MNA 35th Anniversary Celebration
"Nonprofit Management Education: Celebrating our Past to Strengthen Our Future"
Wednesday, April 25 | USF Downtown Campus
5 p.m. Doors Open
5:30 p.m. Panel Discussion
7 p.m. Cocktail Reception
Dear MNA Alumni and Friends,
We look forward to seeing you and reconnecting with you during the MNA 35th anniversary event. Building management and leadership capacity to do good in the world was Dr. Michael O’Neill’s pioneering vision when he created the first graduate program specialized in nonprofit administration in 1983. Since then, numerous MNA alumni, like Jeanne Bell and Alexa Cortés Culwell, have been instrumental in showing leadership and elevating the sustainable and community impact of our social sector. In the last 35 years, alumni and friends like you have been essential in advancing the mission of the program and building effective competencies in the nonprofit and third-sector institutions both locally and globally.
We look forward to engaging in these conversations with you during this event and we invite you to (re)connect with the MNA program to serve as adviser, mentor, speaker, and/or sponsor.
Drop us a note and tell us how you are making a difference in the world.
Dr. Marco Tavanti, MNA Program Director
Nancy Wiltsek and Kevin Hickey, Co-Chairs, MNA Advisory Board
Michael O'Neill, EdD
Professor Emeritus, Founder and Former MNA Program Director
Alexa Cortés Culwell, MNA ’95
Co-Founder of Open Impact
Jeanne Bell, MNA ’01
CEO of CompassPoint
Sascha Rosemond MNA ’19
Development and Donor Relations Assistant of The San Francisco Foundation