Roundtables and Forums

 

Management Roundtables

Management Roundtable meetings bring together nonprofit professionals for facilitated discussions on relevant topics of interest to nonprofits. These free, member-only events are planned throughout the year for Executive Leadership, Development, Finance/Operations, Human Resources, Marketing/PR, Technology and more.

Management Roundtables are scheduled on a rotating, quarterly basis. In an effort to bring our services and programs to members across the state, we host each roundtable in both the Hartford area and Fairfield County. These events are free for members and provide a great opportunity for networking and peer-to-peer learning.

Executive Leadership:
Past topics have covered: Strategic planning, leadership development, capacity building, board governance, and more.

Development Directors and Senior Staff
Past topics have covered: the evolution of philanthropy, donor engagement, grant seeking, board mobilization, and more.

Communications, Public Relations, and Marketing
Past topics have covered: nonprofit brand creation, social media, message strategy, media literacy, and more.

Human Resources
Past topics have covered: unemployment liability, FLSA Overtime Rule updates, maximizing employment benefits, 990 reviews, and more.

Technology
Past topics have covered: systems planning, technology upgrades, and more.

Clinical Directors Forum

Meets on the first Monday of every month from 9:30 – 11:00 am at the Rocky Hill office

The Clinical Forum includes Chief Financial Officers from both children’s and adult behavioral health organizations. Members of the forum engage in information sharing and problem-solving topics relevant to the provision of behavioral health clinical services for adult and children.

For additional information, please contact: Brunilda Ferraj, Senior Public Policy Specialist, BFerraj@ctnonprofitalliance.org

CFO Forum

Meets on the second Thursday of every other month from 9:30 – 11:00 am at the Rocky Hill office

This forum is attended by Clinical Directors or their designees from agencies that provide clinical services to children or adults. Members of the forum discuss key issues of concern and share information relevant to behavioral health CFOs, such as electronic health records, rates, and employee health benefits.

For additional information, please contact: Brunilda Ferraj, Senior Public Policy Specialist, BFerraj@ctnonprofitalliance.org

 

Corporate Compliance Roundtable

The Corporate Compliance Roundtable meets to discuss, learn and network about corporate compliance. Members have discussed topics including: Medicaid compliance, HIPAA/HITECH, “Red Flag Rules”, social media, responding to audits, enforcement of a compliance program, creating effective policies and procedures, technology/data security and many more.

For additional information, please contact: Josh Lipshitz, Director of Membership and Business Development.

Intellectual/Developmental Disability (I/DD) Business Managers’ Roundtable

Meets every other month, on the first Tuesday, from 9:00 to 11:00 am in the Rocky Hill Office.

Members of the I/DD Business Managers’ Roundtable include Finance Directors and Fiscal Managers of organizations that provide services related to I/DD. Research and information developed through the Business Managers’ Forum is utilized by the DDS and the Legislature to shape policy and budget allocations relative to I/DD Services.

For additional information, please contact: Julia Wilcox, Senior Public Policy Specialist, JWilcox@ctnonprofitalliance.org

Acquired Brain Injury (ABI) Roundtable

The ABI Roundtable is comprised of Leadership staff within member organizations that provide services related to Acquired Brain Injury. Some meetings may target a specific topic for which a particular group of staff may attend, such as finance, data collection or clinical discussions, among other topics.

Birth-to-Three Roundtable

The Birth-to-Three Roundtable is comprised of Leadership staff within member organizations that provide services related to the Birth-to-Three population. Some meetings may target a specific topic for which a particular group of staff may attend, such as finance, data collection, and clinical discussions, among other topics.

Greater Hartford Reentry Council (GHREC)

GHREC is a collaboration among community service providers, city officials, state, federal and local agencies, ex-offenders and others impacted by offender reentry. The mission of the GHREC is to serve the needs of former offenders by identifying and reducing barriers to community reentry through community education, public policy, and sharing information and resources. GHREC is a key partner and member of the Statewide Reentry Collaborative, coordinated by Andrew Clark, Director of the Institute for Municipal & Regional Policy (IMRP), Central CT State University (CCSU.)