Regional Networks

Networks bring nonprofit leaders together to share best practices, tangible tools, to connect among peers and to engage in learning with thought leaders. Each network offers a series of seven presentations or panel discussion and an opportunity for informal networking before or after each session. Network sessions typically take place between September and June and are offered in Bend, Corvallis, Medford, Portland and Springfield.

NAO's network sessions are designed for nonprofit leaders, staff, board members, and volunteers. They are open to any nonprofit leader who wants to learn more about best practices while advancing their skills in nonprofit management, financial accountability, equity and inclusion.

Currently, sessions are not being recorded and cannot be live-streamed.

Central Oregon (Bend)

Nonprofit Network of Central Oregon (NNCO) — This series serves Deschutes, Jefferson, and Crook County nonprofit communities and is designed for nonprofit leaders and volunteers who want to learn more about effective nonprofit leadership within a community of peers.

Mid-Valley (Corvallis)

Mid-Valley Nonprofit Network (MVNN) — This series serves Benton County (and surrounding) nonprofit communities and is designed for nonprofit leaders and volunteers who want to learn more about effective nonprofit leadership within a community of peers.

Portland Metro

Equity & Inclusions Leaders Network (EILN) — This series is designed for nonprofit leaders, staff, board members, and volunteers and is open to any nonprofit leader who wants to learn more about best practices and advancing equity and inclusion.

Nonprofit Fiscal Managers Association (NFMA) — This series is designed for chief financial officers and fiscal managers of charitable nonprofit organizations and is open to any nonprofit leader who wants to learn more about best practices in financial management.

Nonprofit Leaders Network (NLN) — This series is designed for executive directors and CEOs of charitable nonprofit organizations. This network is also open to anyone who wants to learn more about effective nonprofit leadership.

Southern Oregon (Medford)

Rogue Valley Nonprofit Network (RVNN) — This series serves the Jackson and Josephine County nonprofit communities and is designed for nonprofit leaders and volunteers who want to learn more about effective nonprofit leadership within a community of peers.

Southern Willamette Valley Oregon (Springfield)

Lane County Nonprofit Network (LCNN) — This series serves the Lane County and Southern Willamette Valley nonprofit community and is designed for nonprofit leaders and volunteers who want to learn more about effective nonprofit leadership within a community of peers.

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