King's Hour with Dr. Nonie Brennan - "Building Effective Nonprofits through Leadership, Relationships, and Collaboration."
King’s University College welcomes King’s alumna Dr. Nonie Brennan ’84, BA in English, for this month’s edition of King’s Hour on March 22, 2017. Dr. Brennan currently serves as the Chief Executive of All Chicago, which combines immediate resources with long-term strategies to address the complex issue of homelessness. A visionary leader, Dr. Brennan utilizes a mission-focused approach to take organizations to the next level. Her achievements include successfully navigating organization mergers and consolidations, significantly increasing fund revenue, and building effective collaborations.
Dr. Brennan will share her insights on the key elements of nonprofit work. Using examples, Dr. Brennan will detail how leadership, relationships, and collaborations can amplify impact.
King’s Hour is a series of culturally and academically engaging lectures, discussions or performances of common interest to the entire King’s community.
King’s Hour will take place in the Joanne and Peter Kenny Theatre, located in the Darryl J. King Student Life Centre, 266 Epworth Ave, London, ON. The talk will start at 3:30pm and end at 4:20pm. Parking for media is available in Lot 1, on the north side of Epworth Avenue.