The 4th Annual Hastings Nonprofit Leadership Conference





2020 Hastings Nonprofit Leadership Conference

March 17, 2020 - Hastings College, Hazelrigg Student Union (we hope)

2020 Hastings Nonprofit Leadership Conference full agenda

Tuesday, March 17th, 2020

Hazelrigg Student Union, Hastings College


Training Agenda:

8:30-9:00  Registration


9:00-10:15  Session ONE


          A&B.  Collaboration and Innovation


          C.  Visioning and Strategy

10:15 Networking Break 

10:30-11:45 Session TWO

A&B.  Effective Volunteer Recruitment and Engagement

          C.  Preparing for the 2020 Census

11:45-12:45 Lunch

          A&B. Local Grant Funding

12:45-2:00  Session THREE

          A&B.   Facilitating Meaningful Conversations

          C.   Nonprofits are Awesome

2:00 Networking Break

2:15-3:30  Session FOUR

         A&B.  Financial Management for Nonprofit Dummies 

         C.  Intercultural Development and Inclusion


3:30-3:45  A&B  Networking Wrap-up, evaluations & one organization will win a free, year-long membership to the Nonprofit Association of the Midlands!


3:45-4:45  Social Hour at the Jackson Dinsdale Arts Center


Presenters (in order of appearance)

Amy Sandeen, Executive Director of the Prairie Loft Center - Amy grew up in Hastings, then worked with nonprofits in St. Paul/Minneapolis for eighteen years before moving back to her roots in 2008 to help establish Prairie Loft.  Amy's professional background is in experiential education and nonprofit management. She has worked with schools, nonprofits, outdoor education centers, and wilderness programs in Minnesota, Wisconsin, Massachusetts, and Nebraska. Amy serves on the Humanities Nebraska Council and is an adjunct instructor with Hastings College. She works with local groups to enhance strategic planning, community culture, inclusive approaches, and leadership skills. Amy is also a musician and photographer and loves sharing outdoor experiences with others.