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Longmont Community Foundation holding workshop on organization success in challenging times

Nonprofit leaders, board members and key volunteers all encouraged to attend.
Supplied photo of Jennie Arbogash

Join us for this workshop from Jennie Arbogash of Jennie Arbogash Consulting. In this interactive session, Arbogash will explore how to focus your organization on the critical actions that lead to success in challenging times.

Participants will: 

  • Learn how to engage the entire organization on a cycle that creates value. 
  • Understand the fundamental skills needed to implement the cycle. 
  • Explore how to apply these lessons in their own organization. 

Who should attend:

  • Nonprofit leaders
  • Board members
  • Key volunteers


Time and Date

  • Nov. 20, 10 to 11:30 a.m.
  • Zoom link will be provided after sign up

About Jennie Arbogash

Having worked continuously in the nonprofit sector for 25-plus years, Arbogash is committed to social justice and has developed expertise in leadership, management, governance, strategy and planning, organizational development, philanthropy, social enterprise, facilitation and volunteer management. She is a graduate of the Masters in Nonprofit Management program at Regis University, a Colorado Trust Fellow and co-author of a capacity assessment process for nonprofit organizations. 

Arbogash believes she was born to engage incredible people and organizations in creating social justice together. For a long time, she did this by working and volunteering with direct service nonprofits. She and her colleagues were passionate and hard-working, trying to help more people flourish. But rarely were teams effectively running the business behind the mission — she felt alone, stressed and unhappy. There had to be a better way to do this important work…

And then she found Social Venture Partners Boulder County. As the CEO of SVP, she found a new way to impact communities. There she got to create partnerships, consult, train and facilitate volunteers to help nonprofits use proven business practices so their participants could thrive. Desiring a deeper connection with nonprofits, after twelve years it was time for her to start her own consulting business — Jennie Arbogash Consulting.

She lives with her husband, Tim, and favorite canine, Mischa, in Longmont, and currently volunteers with Social Venture Partners International (board member), Social Venture Partners Boulder County, Resource Central (board member), Longmont Community Foundation, League of Women Voters Boulder County and more