2021 GPNP Summit
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March 8th Call for Community Solutions Digest: Why Nonprofits Should Advocate, the “Supporting Our Leaders Project”, Upcoming ACCEL Roundtable
"The beauty of this call and the people of Southwestern PA is your willingness to listen, learn, explore, and co-create. We need to do that in a way that changes the way people live, work, and play."Fred Brown, President and CEO of The Forbes Funds Guest Speaker...
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What I have experienced with GPNP is the amazing workshops, webinars, using the Catchafire pilot for 17 projects for The Stepping Stone Pathways as well as utilizing the Executive-in-Residence program. The GPNP Summit means that people who are not able to attend in person can attend to virtual webinars and still benefit from some of the informational sessions that are being offered. During the summit [we had] sessions that teach you HOW to achieve your goal; it is invaluable to grow and expand your business.
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Please get in touch with Colleen Young or Emily Francis should you have any additional questions.
Colleen Young (she/her) is a passionate advocate for building coalitions to advance justice and equity, co-designing dynamic solutions to complex issues by bolstering power within communities, and fostering deep relationships with both likely and unlikely partners. Most recently, Colleen served as the Director of Community Programs at the University of Pittsburgh Office of Child Development. Over her 12.5 years at the University, she partnered with small and large nonprofit organizations, community members, schools, and government officials to improve the quality of services and advocate for just policies to address critical issues impacting the lives of families and communities. She holds an MSW with a certificate in human services management from the University of Pittsburgh, a BA in Psychology and Women’s Studies from the College of William and Mary, and is currently pursuing her doctorate focusing on organizational leadership and community engagement. Colleen is excited to get to work partnering with leaders across our region focusing on the urgent issues facing our nonprofit sector and our communities.
Emily works through GPNP to create spaces for funders, policymakers, and non-profits to connect and develop supportive networks that empower individuals across the SW PA region. She is passionate about utilizing a collective impact framework to address complex issues and develop equitable, sustainable, and data-driven solutions that are based in human realities. Emily earned her BA of Intelligence Studies and BA of Public Health degrees at Mercyhurst University and an MID degree from the University of Pittsburgh-GSPIA.