Operational Success Forum: Mission-Critical Aspects of Human Resources, IT, and Finance

Join 501cTECH, Mosaica, and the United Way NCA for the "Operational Success Forum: Mission-Critical Aspects of Human Resources, IT, and Finance," a discussion about departments within nonprofit organizations that often get overlooked but are mission critical, including: HR, IT and finance. The forum will provide an opportunity for nonprofit leaders to rethink how they allocate resources dedicated to back office operations and how these resources impact mission success.

  • When: Thursday, April 3, 2014; 9:00 AM – 12:00 PM (Registration, light breakfast, vendor visits, and networking begin at 9:00 AM and the forum begins promptly at 9:30 AM)
    • Where: Silver Spring Civic Building, One Veteran's Place Silver Spring, MD 20910
    • Metro:  Silver Spring Metro (red line)
  • Parking/GPS Address: 801 Ellsworth Driver Silver Spring, MD 20910
  • Registration: $45.00 (Register here)

Keynote Speaker

Catherine Meloy, CEO and President of Goodwill of Greater Washington.

Ms. Meloy will share best practices for creating an environment where staff members feel encouraged and entrusted to make good business decisions that lead to operational success.


Panelists will discuss the importance of back office infrastructure and how to implement and strengthen it.

Lisa Brown Morton, CEO and President, Nonprofit HR.

Jeff Cole, CIO, Goodwill of Greater Washington

Peter Hodgson, CPA, Audit Partner, CohnReznick

Todd Peterson, Director of Technology Services, 501cTECH


Rachael Gibson, President/CEO, Mosaica

There will be a Vendor exposition where attendees can meet back office providers who manage all aspects of back-office solutions for nonprofit organizations of all sizes.


Forum’s Co-Presenters

501ctech-green-gray-tag501cTECH is a nonprofit that helps community organizations with affordable, sustainable and realistic technology solutions, from strategic needs assessments to network design and beyond.

Mosaica LogoMosaica is a values-based nonprofit management consulting organization. Mosaica seeks to ensure that our diverse communities are served by a strong, coordinated nonprofit sector. 

newlogofullcolor72United Way NCA is committed to helping our members succeed and we hope to see you soon at one of our trainings. Stay tuned for more communications about upcoming trainings or check out our website for more information.



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Charity Engine

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ConsultanceLogo (1)Consultance Accounting Services enables business owners, executive directors, CEOs and CFOs to reduce the amount of time they spend each week on accounting and bookkeeping activities through four areas of expertise: timely and accurate financial information, streamlined workflow processes, integrated financial systems, and a paperless technology platform.

c80579e9d40ad9de7d2c3c0d1f165b0b856714b1Amalgamated Bank continues the progressive traditions of its founders, the Amalgamated Clothing Workers of America, as the only majority owned union bank in the United States. Chartered by New York State, Amalgamated Bank is an FDIC insured commercial bank with over $3.5 billion in assets.

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Infamia advises associations and nonprofits on online strategy. They create and manage websites to ensure client projects get noticed.

Topics: Operational Success Forum, United Way, Events, Mosaica, non-profit technology

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