Marion Conway

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My areas of expertise includes board development and strategic planning and using technology and social media for nonprofits. My consulting includes design and facilitation of board retreats and workshops designed for nonprofits and speaking. My workshops cover such topics as Strategic Planning, Online Fundraising and Social Networking for Nonprofits, and The Nonprofit Board - Basic Roles, Responsibilities and Emerging Trends for the 21st Century. Five of my articles, " Your Website and Strategic Plan Working Together," “The Search for an Executive Director”, "Planning a Board Retreat," "Host a Board Recruitment Event" and "The Board and Fundraising - from Fantasy to Reality" have been published in Charity Channel’s Nonprofit Boards and Governance Review.  My articles are included in the npgoodpractice.org and Network for Good online databases.

I am a trustee on the boards of Community Agencies Corporation of NJ and Protestant Community Centers, Inc. My consulting work is a commitment to service. I bring energy and knowledge but most of all a spirit of service to each project. Thanks for visiting my blog. This format is much more informal than my website so I hope you will visit the website too.

More personal stuff:  I'm 60 and have two grown children.  My daugther is 28 and married and she's expecting my first grandchild - can't wait!  My son is 24 and single - but he's a great catch!  I have just started a blog on being a grandmother - so visit that site too:

grandmachroniclesblog.blogspot.com

Complexity of Becoming a Grandmother, A Role Model and Jeremiah and a New Covenant

This post is from my new blog - The grandma Chronicles.  I hope you'll visit at:  http://grandmachroniclesblog.blogpost.com  Yesterday at the College Women's Club annual huge book sale I came across a book I wasn't looking for but I'm glad I found it. Its "Becoming a Grandmother - A Life Transition" by Shelia Kitzinger. Shelia is the author of 22 books mostly about pregnancy and motherhood. ...more

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