SVP Seattle’s Skilled Volunteering Program pairs SVP Partners with non-profit organizations to work together on capacity-building projects. Join this discussion with Ananda Valenzuela on the article they co-authored on “Transformation Capacity Building” in the Stanford Social Innovation Review. This is an opportunity to deepen your learning on how to partner with non-profits for transformation and change.
This event is virtual (Zoom link and article provided upon registration).
Ananda Valenzuela (any pronouns) provides interim executive director leadership, facilitates organizational transformation, and coaches values-aligned leaders. He is passionate about nourishing joyful organizational cultures, supporting equitable self-management, and building liberatory practices. They have served as interim executive director at multiple organizations, provided capacity-building support to nonprofits for over ten years, and currently sit on the boards of Change Elemental and Hampshire College. Ananda grew up in Puerto Rico and slowly made her way across the United States, holding a variety of consulting, governance, and activist roles along the way.