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Small & Mighty Network

Small & Mighty Network

Workshop Series

Wednesday, February 13, 2019 to Wednesday, April 10, 2019


This workshop series is for the superheroes serving small-sized Jewish nonprofits and local offices of national agencies. 

TAKES PLACE AT
Sketchpad Chicago
Chicago’s Jewish Innovation Space 
4700 N. Ravenswood, Suite B 
Chicago, IL 60640

Space is limited for this three-part series.
$72 I $54 for Sketchpad members and Spertus students/alumni
All sessions include kosher lunch.

Reserve your spot

Small organizations are critical to building a dynamic and inclusive Jewish community — yet they face unique institutional challenges. That’s why this professional development series is designed to address the important challenges faced by the multiple-hat-wearing staff of smaller organizations.

Brought to you through a partnership between SketchPad
and Spertus Institute’s Center for Jewish Leadership. 

This year’s theme is The Arc of Engagement.

Amy WishnickSession 1 | Wednesday, February 13 | 12:00-1:30 pm
How Do We Engage Our Staff and Trustees?
Led by Amy Wishnick
Management and Strategy Consultant

 

Brenda BermanSession 2 | Wednesday, March 13 | 12:00-1:30 pm
How Do We Engage Our Constituents?
Led by Brenda Berman
Marketing and Communications Consultant

 

Keren Fraiman Spertus InstituteSession 3 | Wednesday, April 10 | 12:00-1:30 pm
How Do We Evaluate Engagement and Use This Information to Grow?
Led by Dr. Keren E. Fraiman
Spertus Institute Dean and Chief Academic Officer 

Center for Jewish Leadership

Designed for professionals and
volunteers who work for and with
Jewish organizations, the Center
for Jewish Leadership
presents
opportunities to learn new skills,
hone existing talents, and gain
the expertise to foster a vibrant
Jewish future. Offerings include:

  • Graduate Degree Programs
  • Certificate Programs
  • Master Classes and Workshops
  • Lay Leadership Academy
  • Annual Leadership Symposium
  • Innovation & Collaboration Awards 

The Center for Jewish Leadership is supported by a generous grant from the Crown Family. We are grateful for their support.

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