Guilford Nonprofit Consortium Nonprofit Management Institute 2013 class members: Maria Hanlin, Executive Director for Habitat for Humanity of Greater Greensboro; Debra Harrison, Executive Director for Happy Girl Ministries, Inc., Jeff Horney, Executive Director for Theatre Art Galleries; Jennifer Jacobs, Administrator for Greensboro Police Foundation; Ken Keeton, Director of Development and Community Involvement for Triad Health Project; Audra Volpi, Manager of Greensboro Housing Coalition; Susan McLawhorn, Chief Operating Officer of Habitat for Humanity of Greater Greensboro; Janet McNeal, Assistant Director of Journey to Medical Careers; Brenda Mewborn, Executive Director of Girls Incorporated of Guilford County; Laura Peoples, Executive Director of Bicycling in Greensboro (BIG); Robin E. Sizemore, Executive Director of Hopscotch Adoptions, Inc., Kerry Sparks, Director of Organizational Development for Habitat for Humanity of Greater Greensboro Scott Logan, Program Director for After Gateway, Inc.
The Institute is an educational and training program designed to meet the professional development needs of local nonprofit professionals and maximize their impact in serving our community. Participants focus on specific topics in nonprofit management and organizational development, which may be put to immediate use. These practical skills are designed to help participants enhance the capacity of their organizations.
The Institute is made possible through a collaborative effort with High Point University. it is hosted and facilitated by High Point University (HPU) and the Guilford Nonprofit Consortium. The Department of Human Relations, Sociology and Nonprofit Studies at HPU provides the participatory hands-on training and development curriculum that is the primary resource for the participants' professional development experience.