Listening To The Needs Of Those We Serve - Can You Hear?


Thursday, October 28, 2021
9:00 AM - 10:00 AM (EDT)
Listening to the Needs of Those We Serve
Category: Learning Together

Join Kabrina Bass, executive director of Midlands Mediation Center, for an interactive session focusing on the importance of listening to those you serve. Participants will examine active listening as a tool to support their work as nonprofit professionals. In addition, they will explore the ethical dilemma of nonprofits as exploiters, reformers, advocates, and friends

Objectives for the session:

  1. Demonstrate active listening skills
  2. Identify one or more ethical dilemmas you are faced with
  3. Create an opening statement to introduce your work to others

Kabrina Bass

Executive Director, Midlands Mediation

Attendees (58)

Aaron Stroud-Romero

VP of Field Operations

OneWorld Health

Abby Harwell

Communications Specialist VISTA

United Way of the Piedmont

Alana Jordan

Development Manager

Together SC

Alecia Klauk

Executive Director

Chapin We Care Center

Allie Astor

Farm to School Program Coordinator

The Green Heart Project

Amy Breault

Executive Director

Horry County First Steps

Andrea Loney

Executive Director

SC Legal Services

Angela Barwick

Program Director

Neighbor to Neighbor of South Carolina

Brooke Robertson

Graphic Designer | Developer

Neue South Collective

Carol Reeves

Executive Director

Just Say Something

Charlotte Lynch

Outreach coordinator

Carolina Youth Development Center

Cyndi Boot

Resource Specialist

Leeza's Care Connection

Daniel Prohaska

President & CEO

Lions Vision Services

Debbie Nelson

Chief Learning Officer

Together SC

Dennis Muhammad

Family and Community Engagement Officer

Charleston County School District

Diane Prewitt

President

Guiding Reins

Elizabeth Houck

Strategic Initiatives Associate

Central Carolina Community Foundation

Emily Hardy

Administrative Assistant

Heurista

Heather Witt

Vice President of Community Impact

United Way of the Piedmont

Ida Breazeale

Founder and President

Newly Formed Foundation named in memory of parents- Columbus and Edith Rogers Mansell. Mission is to

Isabelle Wyerman

AmeriCorps VISTA

Charleston Promise Neighborhood

Jeanna Dixon-McCray

Executive Services Administrator

Columbia Museum of Art

Julie Hussey

CEO

Civic Communications LLC

Julie Walker

President

J.H. Walker Legacy Foundation

Justin Borrero

IT Support

SOS Care

Kabrina Bass

Executive Director

Midlands Mediation Center

KAREN QUADRIO

Director of Development & Marketing

Charleston Promise Neighborhood

Kati McArdle

Grants Manager

Coastal Conservation League

Kimberly Love

Board Chair

Killingsworth

Leigh Thomson

Deputy Director

Dorchester Seniors, Inc.

Lynn Hutto

HR/Management Consultant

Greater Columbia Community Relations Council

Lynn Stockman

Executive Director

Newberry County Council on Aging

Marilyn Neves

Executive Director

Foothills Family Resources

Marti Colucci

Managing Director

Leeza's Care Connection

Meg Stanley

Executive Director

Wholespire

Natalie Able

Director

Able influence of Sc

Perry Bradley

Executive Director

Building Better Communities

Ryann McCall

Donor Engagement Associate

United Way of the Piedmont

Schrendria Robinson

Executive Director

Killingsworth, Inc.

Selena Anderson

Director, Human Resources

Girl Scouts of South Carolina - Mountains to Midlands

Sherry Gilliam

Executive Director

Charleston County First Steps

Sue Martin

Executive Director

Bleeding Disorders of South Carolina, formerly Hemophilia of South Carolina

Tami Barlow

Director of Operations

Charleston Promise Neighborhood

Tammy Bright

Relationship Manager

United Way of the Piedmont

Terri Towle

Director of Fund Development

Leeza's Care Connection

Vera Ford

Bus Driver/Database Specialist

Self

Winn Fitzgerald

Executive Vice President

Lions Vision Services

11 Other Registered Attendees

For More Information:

Debbie Nelson

Debbie Nelson

Chief Learning Officer, Together SC