WEBINAR: Looking Forward - How Nonprofits Can Emerge Stronger from COVID-19

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Nonprofits have faced significant challenges during COVID-19. Thankfully, with recent vaccine developments it looks like there is finally a light at the end of the tunnel. There is no time like the present for organizations to start thinking about the future, and it isn’t as simple as “flipping the switch.”

Considerations such as client needs, program offerings, delivery methods, employee and volunteer re-integration much be addressed, as well as when and how to transition. Nonprofits must to look to the future not the past, as so much has changed since the pandemic began.

In this session, we’ll discuss the need to be strategic about the future, key things nonprofits need to prepare for, and ideas to help them successfully evolve—and thrive—in this new world.

Participants will learn:

  • How to think about life after COVID-19
  • Where to focus your attention in planning efforts
  • Practical decision-making approaches
  • What you need to do right now to prepare

About the Speaker

Tom Morley is Founder and President of Snowflake LLC, a Certified B Corporation® consultancy helping organizations transform lives and communities. Prior to launching Snowflake, he spent over 13 years with BearingPoint and Deloitte, where he was a senior-level manager, consultant, and SME, and the leader of both firms’ Organization Strategies Service Offerings. Over the course of his career, he has advised and supported more than 80 clients across sectors and industries, in the US and abroad. He has worked with a range of non-profits in the DC metro area and the Shenandoah Valley, including several in Loudoun County.


Tom Morley

Founder and President Snowflake LLC

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