12 Days of YNPN – Shoutout to YOU for Excellent Leadership
Since we’re taking the time to reflect on what a year it has been, we want to spotlight some of the great things that YOU’ve done this year.
It makes all of us in the network extremely proud to be apart of such a great team when we see our comrades doing well. So thank you, for making this sector diverse. Thank for putting in your time and energy to make a difference, to develop the next generation of leaders. In that, whether you know it or not, you’re doing what we want everyone to do, which is lead where they are.
You’re proving that you don’t have to be a C-level executive to do good. Your passion, drive, and persistence to see change is what inspires us and motivates us to be the leaders we wish to see.
So here some of you are. We can’t wait to see all the excellent things each and every chapter does in 2016. YNPNers, we graciously thank you.
Our Louisville chapter hosted a 90 second elevator Pitch competition in support of the Community Foundation of Lousiville’s #GiveLocalLou campaign. Winner took all for their nonprofit.
Rachel Bruns, YNPN Des Moines
Rachel was recognized as Active Member of the Year at the Junior League of Des Moines Annual Meeting
First Nonprofit Foundation awarded $7,500 to Young Nonprofit Professionals Network (YNPN) of Chicago to launch the fifth annual Leadership Institute (LI). Find out more here.
Lauren Thomas Priest, YNPN Cleveland
Lauren received the Northeast Ohio Top 25 Under 35 Movers & Shakers Award from the Cleveland Professional 20/30 Club
Our Atlanta chapter hosted Tjuan Dogan, Citizenship and Corporate Affairs Manager, IBM, at one of their Coffee with an Expert Sessions