A 14-week Executive Roundtable for women in leadership has been announced and will begin meeting in September. The discussion series is limited to 20 participants and will meet in person at the Flint Hills Discovery Center on September 8th, October 13th, November 10th, and December 8th.
The topic of conversation at this fall’s discussion series will be how to tailor small to mid-sized business and nonprofit organization approaches to fundamental challenges when building effective strategy with limited time and money. Whether you’re operating a new business or a nonprofit or have been at it for years, you’ll walk away with a framework for assessing opportunities and channeling your time and money into the most impactful ways to reach a specific market.
Every month the group will meet as peers to discuss trends and opportunities. Between meetings you’ll have the opportunity to gather in an online group to keep the conversations going. Prior to the first meeting, all participants will receive readings and outlines of specific topics we’ll be covering in this discussion series.
Who: Women business leaders, nonprofit officers and leaders
When: In-person discussions will take place 2nd Tuesday mornings of the month September through December from 9-10:30am. Coffee and light breakfast will be provided.
Where: Flint Hills Discovery Center, 315 S. 3rd Street Manhattan, Kansas
How: Register online by following this link: Participate in Inaugural Executive Roundtable
One scholarship to attend the series will be awarded to a nonprofit organization in the Manhattan area with an annual budget of $300,000 or less. Email email@example.com by August 10th with “Nonprofit Scholarship” in the subject line to be considered. The scholarship winner will be announced August 15th.