Join us this fall for a new virtual lunchtime speaker series with exciting and innovative nonprofit leaders. Next in our Lunch with Nonprofit Leaders series is a conversation led by Assistant Professor Claire Dunning with Terri Freeman, where they'll discuss addressing social problems with philanthropy (among many other topics!). Terri is the President of the National Civil Rights Museum. She is the Former President of the Community Foundation of the National Capital Region.
Each conversation will begin at 12 pm and start with a 20-30 minute interview, which will be recorded for use in UMD nonprofit management and leadership courses. When the interview concludes, the conversation will open up for you to interact with the guest and ask questions. We will host these conversations (almost) weekly from September through November. We hope you'll join us for as many as you can!
After signing up, you will receive a calendar invitation with a link to the video conference.