Tulsa Area United Way Announces New Class for neXtulsa
The Nonprofit Executive Leadership Training (neXtulsa) program, led by the Tulsa Area United Way, has announced its new class for 2018.
The mission of neXtulsa is to prepare the next generation of non-profit leaders for the Tulsa community. NeXtulsa is a 10-month commitment that holds monthly sessions on diversity and inclusion, non-profit leadership, innovation and more.
"With this program, non-profit leaders will be equipped with valuable skills to lead our non-profit sector for the coming years," said Cindy Longacre, director of community initiatives.
This is the only United Way program of its kind in the U.S., and while the course is free to participants, it is limited to 15.
Members of the 2018 class include Chase Mowery, Big Brothers Big Sisters of Oklahoma; Christina Starzl Mendoza, City of Tulsa; Down Officer, 12&12 Inc.; Elisabeth Hunt, Camp Fire Green Country; Heather Palacios, Coretz Family Foundation; Heidi Braver, Tulsa Area United Way; Ida Ivey, Morton Comprehensive Health Services; Jessica Risenhoover, Reading Partners; Jose Vega, Oklahomans for Equality; Kimberly Richardson-Page; Leslie Neal, Youth Services of Tulsa; Lindsay Myers, University of Oklahoma; Marquetta Finley, Youth at Heart; and Meredith Poling, Propeller Communications.
To learn more about the program, contact Cindy Longacre, (918) 295-6696 or email@example.com.