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Battle Tested: How Nonprofits & Schools Can Grow Stronger From the Challenges of COVID-19 Virtual Panel

You are invited to a live, virtual discussion, “Battle Tested: How Nonprofits & Schools Can Grow Stronger From the Challenges of COVID-19” on Wednesday, June 3, from 9 to 10:30 a.m. about the impact that the COVID-19 pandemic has had on several Dallas-area non-profits and schools and how their response can spur ideas for new business models, new approaches for interacting with key audiences and new ways of serving the immediate needs of the pandemic era while fulfilling your organization’s core mission.

Please register for this free video/audio Catholic Community  Network presentation and Q&A session by June 1 to Denise Shaw at dshaw@catholicfoundation.com, or call 972-331-1641. After registering, you’ll receive an email with details about joining the live conversation.

Topics will include:

  • Overcoming a crisis short and long term
  • Addressing new needs while not losing sight of your core mission
  • Business continuity and managing cash flow
  • Overcoming contribution and donation shortfalls
  • Managing a newly structured remote workplace
  • Establishing a safe and healthy work atmosphere
  • Communicating what you’re doing and why
  • Managing increases in demand amid constrained capacity
  • Securing donor support from those least impacted
  • Maintaining contact with donors used to face-to-face meetings
  • Planning major events in a socially distant era
  • Prioritizing compassion to those in need
  • Teaming up with other nonprofits to maximize impact
  • Demonstrating thought leadership to raise your profile

 

Tracy Eubanks, CEO, Metrocrest Services
Prior to joining the agency staff he served as a board member for over six years including serving as Board Chair. Tracy served as the president of the Metrocrest Chamber of Commerce for two years. During his tenure he led the resurgence of the chamber as it became a key contributor to the area’s economic growth. Prior to joining the staff as president he served on the chamber board for six years including serving as Board Chair. Prior to joining the chamber Tracy ran Mapsco, Inc., the map company that began in Dallas in 1952. In 2015, on behalf of Metrocrest Services, Tracy accepted the Governor’s Small Business of the Year Award for the Non-Profit category.
 

Chad Evans, President, Prince of Peace Catholic School
Chad has over 25 years of experience in education. He holds a Bachelor of Science degree in Interdisciplinary Studies from the University of North Texas and a Master's degree in Catholic School Leadership from the University of Dallas. He spent the beginning of his career teaching and coaching basketball in public high schools in Texas. In 2008, he transitioned into Catholic education and served as a teacher and Head Boys Basketball Coach at John Paul II High School in Plano. Chad became the principal of Prince of Peace Catholic School in 2011, and he received a Work of Heart Award from the Catholic Foundation in 2014.
 

Robin Korevaar, BMT, MSW, Program Manager, CCD Brady Senior Services
Robin received her master’s in social work from the University of Texas-Arlington and helped guide several arts non-profits before committing more deeply to the social sector as Program Manager of Catholic Charities Dallas’ Brady Senior Services Program. In her role, she facilitates the continued independence and growth of seniors of varied backgrounds and interests, while also nurturing Brady staff, volunteers, and interns. Robin works closely on behalf of the senior community with Dallas Area Rapid Transit, the Community Council, Dallas Area Agency on the Aging, and as part of the 50+ Mobility Leadership Circle to call the community to action to join CCD in addressing the root causes of poverty, hunger, and homelessness by serving, educating, and empowering all those in need.
 

Matt Kramer, President and CEO, The Catholic Foundation
Before joining The Catholic Foundation, Matt led Kramer Global Advisory, LLC and Leopard International Company. He gained 29 years of international business and leadership experience at Dallas-based Commercial Metals Company (CMC), most recently at CMC Americas as Executive Vice President. In addition to his professional career, he has been active in local parishes and Catholic organizations for more than 35 years. He is a member of St. Rita Catholic Community, Serra Club of Metropolitan Dallas, Legatus Dallas along with the Dallas Estate Planning Council and the Estate Planning Council of North Texas. Matt is the board chair, and chair of the strategy and compensation committee, at Central States Manufacturing Inc. of Lowell, Arkansas.
 

Kate Rose Marquez, CEO, WiNGS
WiNGS is a 112-year-old Dallas nonprofit that empowers women, fights poverty and impacts generations by providing services to help them live their fullest potential. Kate Rose has experience on all sides of the nonprofit/donor/corporate citizen equation - as an officer of a publicly traded corporation, a board member for numerous regional nonprofits, a consultant for companies seeking counsel on impactful community engagement and as a thought leader in transformative nonprofit fundraising and branding.
 

About Catholic Community Network
The Catholic Foundation presents a quarterly educational and networking opportunity for benefactors and the ministry leadership in the Dallas diocesan community. Dialogue with others who share your passion to meet the ever-changing needs of our Catholic faith community. Invite your co-workers to come participate in this communication resource the first Wednesday of each quarter.

Future Meeting Dates
September 2, 2020
December 2, 2020

 

 

 

 

 

You are invited to a live, virtual discussion, “Battle Tested: How Nonprofits & Schools Can Grow Stronger From the Challenges of COVID-19” on Wednesday, June 3, from 9 to 10:30 a.m. about the impact that the COVID-19 pandemic has had on several Dallas-area non-profits and schools and how their response can spur ideas for new business models, new approaches for interacting with key audiences and new ways of serving the immediate needs of the pandemic era while fulfilling your organization’s core mission.

Please register for this free video/audio Catholic Community  Network presentation and Q&A session by June 1 to Denise Shaw at dshaw@catholicfoundation.com, or call 972-331-1641. After registering, you’ll receive an email with details about joining the live conversation.

Topics will include:

  • Overcoming a crisis short and long term
  • Addressing new needs while not losing sight of your core mission
  • Business continuity and managing cash flow
  • Overcoming contribution and donation shortfalls
  • Managing a newly structured remote workplace
  • Establishing a safe and healthy work atmosphere
  • Communicating what you’re doing and why
  • Managing increases in demand amid constrained capacity
  • Securing donor support from those least impacted
  • Maintaining contact with donors used to face-to-face meetings
  • Planning major events in a socially distant era
  • Prioritizing compassion to those in need
  • Teaming up with other nonprofits to maximize impact
  • Demonstrating thought leadership to raise your profile


Tracy Eubanks, CEO, Metrocrest Services
Prior to joining the agency staff he served as a board member for over six years including serving as Board Chair. Tracy served as the president of the Metrocrest Chamber of Commerce for two years. During his tenure he led the resurgence of the chamber as it became a key contributor to the area’s economic growth. Prior to joining the staff as president he served on the chamber board for six years including serving as Board Chair. Prior to joining the chamber Tracy ran Mapsco, Inc., the map company that began in Dallas in 1952. In 2015, on behalf of Metrocrest Services, Tracy accepted the Governor’s Small Business of the Year Award for the Non-Profit category.


Chad Evans, President, Prince of Peace Catholic School
Chad has over 25 years of experience in education. He holds a Bachelor of Science degree in Interdisciplinary Studies from the University of North Texas and a Master's degree in Catholic School Leadership from the University of Dallas. He spent the beginning of his career teaching and coaching basketball in public high schools in Texas. In 2008, he transitioned into Catholic education and served as a teacher and Head Boys Basketball Coach at John Paul II High School in Plano. Chad became the principal of Prince of Peace Catholic School in 2011, and he received a Work of Heart Award from the Catholic Foundation in 2014.


Robin Korevaar, BMT, MSW, Program Manager, CCD Brady Senior Services
Robin received her master’s in social work from the University of Texas-Arlington and helped guide several arts non-profits before committing more deeply to the social sector as Program Manager of Catholic Charities Dallas’ Brady Senior Services Program. In her role, she facilitates the continued independence and growth of seniors of varied backgrounds and interests, while also nurturing Brady staff, volunteers, and interns. Robin works closely on behalf of the senior community with Dallas Area Rapid Transit, the Community Council, Dallas Area Agency on the Aging, and as part of the 50+ Mobility Leadership Circle to call the community to action to join CCD in addressing the root causes of poverty, hunger, and homelessness by serving, educating, and empowering all those in need.


Matt Kramer, President and CEO, The Catholic Foundation
Before joining The Catholic Foundation, Matt led Kramer Global Advisory, LLC and Leopard International Company. He gained 29 years of international business and leadership experience at Dallas-based Commercial Metals Company (CMC), most recently at CMC Americas as Executive Vice President. In addition to his professional career, he has been active in local parishes and Catholic organizations for more than 35 years. He is a member of St. Rita Catholic Community, Serra Club of Metropolitan Dallas, Legatus Dallas along with the Dallas Estate Planning Council and the Estate Planning Council of North Texas. Matt is the board chair, and chair of the strategy and compensation committee, at Central States Manufacturing Inc. of Lowell, Arkansas.


Kate Rose Marquez, CEO, WiNGS
WiNGS is a 112-year-old Dallas nonprofit that empowers women, fights poverty and impacts generations by providing services to help them live their fullest potential. Kate Rose has experience on all sides of the nonprofit/donor/corporate citizen equation - as an officer of a publicly traded corporation, a board member for numerous regional nonprofits, a consultant for companies seeking counsel on impactful community engagement and as a thought leader in transformative nonprofit fundraising and branding.


About Catholic Community Network
The Catholic Foundation presents a quarterly educational and networking opportunity for benefactors and the ministry leadership in the Dallas diocesan community. Dialogue with others who share your passion to meet the ever-changing needs of our Catholic faith community. Invite your co-workers to come participate in this communication resource the first Wednesday of each quarter.

Future Meeting Dates
September 2, 2020
December 2, 2020



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