Thiinking Outside the Box: How NFPs are Adapting and Changing in a COVID-19 World













Thinking Outside the Box:
How NFPs are Adapting and Changing in a COVID-19 World
Friday, September 11
9:00 AM

The last six months have been unprecedented on a world-wide scale. All businesses, both for-profit and not-for-profit, have had to get creative and innovative in order to survive and thrive. Sitting still and doing nothing was not an option. Hear from executives and leaders in the Westchester business community as they share their strategies and ideas for keeping their organizations on course for growth and success. Re-assessing client/customer demands and expectations, revamping organizational strategy and rethinking branding and marketing plans are just a few topics that will be discussed.

Key points of discussion:

  • Knowing your options and utilizing the information effectively and strategically
  • Prioritizing your goals, options and expectations
  • Lessons learned six months in
  • Creative ways to keep revenue streams going 

Moderator: Marsha Gordon, President & CEO, Business Council of Westchester
Panelists:

  • Michael Gitlitz, Executive Director, Katonah Museum of Art
  • Karen Erren, President & CEO-Feeding Westchester
  • Kathy Halas, Executive Director-Child Care Council of Westchester, Inc.
  • Joseph Kenner, President & CEO-Greyston Foundation

Registration required to attend this virtual event. Please use the link provided upon registration to join the call. For questions, contact Linda Tyler, Director of Membership.



Sponsored by:

Business of Your Business
Sterling National Bank
United Way of Westchester and Putnam