Create Good 24 – Project Management for Nonprofit Communicators

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Create Good 24 – Project Management for Nonprofit Communicators

From new programs and tech implementations to events and promotions, nonprofit communicators can apply the best practices of project management to plan for and deliver more successful projects and initiatives. Learn the basic principles of project management and real-world strategies to help you rally stakeholders, encourage project momentum, and triumph over common project challenges.

Session Takeaways:
In this session, you’ll:

  1. Be introduced to the 5 key areas essential to managing projects in the nonprofit space.
  2. Learn strategies for using scope, schedule, and deliverables to improve project outcomes.
  3. Get techniques for using communications to engage stakeholders and keep your projects moving forward.

Jami Yazdani

Jami (she/her) is a certified Project Management Professional (PMP) with more than 17 years of experience managing a portfolio of innovative projects and planning initiatives. She has a proven track record of leading diverse and collaborative teams and excels at facilitating consensus and keeping (even reluctant) teams on track. Jami also has extensive experience designing and delivering engaging face-to-face and online training sessions and facilitating meetings and programs.

Over a diverse career spanning roles in business, libraries, and public higher education, including over a decade in leadership (Director) and management positions, Jami effectively led teams, championed change, and empowered staff. Jami has also volunteered and actively served on the boards of nonprofits and professional associations, working in leadership (Chair and Vice-Chair), marketing, programming, and mentoring functions.

Jami brings practical experience, management expertise, a love of spreadsheets, and a sense of humor to project management, planning, training, and facilitation.

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