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"Battle Tested" Panel With Nonprofit & Catholic School Leaders Delivers Hope

During “Battled Tested: How Nonprofits & Schools Can Grow Stronger From the Challenges of COVID-19” our panelists shared insights about the impact that the COVID-19 pandemic has had on their Dallas-area non-profits and school.

During the first virtual Catholic Community Network, our speakers talked about 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 an organization’s core mission in order to thrive, and not just survive, going forward.

We’re grateful for the information shared by our panelists:
•    Tracy Eubanks, CEO, Metrocrest Services
•    Chad Evans, President, Prince of Peace Catholic School
•    Robin Korevaar, BMT, MSW, Program Manager, CCD Brady Senior Services
•    Matt Kramer, President and CEO, The Catholic Foundation, and
•    Kate Rose Marquez, CEO, WiNGS

You can watch the video of the panel discussion and Q&A by clicking here.

During “Battled Tested: How Nonprofits & Schools Can Grow Stronger From the Challenges of COVID-19” our panelists shared insights about the impact that the COVID-19 pandemic has had on their Dallas-area non-profits and school.

During the first virtual Catholic Community Network, our speakers talked about 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 an organization’s core mission in order to thrive, and not just survive, going forward.

We’re grateful for the information shared by our panelists:
•    Tracy Eubanks, CEO, Metrocrest Services
•    Chad Evans, President, Prince of Peace Catholic School
•    Robin Korevaar, BMT, MSW, Program Manager, CCD Brady Senior Services
•    Matt Kramer, President and CEO, The Catholic Foundation, and
•    Kate Rose Marquez, CEO, WiNGS

You can watch the video of the panel discussion and Q&A by clicking here.



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