Board Member Training: Key Emerging Trends that Are Shaping the Nonprofit World: Implications for Nonprofit Leaders
Executive to Executive Series #3: Using Social Impact Bond Financing to Improve Social Services
Managing Your Annual Fund: Letters, Relationship, and Board Involvement
Introduction to MS Excel (2010/2013)
Creating Sustainable Funding For Your Nonprofit
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Donna Murray-BrownDonna Murray-Brown joined MNA in late 2009 as Director of the Metro Detroit Partnership Office. Later, her responsibilities increased to become Senior Director of Capacity Building, expanding her work across the state of Michigan. In her dual role, she led a successful strategic alliance program for arts and culture organizations in Metro Detroit; led the merger negotiations of four organizations to create the Belle Isle Park Conservancy, attracted national program partnerships including New York based, National Urban Fellows to catalyze a culturally diverse pipeline of nonprofit leaders and Wisconsin based, Public Allies, a national service program to augment the education achievement and workforce development work of Metro Detroit nonprofits; and to bring a national service program cultural competency program investment from the New York based National Urban Fellows, and Public Allies. Donna now serves as president and CEO for Michigan Nonprofit Association and is the first woman president in the organization’s history. She resides in Detroit, Michigan with her husband and three teen children.