The demands on nonprofit teams to function, deliver, raise funds, and continue to meet the organizational mission have never been higher...

On-Demand Webinar Replay | 1 CFRE Point

Work from home. Modified work hours. Accommodating e-learning. Creating a home office. Learning virtual meeting etiquette. Leading fundraising events online. Caring for family. Managing health challenges. Losing connection with others. 

The demands on nonprofit teams to function, deliver, raise funds, and continue to meet the organizational mission have never been higher...and the means by which we assess their performance has likely become outdated, or at least inadequate.

Join the NHC team for a refreshing new look at how to assess team member performance across all functional areas to identify a means by which team members fulfilled their core responsibilities and recognizing how they have contributed to the organization’s health overall.

About our Speakers

Sabrina Griffith & Dr. Emilie Socash

Sabrina Griffith, SHRM-CP, CDP is a higher education professional. With more than ten years as a diversity and inclusion educator, Sabrina is proud to be a National Diversity Council Certified Diversity Professional. Sabrina facilitates training and educational sessions on topics including gender, sexuality, LGBTQ+ allyship, bias, race, colorism, and classism to name a few. Sabrina lends her knowledge to various community and professional groups including serving as an Advisory Board member for the Florida Diversity Council Tampa Bay Chapter and chair of the Hillsborough County Diversity Advisory Council. She is also the principal in Griffith Consulting LLC., and her motto is “Encouraging Inclusion is the Solution!

Driving success in nonprofits and the people who lead them, Nonprofit Help Center founder Dr. Emilie Socash is an organizational and leadership psychologist who approaches community building through her creative and quick-witted style. With 20+ years of nonprofit leadership experience, she has stretched her legs in many directions, developing a dynamic public speaking style, an authentic relationship-building ability, and the knack for community building and strategic planning that only comes from years in the trenches. She held the role of executive director for over 10 years, as well as advancing development lead roles which gave her the opportunity to lead capital campaigns (which raised $19m), legacy initiatives (which raised $30m), inspired direct-giving campaigns and more across turn-around, start-up, and sustaining nonprofits. In addition to her doctoral degree, she holds a Masters in Nonprofit Management and a Bachelor of Arts degree in English.s