Track Sessions Overview
The Brushy Fork Annual Institute provides a place for community leaders from central Appalachia to come together to explore issues facing the region and to develop solutions they can implement in their organizations and communities. The Institute features informative plenary sessions, hands-on workshop tracks and focused networking opportunities.
Participants enroll in one track session, which provides 14 hours of intensive training focused on a specific skill set or interest. In addition to acquiring hands-on skills, participants join other inspired leaders who are making a positive difference across Appalachia, expanding their network of contacts and gathering resources for putting ideas to action.
Note: Track descriptions will be updated as necessary prior to event registration. Please check the site often to learn more about our 2013 tracks.
2013 Track Session
|Emergency Preparedness for Nonprofits||Dr. John Cooper|
|Train the Trainer: The Brushy Fork Leadership Curriculum||Peter Hille|
|Personal Leadership Development||David Cooke|
|Beginning Grantwriting||Christy Bailey|
|Advanced Grantwriting||Jackie Long|
|Managing Federal Grants||Conley Salyer|
|Fundraising Beyond Grants||Lee Ellen Martin|
|Community Foundations and Community Transformation||Katharine Pearson Criss|
|Ordinary Communities Achieving Extraordinary Results: Doing Community Development||Dr. Vaughn Grisham|
|Community Diversity: A People’s Issue||Monica Jones|
|Communication Strategies for Experienced Leaders||Steve Kay|
|The Nuts and Bolts of Nonprofit Management||Ginny Ann Blackson|
|Essential Nonprofit Branding||Betsey Russell|
|Becoming an Entrepreneurial Community||Pam Lewis|
|Developing a Tourism Economy: The Kentucky Trail Town Initiative||Elaine Wilson|