Leadership Lunch w/ Executive Director of NPOWER
Posted by on October 7, 2005
Leadership Lunch w/ Executive Director of NPOWER, Lisa Shulock
DATE: Thursday, October 20th
LOCATION: NPower Pennsylvania’s’s offices, 1211 Chestnut St., 4th floor
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(Space is VERY limited, so please register soon. Be sure to cancel your registration if you end up not being able to attend.)
Our Leadership Lunch Series are brown bag lunch discussions hosted by Philadelphia area nonprofit executives.
Join us for our next Leadership Lunch hosted by Lisa Shulock, Executive Director of NPower. Lisa is the founding Executive Director of NPower Pennsylvania. Prior to starting up NPower PA in 2002, she served as the Executive Director of CHOICE and Director of Operations for Project H.O.M.E., leading major technology implementations at both nonprofits. She has also served as a congressional staffer for Representative Edward J. Markey. Her for-profit experience includes work as a senior information systems manager at Digital Equipment Corporation and vice president for business development of a start-up recycling company. Lisa holds a Masters in Public and Private Management from Yale University and a BA in Environmental Studies from the University of Vermont.
Ms. Shulock will lead an informal discussion with an intimate group of aspiring nonprofit leaders around her experience of managing a dynamic nonprofit organization and her own professional development, in addition to answering questions from the group. To learn more about the work of NPOWER, please visit http://www.npowerpa.org/
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