Melissa Sampson McMorrow Moderates AiP Boston: Transformative Strategy for Nonprofit Scale and SustainabilityPrint PDF
Melissa Sampson McMorrow, chair of Nutter’s Tax Department and co-chair of the Nonprofit and Social Impact practice group, will moderate AiP Boston: Transformative Strategy for Nonprofit Scale and Sustainability. Drawing upon direct experience, this session will offer an in-depth look at the success, challenges, and outcomes of a merger between two organizations; alternative collaborative strategy options for gaining scale; and new ways to approach and develop philanthropic partnerships as a means of impacting scalability and positioning for the future.
The Boston Chapter of Advisors in Philanthropy (AiP) was formed from the group previously known at BPART. After nearly 10 years as an all-volunteer organization serving Boston’s philanthropic community, the Steering Committee voted in fall 2018 to continue service through membership in the national organization, The International Association of Advisors in Philanthropy.
Note: 1 hour of CPE credit may be earned by attending this webinar. If you are interested, upon completion of the webinar please contact NutterEvents@nutter.com.
Tuesday, June 23, 2020
4-5 PM EST
* Rescheduled from March 16