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Ahmi 2010 Flyer

Ahmi 2010 Flyer

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American Humanics Advanced Practitioner Seminar - 800-343-6466 - www.humanics.org/APS
American Humanics, a national leader in nonprofit management and leadership preparation, isproud to announce the 2010 Professional Development Seminar (PDS) that will be held inconjunction with the American Humanics Management and Leadership Institute. Co-sponsoredby Marshall Howard and Associates and the National Human Services Assembly HumanResources Council, the Professional Development Seminar (PDS) will provide programming forentry-level to mid-level nonprofit leaders, as well as faculty and graduate students in the areasof Fundraising and Grant Writing, Diversity and Inclusion, Strategic Visioning, Levering Assets,and Board and Leadership Development (see reverse for a sample of session offerings).
National presenters include
Matt Dunne, Manager of US Community Affairs, GoogleKay Barnes, Former Mayor, Kansas City, MOKen Gladish, Executive Director, Austin CommunityFoundation and Former ED, YMCA of the USARalph Reid, President, Sprint FoundationIrv Katz, CEO, National Human Services AssemblyJane Massey, COO, March of DimesDave Thomas, Vice President of Diversity and Inclusion,YMCA of the USAPasquale Trozzolo, Chief Executive Officer, TrozzoloCommunications GroupMarshall Howard, President, MH&AJohn Vaughn, Vice President, DST SystemsWho Should Attend:Entry-level and mid-level professionalsNonprofit, foundation & association staffFundraising support staff and consultantsFaculty and graduate students and staffThose seeking nonprofit employment
Registration information:Programming runs from 8:30am-5:30 pm, January 4, and 9:00
4:30 pm January 5, 2010Lunch is includedRegistration fee: $150 for each full day of programming
registration discounts (of up to 30%) areavailable by contacting American Humanics
Participants aren’t locked into a specific track and can customize their seminar 
experience.A full list of workshops and registration information can be found at:
Monday, January 4 and Tuesday, January 5, 2010 

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