Managing Leadership Development Programs
Community foundations are uniquely poised to support the leadership pipelines in their respective communities. Hear about what you need as you start, refine, or consider managing a leadership development program.
- IPA Members (FREE): To register yourself and/or a colleague at your organization, please log in, select a program above, and click the Register Now button.
- Members of Philanthropy Ohio and Council of Michigan Foundations: Members of CMF and POH are encouraged to register through their association’s website.
- All Other Funders ($50 per webinar): Those who do not already have an online account to IPA's website, may register through the Council of Michigan Foundation’s (CMF) website here. If you have not already set up an account with CMF, you may do so here prior to purchasing the webinars.
Kathleen Hallissey, Director, Leadership Development, Cleveland Foundation
Kathy Hallissey oversees the foundation’s responsive grantmaking efforts, working with a team of program officers to align those efforts with the needs of the community and the foundation’s priorities. In her previous position as a program officer for the foundation, she reviewed grant proposals and worked to strengthen nonprofit organizations across Greater Cleveland. Prior to joining the foundation in August 2005, Kathy was a Head Start management consultant. At the Department of Health and Human Services in Washington, she analyzed the impact various programs and policies had on children, youth, and families. She began her career in the federal government as a presidential management intern. Kathy has a Master of Public Administration degree from the University of Massachusetts at Amherst and a bachelor’s degree from Drew University in New Jersey, from which she graduated cum laude.
Jan Shannon, Executive Director, Pickaway County Community Foundation
About Tri-State Community Foundation Webinar Series
The Tri-State Community Foundation Webinar Series is free to IPA members and is produced is collaboration between IPA/GIFT, Council of Michigan Foundation, and Philanthropy Ohio. Programs are designed for, but not exclusive to, community foundations. Archived programs can be accessed through our resource library or found here.