & Rural Program Manager
Nonprofit Association of Oregon

The Nonprofit Association of Oregon (NAO) and Portland State University’s (PSU) Institute for Nonprofit Management (INPM) collaborated to publish the Oregon Nonprofit Sector Report (ONSR) that informs key decision makers in the public, nonprofit, and private sectors about the economic relevance of the nonprofit sector. This comprehensive report examines the sector as a whole—including a description of the size and scope of the sector, the current condition of nonprofits and clues about their economic and social relevance, and social impact of the nonprofit sector in Oregon.

The ONSR provides crucial information for public policy decision makers, philanthropists, and nonprofit leaders in their attempt to reorganize relations between nonprofits and government while dealing with the consequences of recent financial crises—the effects of which greatly influence Oregon’s state budget cycle and consequently the budget of many of the state’s 22,000+ nonprofit organizations.

Join us for a presentation and discussion about the ONSR findings.

About the Presenter

Through a partnership with The Ford Institute for Community Building, Amy Carlson leads NAO’s rural program working to deepen our engagement with nonprofits across Oregon and build the capacity of rural communities and organizations. Amy brings 15 years of experience working with nonprofit organizations. Building on a foundation as a community organizer, Amy has served in field, program management, and consulting roles. Prior to joining NAO in 2011, Amy was a nonprofit consultant, primarily working with conservation groups, and before that, she served as the Program and Communications Director for the Oregon League of Conservation Voters. Amy has built successful programs from the ground up, guiding them through the stages of development to achieve sustainability. She is also proud of her career-long grassroots organizing work, mobilizing hundreds of people across Oregon to get involved with advocacy campaigns. Amy has a Bachelor of Arts in Environmental Science from Willamette University and has completed graduate coursework at PSU’s Institute for Nonprofit Management.

Additional Information

You are also invited to join us for the Nonprofit Network of Central Oregon session, “What’s Collective Impact? And Why Should My Nonprofit Care?” immediately preceding this presentation.

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Amy Carlson, Consultant & Rural Program Manager
Nonprofit Association of Oregon

The Nonprofit Association of Oregon (NAO) and Portland State University’s (PSU) Institute for Nonprofit Management (INPM) collaborated to publish the Oregon Nonprofit Sector Report (ONSR) that informs key decision makers in the public, nonprofit, and private sectors about the economic relevance of the nonprofit sector. This comprehensive report examines the sector as a whole—including a description of the size and scope of the sector, the current condition of nonprofits and clues about their economic and social relevance, and social impact of the nonprofit sector in Oregon.

The ONSR provides crucial information for public policy decision makers, philanthropists, and nonprofit leaders in their attempt to reorganize relations between nonprofits and government while dealing with the consequences of recent financial crises—the effects of which greatly influence Oregon’s state budget cycle and consequently the budget of many of the state’s 22,000+ nonprofit organizations.

Join us for a presentation and discussion about the ONSR findings.

About the Presenter

Through a partnership with The Ford Institute for Community Building, Amy Carlson leads NAO’s rural program working to deepen our engagement with nonprofits across Oregon and build the capacity of rural communities and organizations. Amy brings 15 years of experience working with nonprofit organizations. Building on a foundation as a community organizer, Amy has served in field, program management, and consulting roles. Prior to joining NAO in 2011, Amy was a nonprofit consultant, primarily working with conservation groups, and before that, she served as the Program and Communications Director for the Oregon League of Conservation Voters. Amy has built successful programs from the ground up, guiding them through the stages of development to achieve sustainability. She is also proud of her career-long grassroots organizing work, mobilizing hundreds of people across Oregon to get involved with advocacy campaigns. Amy has a Bachelor of Arts in Environmental Science from Willamette University and has completed graduate coursework at PSU’s Institute for Nonprofit Management.

Additional Information

You are also invited to join us for the Nonprofit Network of Central Oregon session, “What's Collective Impact? And Why Should My Nonprofit Care?” immediately preceding this presentation.

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October 24th, 2012 from  9:45 AM to 10:30 AM
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St. Charles Medical Center
2500 NE Neff Road
Conference Room A
Bend, OR 97701
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