Join us for the TAN Education meeting on 5/7/2020 from 3:30pm-5:30pm MDT via Zoom. Diana Borroel-Atha is moderating. Maddie Samuel & Michael Podolny will be presenting “A TAN How-To: Helping Non-Profit Organizations Emerge from the Pandemic Even Stronger”. In this timely Education Meeting, Michael Podolny and Madelyn Samuel will facilitate a conversation on ways we can help non-profits adapt to the current environment and emerge from this pandemic in a stable position, or perhaps even stronger than before. Thoughts and perspectives from local non-profit organizations will be included in the discussion. Please bring an open mind and your creative thoughts to contribute to the conversation – we’re all in this together!
Zoom meeting information will be sent to all registrants a day or two prior to the meeting via email blast. Members, if you are inviting a guest, please forward that info to your guest when you receive it. Thanks!
Maddie Samuel spent five years working in the non-profit sector before transitioning to the insurance industry. At the Denver Art Museum, Maddie learned the challenges non-profits face acquiring funds, garnering local and national attention, and working alongside neighboring and sometimes competing organizations. Today, as a producer at Daniels Insurance, Maddie combines her passion for helping non-profits thrive with her knowledge of the evolving insurance industry though her work with many of our local NPO’s.
Michael Podolny has over 40 years of experience working with the owners of privately held businesses. During his career, he has filled numerous roles working with privately held business including consultant, counsellor, financier, investor, owner and operator. This breadth of experience allows him to quickly focus on what is critical in business situations and understand the types of solutions that are realistic for resolving them. He specializes in scaling down tools and processes used in larger business so they can be effective and get results in even the smallest of businesses. He has travelled extensively and is committed to the concept that job creation in developing countries. This led to his development of the Theodora Ghana Project, a training, job development and new business creation vehicle aiding disadvantaged women to exit from sex work. This project was in the middle of being launched just as the current crisis hit. So he has been living the reality of reinventing his non-profit.