Welcome, one and all!
We at Circus Cascadia have been bursting with our exciting news and have barely restrained ourselves from telling you all: we have officially scored our highly coveted non-profit status!!! (Oops, guess the cat is out of the bag).
In this workshop, nonprofit leaders will delve deeply into the concept of nonprofit business models, learn to assess the strengths and weaknesses of their own business model, and explore strategies for building an organization that is highly effective in its work and financially sustainable.Find out more »
Executive leadership transitions are moments of critical importance in the lives of nonprofit organizations. The Board of Directors has a special responsibility to lead and manage these powerful moments of change. What does it mean for the Board to “step up” at this critical juncture? What is involved in a “good process” for executive search and selection? How can board members create the conditions for a successful leadership transition?Find out more »
Banning DDT and the elimination of lead in gasoline were arguably the most important environmental achievements of the 20th century, yet lead poisoning remains a serious problem in many wildlife species – particularly birds of prey.Find out more »
Join three younger nonprofit high-level financial professionals to talk about the generational shift occurring in the top financial leadership positions in the nonprofit sector.Find out more »
In this workshop, you’ll learn how to identify your target audiences, craft messages that motivate them, and get the word out to the people who need to hear it. You’ll get hands-on experience using practical tools designed to make it easy to map out a winning plan for everything from fundraising to campaigning to volunteer recruitment.Find out more »
This interactive workshop will explore the rewards of board service and the fundamentals of board development.Find out more »
Jesse D’Elia and Susan Haig investigate the paleontological and observational record as well as the cultural relationships between Native American tribes and condors, providing the most complete assessment to date of the condor’s occurrence in the Pacific Northwest.Find out more »