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Keynote speaker Eddie Torres is the president & CEO of Grantmakers in the Arts, the only national association of public and private arts and culture funders in the U.S. Grantmakers in the Arts provides both service and leadership that advances the use of philanthropic and governmental resources to support the growth of the arts and culture. Eddie joined Grantmakers in the Arts after having served as deputy commissioner for cultural affairs for New York City, where he participated in the development of the city’s first cultural plan, its long-term sustainability plan, and a study of the diversity of its 1,000+ cultural organizations. Prior to that, Eddie served as a program officer for The Rockefeller Foundation. He also has served as director of external partnerships for Parsons the New School for Design, on the arts and culture team at The Ford Foundation, as well as on the staff of the Bronx Council on the Arts. He holds a Master of Arts in Art History from Hunter College and a Master of Science in Management from The New School.

 

Breakout Session Presenters

Kari Aanestad is the director of advancement at the Minnesota Council of Nonprofits (MCN). In this role, Kari advances the mission and work of MCN and Minnesota’s nonprofit sector through strategic visioning, fundraising, relationship development, sector research, and education. She also serves as the editor of MCN’s major fundraising resources such as the Minnesota Grants Directory and the Minnesota Grants Alert. Kari holds a bachelor of arts in English and political science from Augsburg College and a master of divinity from Luther Seminary. Most recently she served as development manager for MCN. Kari brings a holistic wealth of experience to her role including international travel to over 20 countries, hospital chaplaincy in England, and teaching and tutoring positions ranging from elementary to post-graduate levels in writing and compassionate communication.

Ben Aase is a principal with CLA, and leads the firm’s national nonprofit consulting practice. Ben works with a range of clients nationwide to drive change and results at the intersection of strategy, finance, and operations. Prior to joining CLA, Ben helped start a company that provided accounting and financial advisory services to schools. Ben is a director of the Cargill Foundation, co-founder and board member of Impact Hub MSP, and former review board member for the Impact Ventures division of the Minnesota Cup. Ben was recently named a 2018 (Real) Power 50 by Minnesota Business Magazine. Ben has his B.A. in economics from Colorado College and an M.B.A. with an emphasis in strategy, finance, and entrepreneurship from the Carlson School of Management at the University of Minnesota. 

Steve Anseth, certified public accountant, is a partner at Abdo Eick & Meyers (AEM), a top accounting firm located in Minnesota. In his role at AEM, Steve leads the firm's nonprofit segment. Steve and his team work with over 100 nonprofit organizations from the metro area and outstate Minnesota. He helps nonprofits succeed by improving their operations and internal controls. Prior to becoming a public accountant, he spent 12 years with a large national nonprofit organization. This experience gave him an in-depth understanding of how—and why—nonprofits operate. He has more than 25 years of experience working in and for nonprofit organizations. Steve holds a B.S. in accounting from the University of Minnesota and an M.A. in theological studies from Bethel Seminary.

Allison Barmann joined the Bush Foundation in 2013 to lead the strategy and learning team. In this role, she helps the Foundation do more good every year, ensuring continuous learning and improvement of their program strategies and operations. Previously, Allison was a strategy consultant with McKinsey & Company and directed the Itasca Project. She earned her M.B.A. from the Kellogg School of Management at Northwestern University and her B.S. in Mechanical Engineering from MIT. Allison has served on the boards of Hiawatha Academies, Genesys Works–Twin Cities and Generation Next. She is a 2014 Presidio Institute Cross-sector Leadership Fellow, was named a "40 Under 40" leader by the Minneapolis St. Paul Business Journal in 2013 and was a 2010 Humphrey Institute Policy Fellow.

Kate Barr is president and CEO of Propel Nonprofits, whose mission is to fuel the impact and effectiveness of nonprofits with guidance, expertise and capital. She oversees strategic and business planning, development and external relations. She led the merger of Nonprofits Assistance Fund and MAP for Nonprofits in 2017 to create a premier resource for nonprofits. She is a national leader, speaker and writer on nonprofit strategy and finance. Before joining the organization in 2000, Kate was a bank executive and an arts administrator. She has served on numerous nonprofit boards, currently for Borealis Philanthropy, and the Jerome and Camargo Foundations.

John Bell has a background in fine art, receiving his bachelor’s degree from Grinnell College and his master of fine arts from the Minneapolis College of Art and Design. John developed an interest in and capacity for nonprofit finance as an office manager and accountant at the Minnesota Private College Council from 2010 to 2013. John has been the business manager at Springboard for the Arts from 2013 to the present, overseeing the organization’s finances and administration while managing Incubator, Springboard’s fiscal sponsorship program.

A respected and accomplished leader within the Twin Cities nonprofit community, Dawne Brown White has a passion for building relationships and growing programs to meet community needs, especially those that strengthen children and families. Since moving to the Twin Cities from Canada, she held positions with the Girl Scouts, the University of Minnesota and the Ronald McDonald House before starting her own nonprofit. She now serves as the CEO for COMPAS, Inc., a state-wide arts organization and is a Saint Paul Lean In Circle facilitator. She also serves on a community foundation and an organization that prevents and mitigates the effects of domestic violence. Dawne has a B.A. in psychology and a B.S. and graduate level work in human resource development.

Nicole Deters has over 25 years of experience in the nonprofit sector. She is currently the CEO of EVOLVE Adoption & Family Services working in family preservation, foster care, and family permanency. With an emphasis in child welfare and disabilities, she has served as the CEO of several Minnesota and Colorado nonprofits that promote healthy communities, including: No Barriers USA, Vinland National Center, Pikes Peak Therapeutic Riding Center, and FamilyWise. She serves on the Foster Care Task Force through National Council for Adoption and steering committee for Minnesota’s Quality Parenting Initiative. In addition, she is a member of serval local legislative policy and systems change committees to reform Minnesota’s child welfare systems and volunteers at Gifts for Seniors. Nicole holds a master of public administration from the University of Colorado.

Danielle Gangelhoff started her 15-year nonprofit career as a “utility player,” learning and working in everything from event planning to finance, operations, business development, and program management. Her experience led her to her current role as the director of the fiscal sponsorship program at Propel Nonprofits, which she developed and launched in 2014. Propel’s fiscal sponsorship program supports high-potential, emerging organizations and leaders who want to make a difference in our community by providing training, guidance, and access to charitable funding. As program director, Danielle strives to raise awareness and support for fiscal sponsorship as a valuable tool for charitable impact.

Megan Genest Tarnow is the founder and principal of The Mobius Group, a QuickBooks-centric consulting firm ferociously committed to helping nonprofits tell their stories and advance their missions through rock-solid, actionable financials, and to supporting the individuals in those organizations who have financial responsibilities. Megan also works with Gregg Bossen of QuickBooks Made Easy, providing QuickBooks technical support to nonprofits around the country.

Yohannes Ghebru is the finance manager at the Minnesota Council of Nonprofits (MCN). In his role, Yohannes oversees accounting and finance functions of MCN. He works to make sure MCN’s finances are accurate and are according to GAAP. Yohannes works closely with executive and program leadership in areas of budgeting, forecasting, and financial reporting. He coordinates Financial Management Network Lunches once a month in partnership with the event co-sponsor, Propel Nonprofits. Prior to joining MCN, Yohannes worked as finance and accounting professional in nonprofits as well as for-profits. Originally from Asmara, Eritrea, Yohannes has a B.A. in business and accounting and an M.A. in organizational management and leadership from Concordia University.

Karen Graham is a sought-after speaker, trainer, writer, and consultant with expertise in technology leadership and innovation, nonprofit software and digital strategy. As Idealware’s executive director she leads a team of researchers, presenters and writers who create technology information resources designed to help nonprofit leaders put their vision into action. Her past experience includes leading the technology consulting services and nonprofit technology learning and networking programs at MAP for Nonprofits, helping to build the nonprofit CRM/database solution provider thedatabank from a startup to a thriving software company, and various roles in arts and human services organizations. She holds an M.B.A. in nonprofit management from the University of St. Thomas.

Aretha Green-Rupert is a regional director with Otto Bremer Trust. She is responsible for grant review and management with a focus on grant making in the Twin Cities region. Aretha has over 15 years of nonprofit experience. She worked in fund development for the Girl Scouts of Minnesota and Wisconsin River Valleys and Greater Twin Cities United Way. She also served as director of youth development for the YWCA of St. Paul and director of partnership development for AchieveMpls. Aretha is on the boards of the Minnesota Council on Foundations and Minnesota Urban Debate League. She also serves on the advisory boards of the Pan African Community Endowment and MSPWin. Aretha earned a bachelor’s degree in biology from Tougaloo College and a master’s degree in horticulture from Mississippi State University.

As senior loan officer & financial specialist at Propel Nonprofits, Phil Hatlie is responsible for assisting nonprofits during the loan application, review process, and throughout the lifecycle of the loan. He has a special expertise in charter school financing. He also delivers training workshops and provides technical assistance on financial management topics to nonprofits throughout Minnesota. Prior to joining Propel Nonprofits, Phil spent 15 years working as the lead finance person at three Minnesota nonprofits. He served as a director of finance and administration for the Greater Minneapolis Council of Churches and Twin Cities Habitat for Humanity and as the director of operations for the Higher Education Consortium for Urban Affairs.

Mario Hernandez is the strategic services director of Propel Nonprofits. Mario is a firm believer of nonprofits’ ability to build and sustain a more just society. He’s been in the nonprofit sector for over 20 years, and has served in numerous executive leadership and board roles – program director, executive director, vice president and chief operating office, board chair, board vice chair, and board treasurer (numerous times!). Given his many hats with many organizations, he loves to share what he’s learned with other nonprofit leaders. Mario enjoys talking strategy; action-oriented operation plans and marketing campaigns; collective impact through collaboration; inclusive leadership development; and, paying for it all through sustainable business models.

Stacey Holland is the director of finance and operations at the Minnesota Private College Council. Stacey manages the finance and accounting, human resource, and information systems for the organizations. A dedicated professional who believes in the synergy of work and community, Stacey has balanced budgets and made wheels turn harmoniously at a variety of community-minded organizations such as Volunteers Enlisted to Assist People, Forecast Public Art, Cooperating Libraries in Consortium, Triangle Park Creative, and the National Cooperative Grocers. Stacey graduated from the University of Minnesota with a B.A. in English literature.

Jason Hunt develops outstanding leaders who use their influence to make a big impact in the lives of others. Jason's first major leadership responsibility was to run a branch of 100 church members in outer Siberia when he was 19. Since then, he has been in various leadership positions, including principal of a junior high where he turned around the culture of a school in only 2 years. Jason has a master’s degree in leadership from the University of Minnesota, is certified by the John Maxwell Leadership Institute, and is the author of The Other Side: 5 Rules for Leading with Influence.

Mary Ites is a senior consultant in CLA’s Public Sector Group. Mary assists nonprofits, state and local governments, and higher education institutions in financial operations, governance, and strategic planning. Mary has more than a decade of experience working directly in the nonprofit sector in operations and fundraising, having held positions with nonprofit organizations, including Ampersand Families, Guthrie Theater, and People Serving People.

Veena Iyer is a shareholder at Nilan Johnson Lewis PA. She counsels and represents employers in all areas of employment law. She specializes in counseling and representing nonprofits in a range of employment law matters and regularly advises clients and writes articles on religious accommodations in the employment setting. She has served as a law clerk for judges at the state and federal levels, and she previously worked for the Legal Assistance Foundation of Metropolitan Chicago representing low-income individuals in family, immigration and housing matters. She is a cum laude graduate of Harvard Law School and an honors graduate of the University of Chicago.

Becky Johnson is the finance manager at WomenVenture, a nonprofit that helps women start and grow profitable and sustainable businesses. She was previously the finance manager at with the Minnesota Council of Nonprofits (MCN). Prior to MCN, she was an auditor for Mahoney, Ulbrich, Christiansen, Russ, a small public accounting firm. She is a certified public accountant. Becky has a bachelor's degree in accounting from the Minnesota State University – Mankato.

Craig Kepler has more than 30 years of experience with a wide range of sophisticated real estate and commercial transactions. He has represented sellers and buyers, lenders and borrowers, landlords and tenants, and developers in all phases of transactional, litigation, and bankruptcy matters. Craig began representing Minnesota charter schools in 2004. Since that time, Craig has represented over 70 charter schools on matters that include facility leasing and financing, forming affiliated building companies and other structures for facility ownership, responding to authorizer notices of non-renewal and/or termination, employment issues, transportation contracts, and student discipline. Craig has been the creator of several innovative charter school facilities structures, he has presented on charter school issues at continuing education sessions, and he has worked with MACS and others on charter school legislative matters.

Don Lewis is a shareholder at Nilan Johnson Lewis PA. Don is masterful at handling critical and sensitive predicaments for clients. He has the experience, integrity, and stature that give extraordinary credibility to the solutions he crafts for those facing legal challenges, like finding an exit from a business dispute before the first deposition, or resolving a criminal inquiry before the first charges are filed. Don also finds great satisfaction in solving problems for his clients that improve someone’s livelihood and personal well-being, often turning to other disciplines and engaging other professions. He hols a B.S. in journalism from Northwestern University and a J.D. from Harvard Law School.

For nearly 20 years Kim Lowe has lawyered from the trenches with experience and her comprehensive knowledge and understanding of how both for-profit and nonprofit enterprises operate. She works with social ventures, private and public companies, limited liability companies and partnerships, nonprofit organizations and cooperatives. She masterfully navigates her clients through general business matters, corporate governance, debt and equity financing, purchase and sales, SEC and IRS compliance, business strategy joint ventures, and complex reorganizations. In the nonprofit sector, Kim has worked with all types of organizations ranging from public charities to trade associations and has counseled them through every intricacy of the nonprofit business life cycle. Kim graduated from Boston College Law School and has a B.A. in English and economics, summa cum laude, from the University of Detroit.

Gillian Martin has been a nonprofit bookkeeper since 2000, and has worked in nonprofit administration in a variety of organizations since 1989. Her background is in the arts (she has degrees in music and in theater) but she has also worked in battered women’s shelters and public radio. Gillian has a Mini-MBA in nonprofit management from the Center for Nonprofit Management at the University of St. Thomas, and has taken several other financial classes there, as well. She also completed course on 990 preparation from tax exempt law specialist Eve Borenstein.

Athena Mihas joined Greater Twin Cities United Way in 2015. Her team is responsible for the delivery of finance, facilities, and support services to our donors, volunteers, partner agencies, and employees. Athena is a longtime and passionate supporter of the nonprofit sector and has served in senior leadership roles for over 25 years. Her nonprofit leadership experience includes finance, human resources, fundraising, marketing, facilities management, direct service, and board service. Prior to United Way, Athena served in leadership roles for Volunteers of America of Minnesota and Wisconsin, Planned Parenthood Minnesota, North Dakota, South Dakota, Washburn Center for Children, Hearthstone of Minnesota, Church of St. Stephen, VISTAR Youth Horizons, and Amicus. Athena holds an M.B.A. from the University of St. Thomas and a B.A. from the University of Minnesota.

Larry Mohr is a tax partner with Baker Tilly Virchow Krause, LLP. Prior to joining Baker Tilly, Larry spent 20 years at an international firm providing tax-related services to not-for-profit organizations. He frequently consults with clients on a variety of topics, including unrelated business income issues, alternative investments, tax-exempt bond compliance, deferred compensation and related disclosures, foreign disclosures and other matters.

Adair Mosley currently serves as the president and CEO of Pillsbury United Communities, where he stewards five neighborhood centers, eight social enterprises, and the authorization of 21 charter schools. He is a proactive and visionary leader with vast experience in strategy, economic development and innovation. Prior to this, he served as Pillsbury United Communities’ chief innovation officer and chief of staff. He attended the University of Minnesota and the University of Michigan's Executive Leadership Institute. In 2014, he was an American Express Leadership Fellow, and he recently completed a certificate in human centered design at Stanford’s prestigious Institute of Design. In 2017, Adair was awarded the respected Local Legend Award from the General Mills Foundation for the embodiment of Dr. Martin Luther King Jr.’s vision and legacy.

Heidi Neff Christianson is shareholder & firm president of Nilan Johnson Lewis PA., where she represents health care and nonprofit entities. Her work includes counseling her clients regarding formation, governance and tax issues, regulatory compliance, mergers, joint ventures, collaborations, charitable solicitation, endowment fund issues, executive compensation, and corporate restructuring and dissolution. Prior to beginning a career in private practice, Heidi was an assistant attorney general in the Minnesota Attorney General’s Office where she regulated charities and private foundations. Heidi is co-chair of the Minnesota State Bar Association’s Nonprofit Committee and a member of the Executive Council of the Business Law Section of the Minnesota State Bar Association. Since 2005, Heidi has co-chaired the Minnesota CLE Nonprofit Conference. Heidi serves on the boards of Propel Nonprofits and her neighborhood association.

As part of the Propel Nonprofits team, Glyn Northington combines his passions in nonprofits, relationship development, and teaching/training into one position as he partners with nonprofit organizations to assist them in achieving their missions. Prior to this position, Glyn managed Target’s Foundation and its national arts and food philanthropic portfolios, served as marketing & communications director at The Minnesota Opera and marketing manager at The Guthrie Theater, and taught marketing at liberal arts colleges in Iowa and Missouri. He is on the board of directors of Grantmakers in the Arts, currently serving at its chair.

Peter S. Olsen is the chief financial officer of the YWCA St. Paul, where he is in charge of finance and IT. He has 19 years’ experience in the nonprofit industry, his first 12 in public accounting auditing nonprofits and the last seven working for nonprofits. Peter likes to describe it as, "Accounting is my career, but nonprofits are my passion." When not at work, he serves as the president of the board of directors for the Nonprofit Financial Group and as the vice-chair for Ideal Credit Union. Peter is a certified public accountant.

Luciano Patiño is the information technology and data manager at Propel Nonprofits. A Salesforce certified administrator and avowed geek, Luciano designs and implements Propel’s data and technology solutions. Luciano also leads workshops on cultural competency, using the Intercultural Development Inventory and other tools. Luciano has a bachelor of science in business degree from the Carlson School of Management at the University of Minnesota.

Jon Pratt is the executive director of the Minnesota Council of Nonprofits. He has worked at Minnesota Public Interest Research Group as an attorney and lobbyist, as regional director at the Youth Project, and as director for the Philanthropy Project. In 1982 he was campaign manager for Paul Wellstone candidacy for Minnesota State Auditor. In 1987 he became director of MCN, an association of 2,000 organizations that sponsors research, training, lobbying and negotiated discounts to strengthen Minnesota's nonprofit sector. Jon has consulted with nongovernmental organizations on the development of NGO associations and services in Canada, Costa Rica, Czech Republic, Hungary, Poland, Serbia and Turkey. Jon has a law degree from Antioch School of Law, and a M.P.A. from Harvard University.

Kelly Rietow helps leaders and organizations create simple and sustainable solutions to people and process challenges. She excels in aligning human resource and performance management systems with organizational strategies. With broad-based expertise in human resources, organizational development, facilitation and leadership, Kelly helps leaders and organizations be accountable and effective. Kelly has a particular passion for optimizing the performance of nonprofits and organizations experiencing growing pains. A two-time recipient of the Employers Association Best Practices Award, Kelly earned her M.B.A. from the University of St. Thomas and the professional in human resources certification through the Society for Human Resource Management.

Andrea Robideau is the executive director at SafeGenerations in Chaska. Since 2011, she has been training and consulting child welfare jurisdictions around the United States and Canada with the SafeGenerations team. Andrea is most excited about working with teams to create processes that drive a learning culture. Andrea skillfully challenges people’s assumptions and leads them to deeper thinking. In her undergraduate work she studied human communication, leadership, and psychology. Andrea has a master of arts degree from Adler Graduate School and is a licensed marriage and family therapist. Her experience includes working with adolescents and families.

Marie Ruzek serves as vice president and philanthropic specialist for Wells Fargo Philanthropic Services within The Private Bank. Marie helps individuals and families to define and achieve their charitable objectives as part of their overall wealth plans. She also works extensively with nonprofits, where she advises in the areas of gift planning, endowment management, board governance, and other management issues. Prior to joining Wells Fargo, Marie worked in the nonprofit sector for 20 years, most recently at Greater Twin Cities United Way as director of planned giving and endowment. Marie earned a bachelor of arts in business administration from Concordia College and a juris doctor from Mitchell Hamline School of Law. She holds the certified fund raising executive designation and is also the chair of the Minnesota Planned Giving Council.

Joel Swanson, a certified EOS/Traction implementer, has been running, leading, and consulting for small and mid-sized businesses his entire career. He is a proven teacher, facilitator, and coach who focuses his skills on both for-profit and nonprofit companies. He is passionate about helping business leaders elevate and empower their entire team to get the kind of organization they’ve always dreamed of. Joel has a bachelor’s degree in computer science, a master’s degree in theology, and many shelves full of books in his office.

Liz Tunheim Sheets is chief marketing officer at communications consulting firm TUNHEIM. Since 1990, TUNHEIM has successfully helped clients navigate change with thoughtful communications counsel, public relations, public affairs, and digital marketing. Liz joined TUNHEIM in 2012 and is responsible for the firm’s business development and marketing. Liz subscribes to the TUNHEIM belief that effective communications are a critical component of successful business strategy. Liz combines communications, marketing, and digital expertise from her work with numerous consumer, B2B and nonprofit organizations. Liz is adept at understanding communication needs and aligning with strategy to deliver for clients. She has worked on a wide range of issues and challenges for many exceptional clients. Liz serves on the board of COMPAS, Inc. and represents Artistry on the City of Bloomington Creative Placemaking Commission. 

Kelsey Vatsaas is a principal in CLA’s Public Sector Group. Kelsey has a background in public accounting and leverages these skills to assist nonprofits and state and local governments across the country in strategic and business planning, organizational assessments, operational efficiency, financial reporting, and governance evaluations.  Kelsey leads the firm’s practice providing assessments of clients’ financial operations and provides quality review and oversight for many of those projects nationwide.

Allison Wagstrom portfolio director & financial specialist at Propel Nonprofits, is responsible for assisting nonprofits during the loan application, review process, and throughout the lifecycle of the loan. Previously, Allison served as the associate director of the League of Women Voters Minnesota and operations director for Faith’s Lodge. Prior to her work in the nonprofit sector, she obtained a B.A. at DePauw University, served as a loan underwriter/processor for Wells Fargo Home Mortgage, and was a member of Teach for America. Passionate about motivating women to achieve their leadership potential, Allison previously served on the board of directors for Gender Justice.

Craig Warren is the vice president, enterprise solutions at the Minnesota Children’s Museum, which sparks children’s learning through play. Craig leverages over 20 years of global experience in the public, private, and nonprofit sectors to serve as a catalyst for achieving strategic outcomes. Previously, Craig was chief operating officer at Greater Twin Cities United Way. His professional experience also includes leadership roles at Best Buy, Rockwell Automation, The Coca-Cola Company, Towers Perrin, and the United States Army. Craig earned a M.A. in public policy from the University of Chicago and a B.A. in political science and anthropology from The Johns Hopkins University. He serves on the East Side Neighborhood Services board of directors and also volunteers as a senior advisor to New Sector Alliance.

Acacia Willey is a senior accounting & finance consultant at Propel Nonprofits. Acacia has been working in the nonprofit sector for over 18 years. She has experience in a variety of roles: technology support, program management, financial management, human resources, and fundraising. Prior to joining Propel Nonprofits, Acacia was a senior accountant at a public accounting firm. She has since determined she is a nonprofit lifer! With a passion for helping others and a natural gift for problem solving and analyzing numbers, there’s no better way to support nonprofits carrying out their missions than to coach, train, and teach nonprofit organizations and accounting professionals.

Tracey Zephier has broad experience in tribal/state relations, economic development, and state administration. Tracey currently serves as the attorney general for Cheyenne River Sioux Tribe. Prior to that, she was a partner in the Rapid City, South Dakota, law firm of Fredericks, Peebles & Morgan, and previously was the president and CEO of First Nations Oweesta Corporation, focusing on creating and sustaining Native community development financial institutions on Indian reservations throughout the United States. Tracey has also served as a banker, an auditor for the South Dakota Department of Labor, and executive director of the South Dakota Equal Justice Commission. An enrolled member of the Cheyenne River Sioux Tribe, she was named to the first cohort of the Bush Foundation’s Native Nation Rebuilders Program in 2010.

Amanda Ziebell Mawanda is a strategic services consultant at Propel Nonprofits. Amanda has over a decade of experience working in the nonprofit sector as a consultant and is focused on building common vision, igniting creativity, and unleashing energy for positive change. She brings her experience in organizational leadership and development, including change management, strategic planning, and board development, to her consulting practice. Amanda was formerly responsible for providing strategic network development in the areas of education equity and faith-based action at two different organizations. She believes deeply in the power of our communities to create a more just and equitable world; she seeks to strengthen this power by building more positive organizational cultures, fostering learning environments that encourage full participation and creativity, and strengthening relationships.

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Nonprofit Finance and
Sustainability Conference

April 11, 2019
7:30 a.m. - 4:30 p.m.
Earle Brown Heritage Center
6155 Earle Brown Dr. 
Brooklyn Center, MN 

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