This is a virtual meeting. You MUST be registered to receive Zoom meeting participation instructions.
Virtual Meeting Info
Zoom will allow participants to interact with each other via audio and video on their computer, tablet, or smartphone app in a real virtual meeting (optional alternative audio available by telephone) where we will be able to see and listen to each other in real dialog.
- 6:30 - 7:00: Break out rooms: General Networking, Ask the Expert, and GO Month presenters
- 7:00 - 7:05: Zoom tutorial
- 7:05 - 7:30: General Chapter Business
- 7:30 - 8:30: GO Month Presenters: Diane Beatley & Katherine Alexander (Fellowship Square), Phyllis Simon, (Days for Girls), Jessica Root (House of Mercy) and Max Levitt (Leveling the Playing Field)
- 8:30 - 9:00: Break out rooms: rotation with our GO Month presenters (7 minutes with each presenter)
It's GO Month and because we are limited in what we can do during the COVID-19 pandemic, we have assembled a group of leaders from four nonprofits. This panel will help us learn some ways that we can help our communities as organizers and productivity professionals.
Please join us for presentations by:
--Diane Beatley and Katherine Alexander, Fellowship Square. Fellowship Square provides quality housing for low-income seniors who can live independently. With properties in Reston, VA, Woodbridge, VA, and Upper Marlboro, MD, it meets the physical, social and emotional needs of more than 800 residents.
Fellowship Square Handout
Phyllis Simon, Days for Girls, Northern Virginia. Days for Girls is an international non-profit organization that empowers girls and women worldwide with more dignity, health and safety through access to quality sustainable menstrual health management and education. Its vision is that every girl and woman will have access to feminine hygiene by 2022.
Day For Girls Handout
--Jessica Root, House of Mercy. House of Mercy has a food pantry in Manassas, VA, and provides food, clothing, education and prayer to those in need.
House of Mercy Handout
Max Levitt, Leveling the Playing Field. Leveling the Playing Field, which is based in Silver Spring, MD, collects new and gently used sports and playground equipment from the local youth sports community. The donations are distributed to schools and organizations working to provide affordable and accessible options to under-resourced youth groups, community programs and schools throughout the local area.
Leveling the Playing Field Handout
Inclement Weather Policy
In the event of bad weather, we will only cancel if power is out for necessary managers, in which case, meeting registrants will be emailed.