NPMI Master Class

Elevate your nonprofit management expertise in our Master Class!

This professional development experience, designed specifically for graduates of the Nonprofit Management Institute, provides an opportunity to enhance your knowledge and deepen your nonprofit management acumen. NPMI graduates will build on the foundation of the principles and practices covered in the Institute with Dr. Pamela Palmer and fellow alums during this next level, in-person event!

Attendance is limited to those who are graduates of the Nonprofit Management Institute. Brunch included. Limited seats available!

Registration Form
Center-Hosted Event
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North Carolina Center for Nonprofits
5800 Faringdon Place, Raleigh, NC 27609
Cost:
Members: $85
Non-Members: $110
Presenter:
Dr. Pamela Palmer, President and CEO, Pamela Palmer & Associates LLC
Event Contact:
Rebekah Beck

About the Facilitator:

Dr. Pamela Palmer, President and CEO of Pamela Palmer & Associates LLC, has a rich background in nonprofit management, leadership, and community development. Her consulting firm enhances nonprofit capacity and advocates for these organizations across North Carolina and beyond. She spent over two decades as an Assistant Professor in Human Relations, Sociology, and Nonprofit Studies at High Point University, where she won the Outstanding Faculty Award for the Evening Degree Program twice. She has also served as an interim executive director and consultant in various developmental areas. Fifteen years ago, she founded the Guilford County Resource and Referral Center to connect people with essential resources.

Dr. Palmer holds a doctorate in Leadership Studies and a master's in Human Resource Counseling from North Carolina A&T State University, and a bachelor's in Business Administration from Winston-Salem State University. She actively serves on numerous nonprofit boards and committees, including the Shirley T. Frye YWCA Greensboro, YWCA of High Point, Guilford County Continuum of Care, and the United Way of Greater High Point, aiming to improve human services at multiple levels.