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Resilience: A New Framework for Nonprofit Management
Start Date: 9/30/2022Start Time: 12:00 PM
End Date: 9/30/2022End Time: 1:00 PM
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Event Description:


Please join us for a free online event in collaboration with the National
Center on Nonprofit Enterprise:

Resilience: A New Framework for Nonprofit Management

The turbulence of recent decades has demonstrated the
fragility of nonprofit organizations, especially in periods
of crisis such as the COVID pandemic. Prevailing
management, regulatory, and financial practices
have contributed to their vulnerability. A new
paradigm of management practice based on
building resilience and navigating crises is needed
to ensure nonprofits' future viability and effectiveness.
This presentation will discuss the dimensions of this new
paradigm, based on a new book by the presenters,
Resilience and the Management of Nonprofit
Organizations (Edward Elgar, 2022).

Please register in advance for this Zoom meeting
Friday, September 30, 2022
12:00 - 1:00 PM ET


Dennis R. Young is Professor Emeritus at Case
Western Reserve University and Georgia State
University. His research and teaching interests focus
on the management and economics of nonprofit
organizations. His book Financing Nonprofits and
Other Social Enterprises (Edward Elgar, 2017) won the
2020 ARNOVA best book award.

Elizabeth A. M. Searing is an Assistant Professor of
Public and Nonprofit Management at the University of
Texas at Dallas, focusing on the financial management of
nonprofit and social enterprise organizations. She is an
editor of two books: Practicing Professional Ethics in
Economics and Public Policy (with D. Searing) and The
Social Enterprise Zoo: A Guide to Perplexed
Entrepreneurs, Philanthropists, Investors and
Policymakers (with D. Young and C. Brewer)

Contact Information:
Name: George Mitchell
  • Marxe School of Public and International Affairs

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