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Executive Director (E2E) Peer Networking Session (Wilmington)
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Registration has been closed for this Executive Director Peer Networking Session in Wilmington. Please watch our calendar for future dates this event may be held.

When: Wednesday, November 30, 2016
From 8:30 AM to 9:30 AM
Where: Community Services Building
100 W. 10th Street
Room 9
Wilmington, Delaware  19801
United States
Contact: Sheila Bravo

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Executive Director to Executive Director (E2E) Peer Networking Session

November Topic: TBD

These closed-door sessions will allow Executive Directors to learn best practices on topics unique to their role, as well as discuss challenges and opportunities they face in their leadership.  This new program is available in three locations each month to member Executive Director/CEOs only.  Facilitated by DANA CEO Sheila Bravo, the discussion groups will encourage peer learning on timely meaningful topics. The first session in February will be a DANA selected topic.  After that monthly session topics will be promoted based on the interest expressed from previous month participants. 

Session flow:

  • 15 minutes best practice sharing by Sheila Bravo on selected topic
  • 15 -20 minute discussion by group participants on the promoted topic
  • Remaining time will be open for discussion on issues brought forth by the participants 

Instructor: Sheila Bravo
Sheila Bravo joined the Delaware Alliance for Nonprofit Advancement, or DANA, as  President and CEO in September last year.   She previously served as Executive Director of the Rehoboth Art League. Prior to that, she provided board training, strategic planning, new product development and marketing consulting to small businesses and nonprofits.  She began her career in advertising, then in leadership positions for global consumer brands.  Throughout her time, she was an active volunteer, and valued the passion and purpose of the many nonprofits in which she worked.  Her interests led her to pursue a doctorate in organizational leadership, specializing in non-profit governance.  Her dissertation on factors that influence nonprofit board member engagement was the first of its kind to study this subject with Delaware nonprofits Boards.

Bravo has a PhD in Organizational Leadership from the University of Maryland Eastern Shore, an MBA in International Business from Thunderbird School of Global Management, and a BS in Business and Languages from Millersville University. 

NOTE: In order to have a meaningful experience, a minimum of 3 attendees must be registered for the event to proceed.