Nonprofit Breakfast Series to offer sessions on nonprofit administration

Author: William G. Gilroy

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Leaders and volunteers from nonprofit organizations are invited to participate in the University of Notre Dame Nonprofit Breakfast Series beginning in February. This year’s four-part series is designed to help organizations and community volunteers learn about various areas of nonprofit administration from local experts.

Sponsored by the University’s Office of Public Affairs and Nonprofit Certificate Education in the Mendoza College of Business, the Tuesday morning sessions are:

  1. February 28: “Foresight and Innovation,” presented by Sam Miller, director of Notre Dame’s Gigot Center and concurrent associate professional specialist.
  1. March 28: “What Do Grant Makers Want? A Former Program Officer’s Perspective,” presented by Angela Logan, Notre Dame Nonprofit Professional Development associate and concurrent professional specialist.
  1. April 25: “Essentials of Strategic Planning: What Works, What Doesn’t and How to Use My Plan to Drive Results,” presented by John Michel, Notre Dame associate professional specialist
  1. May 30: “Facilitating Effective Meetings,” presented by Carol Mullaney, director of Notre Dame’s Office of Continuous Improvement and concurrent professional specialist, Angela Knobloch, senior program director, Office of Continuous Improvement and Duane Wilson, program director, Office of Continuous Improvement.

The cost to participate in all four sessions is $100, which covers course materials and a hot breakfast. The sessions will be held in the Jordan Auditorium of the Mendoza College of Business with breakfast from 7 to 8 a.m. and presentations from 8 to 9:30 a.m. A question and answer session between participants and presenters is conducted during each gathering. Registration is available online at:

Contact: Kim Brumbaugh, program manager, Nonprofit Certificate Education,

Originally published by William G. Gilroy at on January 12, 2017.