Is It Time to Re-Energize Your Executive Team? (Wilmington)
DANA Members $50. Future Member? $100
Contact DANA for a $5.00 discount per attendee if registering 3 or more attendees from your organization. (Members only)
NOTE: In order to have a meaningful experience, a minimum of 3 attendees must be registered for the event to proceed.
DANA Cancellation & Refund Policy
Workshop registrations will not be confirmed until registration is complete and paid in full.
Cancellations must be at least 7 days prior to the scheduled workshop date to receive a full refund. No shows and cancellations within 7 days of the workshop will not receive a refund of their registration cost. To cancel or reschedule, please submit an email to Rodney Saunders at email@example.com
Cancellation by DANA
Dana may cancel workshops due to insufficient enrollment or inclement weather. Registrants will be offered the option to reschedule to a future workshop or to receive a full refund.
DANA is not responsible for any expenses incurred by the registrant is a workshop is cancelled.
Burnout. It’s not something the nonprofit sector discusses. But it’s something that many executives have experienced. This workshop is for executives who need to be re-energized or nonprofit board members who want to ensure optimal outcomes for its board. Participants will gain a better understanding of burnout, signs and symptoms, and how the relationship with the board can affect interpersonal dynamics. By the workshop’s end, participants will have a plan to reduce or avoid burnout.
Dr. Carrie W. Gray currently serves as Director, Business Management/DBA programs for the College of Business. Prior to joining Wilmington University, Dr. Gray spent over 20 years in the nonprofit sector. Most recently, she spent the last 13 years as the Managing Director of Wilmington Renaissance Corporation (WRC), a public-private partnership organization focused on the revitalization of Downtown Wilmington, Delaware. In this role, she helped lead the establishment of Wilmington's Creative District in the underutilized neighborhood west of Market Street. Dr. Gray is a highly engaged member of the community, having served on a number of boards and advisory councils. Currently, she is President of the Forum of Executive Women, board member for the Delaware Theatre Company, Trustee for the Delaware Historical Society and board member for Graylyn Crest III Swim Club. She also previously served as adjunct faculty at the University of Delaware.