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Monday, June 6 • 9:45am - 11:15am
Session 1F: The Complete Capitol Approach to Building Adaptive Capacity of Child Advocacy Centers: An Oregon Study

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In 2012, the Oregon Network and Nonprofit Finance Fund (NFF) began a multiphase initiative to study challenges to the long-term sustainability of Oregon's child advocacy centers. Drawing example from the work in Oregon, representatives from the Oregon Network and NFF will present an overview of the work and findings to come from this initiative, and provide insight and examples of the challenges inherent in the nonprofit field and facing many of the child abuse centers nationally. The audience will gain a perspective on the dynamics influencing Oregon's CACs, with observations transferable to other centers across the country.
Suggested Session Track: Chapter


Speakers
avatar for Renee Patey

Renee Patey

Associate Director, Nonprofit Finance Fund
Renee is an Associate Director with the Advisory Services team at Nonprofit Finance Fund. Renee helps to oversee a full range of NFF’s consulting services, lead business development and play a leadership role in ongoing service enhancement, developing new tools and resources to enhance NFF’s service offerings and client delivery. Renee plays a key role in advancing NFF’s strategy in the California and Pacific Northwest... Read More →
avatar for Patty Terzian

Patty Terzian

Statewide Program Manager, Oregon Network of Child Abuse Intervention Centers
Patty Terzian has provided statewide coordination for The Network since 2009. Her professional experience includes both corporate and nonprofit program management. She has spent nearly 14 years working in the nonprofit sector managing projects and programs, doing statewide outreach, grant writing and reporting, managing small grant programs, and assisting strategic planning processes. Patty received a Bachelors Degree from Western Michigan... Read More →


Monday June 6, 2016 9:45am - 11:15am
Meeting Room 15 Renaissance Washington DC Hotel

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