Maximizing Dollars to Cause - Non Profit Webinar

MessageThis Webinar is over
Date Sep 30, 2020
Time 1:00 pm CT
Cost $150.00
Online
Utilizing funding effectively is more important than ever. In this interactive web-based training, learn how to maximize your funding to increase efficiency and impact.

What you gain:
  • Access to tools for effective planning and budgeting 
  • Tips to be more desirable to funders
  • Skills from the for-profit sector on cost cutting while increasing impact
What you receive:
  • One registration: invite your co-workers to join and only pay once
  • 30 minute technical assistance session with our trainers
  • A combined 16 years of experience from our trainers
  • A fun and interactive environment - we want this learning experience to be enjoyable for you!
The webinar will be through Demio, a virtual webinar platform. You will receive a link and access information via email after you register.

Our presenters

Kristina Clark is the President and Founder of KM Clark Consulting Group, a consulting company dedicated to developing and sustaining non-profits. Kristina Clark served as the Executive Director of the Coffee County Anti-Drug Coalition from 2007-2016 before transitioning to Grant Writer and Sustainability Consultant for the coalition, a position she still holds today. Ms. Clark has dedicated herself to non-profit work since graduating from Middle Tennessee State University in May of 2006 with a Bachelor’s of Science in psychology and minors in mental services and sociology. Before serving as the Coalition Executive Director, Kristina held positions as a domestic violence court advocate and in home counselor for at risk youth.

In 2012, Ms. Clark earned her Certified Prevention Specialist II and now trains throughout Tennessee on the prevention of alcohol and drug abuse as well as non-profit management and capacity building. Under her leadership the Coalition has achieved several awards and grants including Drug Free Communities funding (Years 1-10), the National Got Outcomes! Coalition in Focus award 2013, Tennessee Department of Health’s Injury Prevention award 2012 and a 2014 Patriotic Employer Award from the Office of the Secretary of Defense Employer Support of the Guard and Reserve . With community collaboration and staff team work, Ms. Clark has been able to achieve community level change regarding substance abuse behaviors on a county wide scale including successfully advocating for local and state policy change. As an advocate for diversifying funds for non-profit sustainability, Ms. Clark lead her community coalition in trademarking and marketing a successful comprehensive prescription drug campaign, Count It! Lock It! Drop It!® which will provide the non-profit foundation money for the future as well as assist counties throughout the country in reducing prescription drug abuse.

Kristina Clark is also an executive board member for the Prevention Alliance of Tennessee, a statewide prevention legislation advocacy organization. Kristina Clark was raised throughout the United States as a proud Air Force brat. Ms. Clark has now made Tennessee home base with her husband and best friend Michael Clark, their black lab Sammie “Trainwreck” Clark, and beautiful children, MJ and Julian.


Alex Windings is a Principal for KM Clark Consulting Group, a consulting company dedicated to developing and sustaining non-profits in Murfreesboro, Tennessee. In 2014, she graduated from Southeast Missouri State University with a Bachelor of Science in Public Relations and a minor in Foreign Language with a focus in Spanish.

From 2014-2017, Ms. Windings was the Executive Director for the Williamson County Anti-Drug Coalition where she led a community wide organization in reducing tobacco, alcohol and other drug use among youth.

In 2015, Ms. Windings earned her Certified Prevention Specialist I and Certified Trainer certifications through the Tennessee Certification Board. Since then she has been leading trainings on topics such as prescription drug safety, social media, non-profit sustainability and how to talk to your teenagers about drugs and alcohol across the state of Tennessee.

Alex also teaches group exercise classes at Middle Tennessee State University and the YMCA of Middle Tennessee. She received her ACE Personal Training and Matrix cycling certification in 2019 and has been a certified POP Pilates Instructor since 2015.

Ms. Windings serves as the Board Chair for the Prevention Alliance of Tennessee and serves in a young married LifeGroup with her husband at their church. She was raised in Southern Illinois but has called Middle Tennessee her home for 6 years with her husband Chris and their two dogs, Milo and Nella.

 


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