SEA-Chicago enthusiastically invites you to a Speed Coaching event. Our well-seasoned team of experts will provide guidance on the legal, strategic, programmatic and fundraising questions you have as you grow your social enterprise, whether non-profit or for profit. A limited number of spots available. Sign up today for this invaluable opportunity!
Our Coaches Include:
Belinda Li, Founder & Chief Consultant of Citta Partnership, is experienced in helping companies and organizations develop growth strategies, strategic plans, business plans, new or improved business models, and market insights. She can provide knowledge to both non-profits and for-profits that hope to pilot or scale social enterprise business models, or in general think through growth directions and opportunities.
John Hess works with nonprofit and for profit businesses across the country helping them create unique and individualized workforce development models within their organizations. John will help participants explore ways to enhance an existing workforce development model or include a workforce component in their existing methods.
Lauren Dillon is the Founder of Triad Resource Group. Lauren serves social enterprises in the way of organizational readiness for growth, fundraising, communication, and administrative operations. This has been her focus for the last 15 years. She can answer your questions on these matters.
Lindsay Mullen, CEO of Prosper Strategies, a marketing and public relations company, works with changemaking clients to understand their goals and develop the right strategy to meet them. She has an interesting way of connecting dots others don’t even know exist. Lindsay is actively involved with Ms. Tech, an organization devoted to helping tech women do business and businesswomen do tech.
Marc J. Lane is a business and tax attorney and financial advisor that represents social enterprises and other stakeholders in the evolving Social Impact Ecosystem. He counsels his clients about Low-profit Limited Liability Companies (L3C); Benefit Corporations; Impact Investment; and the fiduciary, governance and tax implications of nonprofit organizations’ pursuit of earned revenue.
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