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Mission Meet-up: What’s Next and How to Get There

Join other community leaders at this free, member-only event! 

Is your team planning to overhaul its programming or re-evaluate the sustainability of its offerings? This meetup will introduce you to the process and best practices of strategic planning. You'll also learn how planning for where you are at in the Nonprofit Lifecycle can help you map out the future of your organization. 

This session will be led by Larry Anazia and Katelyn Lowrey, experts in strategic planning and execution from the Mission Capital Consulting team. Space in the room is limited, so register today to secure your spot. Each organization is welcome to send up to 2 members to allow your team to engage and report on the material. 

Presenter: Larry Anazia, Consultant, Mission Capital
Larry is Consultant driven by working to help clients solve some of their toughest and most pressing issues. His areas of focus are centered around organizational assessment, strategic business planning, landscape assessments, and strategic business advisory services.
Larry is passionate about issues of economic opportunity (education, workforce development, access to housing, etc.) and he brings that lens to all of his engagements. He has worked with a number of Central Texas nonprofits who have a focus on economic opportunity in their work.
Prior to joining Mission Capital, Larry was a State & Local government Senior Consultant for a large professional services firm for five years.  He has a Master’s in Public Affairs from The LBJ School at The University of Texas at Austin and a Bachelor’s in Business Administration, with a focus in Consulting and Change Management from The McCombs School of Business at The University of Texas.

Presenter: Katelyn Lowrey, Consultant and Accelerator Manager, Mission Capital 
Katelyn is a Consultant specializing in strategic planning, board governance, collective impact, earned revenue and program management. She has worked with a number of Central Texas nonprofits on strategic business planning.

Katelyn brings a unique background of experiences in operations, education, youth development, and collective impact to Mission Capital. Prior to joining the Mission Capital team, Katelyn served as a Program Associate for Educate Texas and supported the development of their Statewide Collective Impact Collaborative. Katelyn has extensive experience in the education and youth development fields. She was a high school English teacher in Charlotte, North Carolina through Teach For America. Katelyn also has experience providing direct care services to youth through Communities in Schools. 
Katelyn has a Master’s in Social Work from The University of Texas at Austin and a Bachelor’s in Science from Indiana University Bloomington in Human Development & Family Studies with minors in Psychology and Sociology.

This event is open to all Mission Capital members. Not sure if you’re a member – contact your Membership Manager, Chelsea Hartness.

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Date: March 20, 2018

Time: 9:00am - 11:00am

Location: Misson Capital Offices

Member Fee: $0

Non-Member Fee: $60

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