Join musician, community leader and nonprofit expert Sarah Stricklin in this online-only workshop to learn the ins and outs of starting a nonprofit organization. Find out whether you should become a nonprofit organization – the pros and the cons – and find resources for building and funding your organization from the ground up.
This FREE online-only webinar will be Sunday, Dec. 11, 2-4 p.m.
Register here: https://www.eventbrite.com/e/468523465297
About Sarah Stricklin
Holding a Master of Arts in Arts Administration from Indiana University’s O'Neill School of Public and Environmental Affairs, Sarah Stricklin is an arts administrator with more than a decade of experience producing and managing nonprofit arts and culture. Their work has spanned from curating new cultural festivals to laying the foundations with new arts organizations to remaking established organizations. Their expertise includes leading mission formation, process and program development, strategic planning and financial management. In addition to their work with the Center for Cultural Community, they act as an independent consultant, specifically assisting nonprofit organizations. They are a professional vocalist and musician and an arts evangelist taking any opportunity to advocate the immense potential of our creative community. They serve on multiple boards, including Arkansas Women’s Outreach and Arkansans for the Arts.