Building a Powerful Grants Calendar for 2013-2014
This webinar will take participants through the process of establishing a grants calendar for the next 12 to 18 months.For beginning, intermediate and advanced grantwriters.
Presented by Cynthia Adams, CEO, GrantStation.
Discounted MNA Member Rate: $25 Discounted Non-Member Rate: $60
This webinar has been re-scheduled for July 16, 2:00-3:30pm.
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Michigan Civic Health Index
This April, Michigan Nonprofit Association and its partners released the inaugural Michigan Civic Health Index. The report, authored in partnership with the National Conference on Citizenship, is a measure of how actively Michigan citizens are engaged in their communities through important civic activities such as voting, volunteering, and charitable contributions. A PDF version of the Michigan Civic Health Index can be found by clicking here.
Michigan Nonprofit Association names Donna Murray-Brown as President and Chief Executive Officer
Michigan Nonprofit Association (MNA) today named Donna Murray-Brown as President and Chief Executive Officer of the group that serves as the collective voice advocating for Michigan’s nonprofit organizations. Donna Murray-Brown has served the MNA as director, Metro Detroit Partnership since November 2010.
"The selection of Donna Murray-Brown as the new President and CEO of MNA is a true investment in the future of the nonprofit sector in Michigan," said Sheilah Clay, MNA board chair. "Donna brings passionate and visionary leadership to one of the most economically stabilizing sectors in our state. She is well respected as a champion of change in the nonprofit and corporate communities. We look forward to her inspiring leadership."
"I am thrilled and humbled to begin my service as President and CEO of the Michigan Nonprofit Association," said Murray-Brown. "Expanding partnerships, building membership value, enhancing colleague job satisfaction and providing leadership for the nonprofit sector will be my primary goals."
In her role at MNA, Donna Murray-Brown also served as senior director of capacity building and has managed nonprofit strategic alliances in the arts and culture community in southeast Michigan. Murray-Brown also worked as a vice president of community reinvestment for Charter One Bank in Southfield, and served as an assistant vice president for Fifth Third Bank in Southfield.
Donna Murray-Brown is a Detroit resident and is very active in volunteer board leadership. Murray-Brown serves on the board for Detroit Public Television, is a member of Delta Sigma Theta Sorority, and serves as a state commissioner for the Offices for Services to the Aging.
For additional details and to read the full press release, please click here.