Apr
16

The past few years have been challenging for all of us, often making us feel like we are simultaneously juggling chainsaws, flaming bowling balls, and Faberge eggs. With staff turnovers, economic uncertainty, and demands from stakeholders, we often forget to nurture our longest relationship: with ourselves.

During this interactive session, we will:

  • Discuss how focusing on resilience, authenticity and joy can guide us towards more meaningful lives.
  • Learn key practices for nurturing self-care.
  • Learn strategies to assist you with living a more integrated life.

The Learning Center of the Community Foundation of Elkhart County offers free training for those working with Elkhart County nonprofits or nonprofits serving Elkhart County.

About our speaker

Angela Logan, Ph.D. is an Associate Teaching Professor and the St. Andre Bessette Academic Director of the Master of Nonprofit Administration in the Mendoza College of Business at the University of Notre Dame. In her role as academic director, she provides leadership to the team that oversees both formats of the Master of Nonprofit Administration degree. As a member of the College’s Department of Management and Organization, she teaches core courses for both programs as well. Professor Logan’s honors and distinctions include the inaugural Notre Dame Faculty Black Excellence Award (2023) and the MNAR Outstanding Professor Award (2023). Before joining the College in 2013, Angela had over 25 years of experience in higher education and philanthropy, with a particular focus on the areas of education and diversity. Throughout her career, she has served as the Program Officer for Education at The Harvest Foundation (Martinsville, VA), the Director of the Bonner Scholars Program at Oberlin College (Oberlin, OH), and the Director of Multicultural Affairs and the Admissions Counselor/Coordinator of Multicultural Admissions at Defiance College (Defiance, OH).

Angela’s research focuses on the intersection of gender, race, and nonprofit and philanthropic leadership. A trained facilitator of Anti-Racism Study Circles, she also provides training on leadership, conflict resolution, stress, and time management, and cultural sensitivity, both nationally and internationally, including to the IBM Research Global Internship Program in Beijing, China, and at the Young African Leadership Initiative Regional Leadership Centers in Nairobi, Kenya and Accra, Ghana. She has a movie credit to her name, appearing in the documentary “The Business of Good: Young Africa Rising.” She currently serves as president-elect for the Nonprofit Academic Centers Council and is a member of the editorial board of the Journal of Nonprofit Education and Leadership. In her civic life, she serves as a board member of the Alumni Board of The Indiana University Lilly Family School of Philanthropy; is a board member of The CASIE Center and CDFI-Friendly; is a Life Member of Alpha Kappa Alpha Sorority; and is a sustaining member of the Charity League, an affiliate of the Association of Junior Leagues International. She is also an active member of South Bend City Church, serving as the senior advisor to the lead and executive pastors, and as communion coordinator. She loves good dinner parties, traveling, and football. Angela is the first African American woman to earn a Ph.D. in Philanthropic Studies from the Indiana University Lilly Family School of Philanthropy.

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