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Public and Nonprofit Leadership Center at the Humphrey School of Public Affairs Presents

T2P: Work-Life Balance, Integration, and Wellbeing

5/5/17, 11:30 AM

About this event

The Public and Nonprofit Leadership Center (PNLC) hosts a Theory to Practice (T2P) lunch hour learning series to take what Humphrey students are learning in the classroom and to discuss what this looks like in practice in the sector. Topics of discussion will range from the public and nonprofit sectors, to leadership and managment. 

Event Details:
Friday, May 5 2017
Humphrey School of Public Affairs
Room 50B

Bring your lunch and join a conversation about how we can create healthy and sustainable work for people, organizations , and institutions advancing the field of public affairs. We will discuss challenges and opportunities facing non-profits and the public sector.

Carrie Oelberger, Assistant Professor

Carrie Oelberger is an assistant professor of nonprofit management. Her research examines how private considerations shape nonprofit organizations and fields, drawing upon and contributing to organizational theory, the sociology of work, economic sociology, and the study of social movements. Dr. Oelberger’s research agenda, teaching interests, and service commitments are motivated by her experience in professional practice. 

Suzanne Keopplinger, Director 

Suzanne Koepplinger is the Catalyst Initiative director at the George Family Foundation, a philanthropic leader in the integrative health and healing movement working to transform healthcare delivery and community wellbeing. As the director of the Catalyst Initiative, Ms. Koepplinger and her team help communities realize their capacity to support health and wellbeing using mind-body approaches that are culturally meaningful.  Catalyst is grounded in the team’s firm belief in the power of the human spirit and in the individual’s innate wisdom about his or her own health. 

Event Location
  • HHH Room 50B
  • 301- 19th Ave South
  • Minneapolis MN
  • USA
This event is presented by Public and Nonprofit Leadership Center at the Humphrey School of Public Affairs