Classes, Workshops, Presentations, and Publications

Elizabeth Scott, PhD, CEO/President

Elizabeth Scott, CEO/President
Good Governance, The Context for Innovative Board Leadership
Center for Nonprofit Advancement
February 16, 1:30-2:30 (Virtual)

High-performing boards are guided by a sound mission and a compelling vision. Within this context, agile boards identify strategies for moving forward. Without it, strategic plans become static and rob leadership of the flexibility needed to be innovative and responsive.

This workshop is designed to help you reframe your organization’s mission as the guidepost for leadership, decision-making, and discussion—and to ensure strategic momentum by leading with vision. Through the use of real-life best practice examples, we will discuss the differences and anticipated impact of operational, strategic, and generative boards.

Register here

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Swafia Ames, Managing Director
The Leadership Imperative: How to Operationalize Diversity, Equity and Inclusion
New Jersey Banker Quarterly Magazine

Swafia Ames talks about how organizations and businesses can do more than just talk about Diversity, Equity and Inclusion.

Read the complete article here (page 10)

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Amber Myers, People Strategy Consultant
Podcast: Conversations with Leading Women in Business
August, 2022

Amber Myers talks about her career path and the Diversity, Equity, and Inclusion work that Brighter Strategies does.

Listen to the podcast here.

Elizabeth Scott, PhD, CEO/President
“You Learn Life by Living It”
Profiles in Success

Our CEO talks with Gordon Bernhardt of Profiles in Success about our work, and her journey to get here.

Listen here.

Elizabeth Scott, PhD, CEO/President
The Pandemic and the Nonprofit Sector
Mission Impact Podcast

Our CEO talks with Carol Hamilton of the Mission Impact podcast about how the pandemic has changed nonprofit culture, and how your nonprofit can make sure you’re making the necessary changes as well.

Listen here.

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Covid-19 & Racial Inequity in the Greater Washington Nonprofit Sector

The Center for Nonprofit Advancement commissioned research from Brighter Strategies as part of a regional study to determine how to structure support that best serves area needs. The data collected focused on the impact of the pandemic and racial inequity in our region—Washington, DC, Maryland and Virginia—and is important to the proprieties and action agendas for all sectors. You can view the presentation of the results, and download the results, here.

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