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Janet Rechtman co-leads Fanning’s nonprofit leadership development and capacity building practice. With more than 30 years experience as a volunteer leader and consultant to nonprofit organizations, she provides technical assistance to nonprofits in areas of strategic planning, evaluation, marketing and communications, as well as individual coaching and leadership development. Her doctoral dissertation, which documented the lived experience of nonprofit executive directors, provides a foundation for her work in leadership development of staff and volunteer leaders in that sector. Recent clients include Atlanta Regional Commission, CARE, Good Will of Middle Georgia, Community Foundation for Greater Atlanta, Voices for Georgia’s Children, the Georgia Food Bank Association, the Oral History Association, and the Executive Leadership Program for Nonprofit Organizations (ELPNO).
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Karen Duncan, database management specialist at UGA's J.W. Fanning Institute for Leadership Development, was honored this afternoon with the 2014 Staff Award for Excellence.
Leadership Journey — a new personal leadership opportunity for graduate students, young professionals and the young-at-heart — is now accepting applications for a May 2-3 retreat.
On Tuesday, February 11th, the Georgia Council of Court Administrators awarded the 2013 Program of the Year Award to the Athens Peer Court at their annual conference luncheon in Savannah, Ga.