The Advanced Board Leadership Series is a highly interactive and fast-paced series designed to further prepare and support experienced members and leaders of nonprofit and public service governing boards, especially Board Chairs, Officers, Committee Chairs, Chief Executives, and those who aspire to serve in such roles.
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The First Tuesday Series features keynote speakers who share their fascinating experiences and stories of entrepreneurship.
UMKC’s Midwest Center for Nonprofit Leadership is an education and research enterprise that supports and enhances leadership capacity in all areas of the nonprofit community by creating opportunities for dialogue, learning, and collective action.
The Fundraising Leadership Series provides development professionals with essential leadership skills to be a strategic leader in their organization.
Public administration program, faculty fuel business success with Pawsperity.
The Fundraising Leadership Series provides development professionals with the essential skills required to be strategic leaders in their organizations.
Our four-session in-depth introduction to board service draws upon the nationally recognized expertise of Dr. David Renz, director emeritus of the Midwest Center for Nonprofit Leadership at UMKC, with brief presentations from a diverse group of experienced board leaders from across the Kansas City community.
The Fundraising Tools Series webinars are designed to equip development staff, nonprofit leadership and those responsible for resource development, with the knowledge and tools to generate funds
Students and urban small businesses both benefit from the program.
UMKC Enactus students developed an app to help restaurants donate excess food to local pantries for people in need.
The first round of funding from the Ewing Marion Kauffman Foundation supports seven initiatives
Dr. Nathan Mauck, Associate Professor of Finance, offered his expertise in several interviews where he discusses the economic recovery Kansas City Businesses are experiencing during the COVID-19 Pandemic.