Amy Rogers, executive director of Habitat for Humanity for Mesa County, plans to attend the Strategic Perspectives in Nonprofit Management (SPNM) course at Harvard University.
Habitat for Humanity of Mesa County was nominated for and accepted a scholarship so Rogers could attend the course. SPNM is a Harvard Business School social enterprise initiative program that helps executives examine their missions and develop new strategies for a global economy. The week-long course in July will focus on building a strong strategic plan, finance, change leadership and products and services as well as other conceptual components.
“The entire community, not just Habitat, will benefit from this award and training as we look to take Habitat to the next level and provide even more homes and services for those in need,” said Rogers, who will celebrate two years with the organization in August.