SCORE - Nonprofit Series II (Part 2): How to Run a Successful Nonprofit

6:00 PM - 8:00 PM
Greenwich Library
Meeting Room

Event Details

This workshop is the second in a two-part series on nonprofits. The session focuses on key components for operating a successful nonprofit organization, including best practices and risks. In this presentation, you will learn:
  • Mission and goal setting
  • Governance and role of the board
  • Management and volunteers
  • Accounting for non-profits
  • Marketing and public relations
The workshop will be presented by two speakers:
  • Marjolijn Baxendale: Over the past decades, Marjolijn had led nonprofit organizations, both as a professional as well as a volunteer. Sitting at both sides of the table has given her a unique perspective on the strengths, weakness, opportunities, and threats leaders in the nonprofit world should know. Marjolijn has been a board director for Tri-State United Way, Executive Director of United Way, Westport and Weston until 2009 and founder of
  • Valerie Williams received her undergraduate degree from Western CT State University. She began her career at Fairfield Hills Hospital, a state-run psychiatric institution for the mentally ill. Since 2006 Valerie Williams has been Executive Director of Keystone House, Inc, a nonprofit in Norwalk, CT. With a staff of 43 employees and a Board of ten volunteers, Keystone provides residential service, case management, and social support to over 250 adults with mental illness.
The program is free to the public. Registration starts at 5:30 pm. Please Click Here for registration.

Event Type(s): Business
Age Group(s): Adults
Presenter: Marjolijn Baxendale and Valerie Williams
Michele Martin
(203) 625-6533