Panelists Offer Perspectives on Nonprofit Workplaces
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Oct. 25 event also celebrated the 100 Best Nonprofits to Work For in Oregon in 2022
Four Oregon nonprofits leaders discussed their workplace cultures in a panel moderated by OB staff writer Sander Gusinow this week. The event was followed by on-stage recognition of this year's 100 Best Nonprofits to Work For in Oregon — OB's first in-person celebration of Oregon's top nonprofits since the COVID pandemic began in 2020.
Photos by Jason E. Kaplan
Tuesday's event was held at Portland Center Stage and was sponsored by Columbia Bank.
Phoebe Krueger, Columbia Bank VP and Corporate Social Responsibility Manager, launched the panel discussion.
Panelist Kristen Saladow, Director of Membership, Communications and Advancement at the Nonprofit Association of Oregon
Jennifer Mylenek, Executive Director of CASA of Jackson and Josephine County
Scott Kerman, Executive Director, Blanchet House and Farm
Charles Fitz, Operations Manager of Urban League of Portland
An active Q&A followed the morning panel discussion.
Guests had a chance to mingle and enjoy refreshments before the event began.
Please visit Oregon Business's Facebook page for more photos of the event.