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Entre Familia HF Nonprofit Learning Series - Fall/Winter 2017

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Hispanic Federation, Inc.

55 Exchange Place

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New York, NY 10005

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Entre Familia is Hispanic Federation's signature series of trainings geared towards providing HF member agencies and grantees professional development opportunities and the latest information about the nonprofit industry's best practices. Throughout the year, workshops cover topics like media training, event planning, fundraising, financial management, communications, information management, board development and more.


All workshops take place at Las Americas Conference Center, 55 Exchange Place, 5th Floor, NYC 10005. For more information, contact HF Director of Membership Services Christina Ramos - 212.233.8955 x136 cramos@hispanicfederation.org. Be sure to secure a spot by registering today!



Upcoming Entre Familia Trainings Are Listed Below by Date


Tuesday, October 3, 9am-1pm

Financial Management for Nonprofit Managers Part I

Instructor: Ben Rodriguez

Efficient financial management is vital for the overall well-being of a nonprofit organization. This workshop will provide Executive Directors, Development Officers, Program Officers and Financial Managers with an in-depth overview of essential financial management concepts and practices to incorporate into your organization’s operations. The learning will be enhanced through individual and group interactive exercises.



Thursday, October 12th, 9am1pm

Financial Management Intensive for Nonprofit Managers Part II

Instructor: Ben Rodriguez

Efficient financial management is vital for the overall well-being of a nonprofit organization. This workshop will provide Executive Directors, Development Officers, Program Officers and Financial Managers with an in-depth overview of essential financial management concepts and practices to incorporate into your organization’s operations. The learning will be enhanced through individual and group interactive exercises.



Wednesday, October 25th, 9am1pm

How to Start Measuring Your Organizational & Programmatic Impact

Instructor: Julieta Mendez, and Kate Amanna, Program Managers at the Foundation Center

How do you know you are succeeding? Are you detailing your impact in the ways that appeal to new and existing funders? Measuring impact is an ever-changing one, make sure you are demonstrating your work in the best ways possible to reflect your work and to enhance your funding potential.



Wednesday, November 1st, 9 am1 pm

Digital Fundamentals: From FB to Twitter, ways to increase your impact using social media tools

Instructor: Elana Levin, Program Director & Liza Pike, Project Director at New Media Mentors and Director of Trainings at Netroots Nation

This program is based on the principle that using new media tactics such as email, social media and social action technology effectively is key to an organization’s success both on and offline. New Media Mentors’ “learning by doing” model ensures the adoption of new knowledge and skills.



Wednesday, November 8, 9 am – 1 pm

Thought Leadership: The Not So Subtle Craft of Building Leadership from Within.

Instructor: Ivy Fairchild at Landmark Consultants

As Senior Leaders, we are overtasked and with minimal time, hiring the right people around you to manage in your stead is ideal, but sometimes leadership needs to be built from within rather than sought from outside the organization. Succession planning is an essential part of doing business, no matter how certain your future appears. Whether you’re staying or leaving it is essential to find your go-to people. Building a cadre of leadership beneath you is an absolute must to ensure the mission of the organization is fulfilled. But what is leadership building, how does it look, what are some ways to create these rising leaders, and how can it impact your overall organizational mission.



Friday, December 1st, 9 am1 pm

Digital Leadership: From FB to Twitter, representing your organizational brand and building a strong campaign narrative

Instructor: Elana Levin, Program Director & Liza Pike, Project Director at New Media Mentors and Director of Trainings at Netroots Nation

This program is based on the principle that using new media tactics such as email, social media, and social action technology effectively is key to an organization’s success both on and offline. New Media Mentors’ “learning by doing” model ensures the adoption of new knowledge and skills.



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