How can you attract and retain the best and brightest in your community? Join us as we examine how philanthropy is leveraging the reverse scholarship model to combat the "brain drain." Learn about work that's underway, early successes we are seeing and how you can model this work in your own community.
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Randy Maiers, president & CEO, Community Foundation of St. Clair County
Randy Maiers has been the President & CEO of the Community Foundation of St. Clair County since 2002. Prior to coming to St. Clair County Randy was the director of an education foundation in Metro Detroit, where he oversaw grant programs targeting engineering education at colleges and universities throughout North America. Randy is a graduate of Eastern Michigan University, and he began his career in nonprofit management in 1990 when he joined the staff of the Michigan Art-Train in Ann Arbor. He also spent several years with the American Heart Association until he took his first foundation job in 1997.
Lisa Workman, president. Community Foundation for Crawford County
Lisa became the President of the Foundation in June of 2014. She has vast experience in fundraising and managing large organizations that serve the public, including the American Heart Association, the American Red Cross, the American Cancer Society, and the United Way. Lisa is always happy to speak with individuals or groups on the various ways of supporting TCF4CC as well as answering any questions about applications and our website content.
CMF Members: $35
February 14, 2018 at 12 Noon EST
The Tri-State Community Foundation Webinar Series is a program offering made possible through an agreement between The Council of Michigan Foundations, Philanthropy Ohio and Indiana Philanthropy Alliance. The webinars will be designed for (but not exclusive to) community foundations.
This webinar is hosted by Council of Michigan Foundation