The results are in! After several months of waiting, we are finally ready to reveal what you said about MINN in our e-newsletter survey. With the help of some students from St. Kate’s, we have learned: what you value about our services, in what areas of professional development you would like to learn more, your barriers to attendance, and what membership benefits you find worthwhile.
MINN appreciates and values the time and work our volunteers contribute to the success of our community. We would like to celebrate the accomplishments of four volunteers who recently graduated with their Masters degrees as follows:
Pssst! Have you heard? MINN is organizing its first flagship conference for ALL of Minnesota's international NGOs, practitioners and supporters. It will be the first of its kind in the state.
On April 30, 2013 MINN and ARC (African Refugee Committee) co- sponsored a presentation led by Tyler Zabriskie entitled Leading Strategy and Change in Culturally Complex Contexts. Tyler is the Principal Consultant for Zabriskie Consulting, a leadership, strategy, and organizational development consulting business working with NGO’s, non-profits, and foundations. This workshop addressed the complexities of the competing agendas between different stakeholders working within international NGO networks.