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Event Planning in the Unknown Roundtable | Webinar

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July 22nd 2020 10:00 AM - 11:00 AM
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Fee $ 10.00

As many of us are taking our in-person events online, we are faced with making challenging decisions in order to deliver meaningful and engaging online events. Making these decisions can be difficult since no one has experience planning an event in the middle of a pandemic.

You don’t have to face these decisions alone. Join Amy Black and Abby Laine Sienkiewicz of the Colorado Association for an open discussion around making challenging decisions as you take your in-person events online. We will share some of the challenging decisions we’ve made and how we made them, as we plan our first online conference for October. 

 

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  • Free for Members
  • $10.00 for Non Members
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Presenters

Amy serves as the Manager of Special Projects, where she leads special events for the Association and its members. Amy has led projects, such as national grass-roots fundraising campaigns, cause marketing programs, and large events, for nonprofit organizations and corporate foundations for 20 years.



She strives to provide an inclusive and energized learning environment at every event to foster “bright ideas” that continue to make our community stronger.



Amy has a Journalism degree from Bowling Green State University in Bowling Green, OH.





Abby Laine Sienkiewicz is a social change agent, with a green thumb. Abby serves the Colorado nonprofit community as Vice President and Chief Impact Officer with Colorado Nonprofit Association. She is passionate about making a difference in her community, volunteering, creating space for social change, and pickling. Yes, pickling.  



Abby is a recent alum of Colorado Springs Leadership Institute, a graduate of the Leadership Pikes Peak Signature Program and a recipient of the Colorado Springs Business Journal Rising Star award. In 2016, Abby was selected as one of twelve nonprofit and philanthropic leaders under the age of 40 for the national American Express and Independent Sector’s NGen Fellows Program. She has served on multiple nonprofit advisory and governing boards.

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