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Amy Tracewell, Director of Master of Nonprofit Leadership Program
The recent graduate of the first cohort of the Master of Nonprofit Leadership program after seven years as a member of the university's advancement staff and two decades working in the nonprofit sector.
Managing people can be challenging. Join us for a discussion in December with faculty member Stella Premo on how to tackle a difficult conversation and learn about the skills needed for a successful outcome.
Learn about Pacific University's Master of Nonprofit Leadership program and hear from instructor Lesley Bennett on how budgeting can be less challenging.
Join the master of nonprofit leadership faculty for an informational session about the program and hear from Kimberly Mukobi about using artificial intelligence to maximize productivity. 
Ever attend a meeting that could have worked better? Learn three keys to running successful meetings at a 15-minute workshop hosted by Pacific University's new Master of Nonprofit Leadership program.
Juno Apalla ’11 recently joined the March of Dimes Greater Oregon team in May 2022 as Donor Development Manager II. 
Nonprofit Association of Oregon Executive Director Jim White and Pacific University President Jenny Coyle sign a partnership agreement at a celebration Oct. 11, 2022.
Representatives from the two organizations met on Oct. 11 to celebrate their partnership over the university’s new Master of Nonprofit Leadership Program, which launches in January.
Applications for the first Master of Nonprofit Leadership cohort due soon.
Full-time students admitted to the Master of Nonprofit Leadership program's 2023 cohort are eligible for two new $5,000 scholarships. Students serving Latino/a/x communities or dedicated to environmental conservation, advocacy or education are eligible to apply by Oct. 31.
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Nonprofits are the third largest economic sector in the United States, offering more than 12 million jobs nationwide — and growing, despite a worker shortage. Prepare to lead as you build skills, relevant experience, and networks in the nonprofit world.