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3 Strategies to Crisis-Proof your Nonprofit

February, 13 2:00 – 3:00 pm ET

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As nonprofit leaders continue to feel the impacts of the pandemic and face an uncertain economic future, they must work to build resiliency in their organizations so they can continue providing support in their communities. How can you set your organization up for long-term success during unstable times?

Join us to learn how to
  • Encourage out-of-the-box thinking and problem-solving
  • Make data-driven decisions and encourage a data-driven culture
  • Prioritize engagement among your staff and community partners to combat the “Great Resignation”


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Meet Stephanie Player, a highly skilled and experienced Social Work professional with 15 years of experience in the anti-violence field, who currently serves as the Program Director of Victim Services at the Women’s Center – Youth & Family Services in Stockton, California. In this role, Stephanie is primarily responsible for overseeing direct service programming for survivors of domestic violence, sexual assault and human trafficking, as well as designing and managing the organization’s Apricot database and data reporting systems. Her expertise and leadership have recently led to a significant accomplishment in the organization: the extensive restructuring of the center’s Apricot database to streamline data entry and collection processes, and remove program data silos, ultimately resulting in optimized productivity, increased team collaboration, and improved outcomes for the individuals and families the organization serves each and every day. Her continued goals are to ensure data practices are simplified and efficient in order to allow team members to focus on their “heart” work with clients, and continue to innovate and improve the way data is collected, interpreted, and shared.

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Director, Solutions Architecture at Social Solutions

Jill Guffey is the Director of Solution Architecture for Bonterra’s case management products. She and her team help customers determine which Bonterra products will best help their organization to drive efficient outcome measurement and management. Prior to joining Bonterra, Jill was a Bonterra customer herself, serving as the Director of Information Technology for 10 years for a statewide nonprofit organization in Florida.

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