Join us for the Nonprofit Connector, a virtual facilitated networking event focused on connecting individuals and organizations driving impact in the nonprofit sector!
By logging onto the event, you’ll strengthen your network with a diverse community of nonprofit professionals and leaders looking to create meaningful connections, build new partnerships, and share ideas and resources. Whether you’re looking to connect with other nonprofit professionals wanting to find opportunities to collaborate, or looking to transition into the nonprofit sector, this event is for you.
There are very few opportunities for nonprofit professionals and service providers to come together – we hope you’ll join us online for this chance to connect, coordinate, and collaborate within the sector.
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February 18th, 2021
5:55 pm ET
Sign on to the event and introduce yourself in the chat
6:00 pm ET
Introduction to the event and what to expect
6:10 pm ET
Hear from experts in the field
6:30 pm ET
Introduction to facilitated networking
6:35 pm ET
Facilitated networking round one
6:55 pm ET
Share out resources or ideas you heard
7:00 pm ET
Facilitated networking round two
7:20 pm ET
Share out resources or ideas you heard
7:25 pm ET
Wrap up and what’s upcoming
7:30 pm ET
Founder and CEO, Circles International
Eliza Ramos is the Founder and CEO of Circles International (CI). She is CI’s principal leadership and organizational development consultant. An award winning social entrepreneur, activist, healer, and advocate for social justice, Eliza launched CI in 2017 to begin building a movement for emotional health and wellbeing amongst leaders and organizations working toward peace and social justice. During her previous career as a social worker and global health practitioner, she witnessed a high rate of fatigue and burnout. She realized a direct link between the wellbeing of a leader and organization, and the impact they were either able or not able to make in their communities. She began to focus her energy on cultivating wellness and resilience circles for those in high-impact, service-oriented leadership roles, and, soon after, CI was born.
Prior to CI, she worked as a counselor and facilitator with the New York Presbyterian Hospital and as a strategic and programmatic consultant to the United Nations in New York and India, in both global wellbeing and health programs. Other past work includes consulting for various global governmental and non-governmental organizations in the United States, Mexico, Guatemala, Belize, Rwanda, Uganda, Tanzania, and Kenya. In 2012, she was selected for a Global Health Corps fellowship working with Partners in Health as a FACE AIDS Program Manager in Rwanda. After her fellowship, she joined the Global Health Corps staff to expand opportunities for their growing community of emerging leaders.
In 2012, she was awarded a Women in Leadership fellowship and Davis Projects for Peace grant for her work in healing and activism. Her writing and research has been published by the United Nations, North Shore LIJ Hospital, AIDS Center for Queens County, and the Columbia Social Work Review. She is proficient in Spanish and enjoys cross-cultural learning and exchange.
Eliza holds an M.P.H. from Harvard University, an M.S.W. from Columbia University, and a B.A. in Psychology from the University of Southern California. She is certified in mediation and conflict resolution training, wilderness emergency medicine, and Reiki. Originally from Beaverton, Oregon, she currently resides in Oakland, California, where she enjoys being part of the Bay Area’s arts, healing and activism communities.
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Nonprofit Community Partners
The online event will be recorded.