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    Wednesday, October 25, 2017 at 06:00 PM · 28 rsvps
    LIVESTRONG Foundation in Austin, TX

    Finding Your Path to Nonprofit Leadership

    Join YNPN at One Voice Central Texas's panel on Finding Your Path to Nonprofit Leadership featuring nonprofit Executive Directors and CEOs.
    This event is specifically for young professionals and emerging leaders looking to advance their career with a nonprofit and students exploring career paths.
    Cost: $10, Hors d'oeuvres and drinks will be provided. *YNPN is raffling off free tickets leading up to the event on our facebook page*
    Topics: 
    •Path to becoming a nonprofit executive leader
    •Fostering confidence and leadership skills in going forward in your career path
    •Evaluating your strengths and identifying what you need to learn
    •How to hone your leadership skills in your current position and become a better leader within your organization
    •Hear the insights and journeys of Executive Directors
    Panelists: 
    •Adam Hauser, CEO of Meals on Wheels Central Texas
    •Paul Scott, CEO of AIDS Services of Austin
    •Marie Felan, Executive Director of AVANCE-Austin
    •Toni Townsend, Executive Director of Foundation for the Homeless

    Buy your ticket at: https://onevoicecentraltx.org/events2/finding-your-path-to-nonprofit-leadership/

    Monday, November 06, 2017 at 06:30 PM · 7 rsvps
    Cherrywood Coffeehouse in Austin, TX

    Development Committee Meeting

    If you're passionate about supporting Austin's nonprofit sector, then consider joining the Development Committee. This committee organizes our annual Do Gooder Games and strengthens connections with our current and future donors. Join us to learn more about ways to get involved! No previous YNPN Austin and/or development experience is necessary. 

    For more information: Contact Committee Chair


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