NAPO National -- What's in YOUR Membership?
This year’s chapter meeting and annual luncheon on May 16 will feature a special guest speaker: Nadine Levy, a NAPO National Board Member, visiting us from southern California. She will be speaking to us on the topic: NAPO National — What’s in YOUR Membership?
Please email Jane Hale (email@example.com) with questions about NAPO National that you’d like Nadine to answer at the meeting.
About Our Presenter
Nadine Seidman Levy, NAPO National Board member and NAPO-LA Past President, is the founder and principal of Management 180, a firm specializing in small business organizing, productivity and efficiency. She holds two Master’s Degrees: one in Public Policy and Administration, and a second in Social Work from the University of Southern California.
Nadine has an extensive background working to help small and emerging businesses, in both the public and private sectors, become more efficient through streamlining workflow and refining processes.
Nadine routinely provides consulting services including organizational assessments, business process reengineering, efficiency audits, as well as, policy and procedure development. The result of her expertise is a more structured and capable business entity that is prepared for scaled growth and sustained profitability. As a former quality assurance and compliance administrator, Nadine approaches every project with a meticulous and unmatched attention to detail.
When she is not working, Nadine manages a household comprised of her two children, her husband and one quirky yellow Labrador Retriever named Bailey.
Our annual luncheon will take place in our meeting room at the Holiday Inn, from 12:00 to 2:00, and will be filled with with special announcements, lots of great networking time, awards and recognition, our annual board transition, lots of fun, and dessert!
Cost of lunch is $20 - please pay at the door with cash or check (credit cards not accepted).
Please RSVP for the luncheon to Susie Marsh (firstname.lastname@example.org) by May 1st.
Due to the non-standard format of our May meeting, including group photos being taken, and the luncheon, we will not be running Zoom in May.