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Workshop Training or Seminar

Creating Successful Projects and Partnerships

Legacy Meridian Park Medical Center 19300 SW 65th Ave

About this event

Much of volunteer management is juggling many projects simultaneously that must satisfy multiple stakeholders. Learn about how the Logic Model can make you a more effective project manager and ensure you are sustaining strong
partnerships. Create a powerful plan that incorporates resources and collaboration, and explore how to stay focused on your goals during the reality of implementation.

Speaker: Lenore Parker has extensive experience in the nonprofit field from teaching elementary school and college to working both in a direct service and administrative capacity to providing grant writing services, training and technical assistance to nonprofit boards and employees. Her lifelong passion is the impact volunteerism can have on volunteers, the organization in which
they serve, the clients the organization serves and the larger community.

Her work has been published in Social Work in Education titled, “Youth attitude towards service & extent of service activities”, which led to a
fellowship with the Corporation for National and Community Service and in the Journal of Operations Management titled, “The Service Volunteer Loyalty Chain: An exploratory study of not for profit charitable organizations.”

Lenore has presented trainings locally, nationally and internationally on a variety of topics including volunteer management, inter-professional education, collaboration, strategic planning, program evaluation and using the Logic Model as a planning tool. Lenore has a B.S. in Elementary Education, an M.S. in Counseling Psychology and a Ph.D. in Social Work. On a
personal note, Lenore has lived in the Northwest off and on for over 30 years. She considers Portland her “home of the heart” and is excited to return after 13 years in Phoenix, Arizona to live closer to her family.

NOVAA Member Cost: $50. Non-Member Cost: $60.