Times have changed. The global pandemic of 2020 has caused many organizations to evaluate areas of their business, such as financial condition and future service model. In this session, participants will be challenged to honestly investigate their organization’s purpose. The discussion will emphasize a planning model based on value, versus one that is purely mission-centric from a traditional top-down view of strategic planning. Come ready to consider hard questions about inclusiveness, racial equity, and diversity.

Learning Objectives
• How to identify an appropriate planning model that reflects change
• How to maximize organizational efficiency and growth by considering a current-day value proposition

About Your Instructor:
Jim Moody, M.A. is an accomplished nonprofit leader driven to create sustainable impact in the nonprofit sector. A seasoned executive and consultant serving the
southeast region, Moody is currently a Program Manager at the Edyth Bush Institute at Rollins College in Winter Park, Florida. Moody offers expertise in
executive leadership, fund development, strategic planning, and board governance while using a collaborative approach, driving sustainable impact with constituencies in the health, disability, and education sectors.

Moody earned a graduate degree from Northeastern Seminary at Roberts Wesleyan College. He received undergraduate diplomas from Johnson & Wales University and Springfield College. Moody also completed a Professional Development Experience at Cornell University and earned a Certificate in Proposal Writing from the Edyth Bush Institute at Rollins College. Moody is an active public servant, serving on the board of directors at the Center for Independent Living and the Central Florida Dreamplex. Moody is a tireless advocate for quality education, services to persons with disabilities, and impoverished families.