State leaders to speak at FMU's Non-Profit Leadership Institute, Oct. 20-21
FLORENCE, S.C. – Several state leaders will serve as instructors at the Francis Marion University Non-Profit Leadership Institute’s second session, Oct. 20-21.
Instructors will include Edward T. Chaney, William L. Bondurant, Phil Grose and Michael Sponhour. State Rep. Doug Jennings will be the guest speaker during Thursday’s luncheon.
The institute is a seven-month training program for leaders of non-profits. Twenty-eight participants from across the state are members of this year’s class.
Funded initially with multi-year grants from the Drs. Bruce and Lee Foundation, the institute now receives major support from FMU, along with a grant from the PSARAS Foundation
On Thursday, Chaney and Bondurant conduct an "Analysis of Leadership vs. Management" session. Chaney is the philanthropic services officer for Triangle Communication Foundation, Research Triangle Park. Bondurant is a foundation consultant.
On Friday, Grose will conduct a case study. Grose is a senior consultant with the South Carolina Executive Institute, an executive education and leadership development program for the state’s senior governmental leaders.
Also on Friday, Sponhour will speak about “"The News Media and Non-Profits." Sponhour has been director of public affairs for the S.C. Budget and Control Board since 1999. Prior to that, he was a reporter at The State newspaper for 10 years.
Fred Sheheen, former commissioner and executive director of the S.C. Commission on Higher Education, is director of the FMU institute.
For more information about the Non-Profit Leadership Institute, contact the FMU Foundation at 843-661-1481.
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