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Manhattanville Business School Launches Nonprofit Management Certificate

Advisory board members Maria Imperial; Terry Kirchner; Catherine Marsh; Daniel Alcott and Joanna Straub with Program Director Rhonna Goodman (center) at Manhattanville’s Nonprofit Certificate launch, Tuesday, Feb. 4 at Manhattanville College.
Advisory board members Maria Imperial; Terry Kirchner; Catherine Marsh; Daniel Alcott and Joanna Straub with Program Director Rhonna Goodman (center) at Manhattanville’s Nonprofit Certificate launch, Tuesday, Feb. 4 at Manhattanville College. Photo Credit: Contributed
Dr. Anthony Davidson, Rhonna Goodman, Maria Imperial,  Gail Simmons, Dr. Jon Strauss, at the college’s Nonprofit Certificate launch.
Dr. Anthony Davidson, Rhonna Goodman, Maria Imperial, Gail Simmons, Dr. Jon Strauss, at the college’s Nonprofit Certificate launch. Photo Credit: Contributed
The Manhattanville School of Business’s Nonprofit Certificate advisory board member Greg Maher; Joseph Kenner, Westchester County Deputy Commissioner, Department of Social Services; and Nonprofit Certificate program director Rhonna Goodman.
The Manhattanville School of Business’s Nonprofit Certificate advisory board member Greg Maher; Joseph Kenner, Westchester County Deputy Commissioner, Department of Social Services; and Nonprofit Certificate program director Rhonna Goodman. Photo Credit: Contributed
The Manhattanville School of Business’s Nonprofit Certificate faculty members Will Nolan, Ken Koprowski, Donna Rosenthal, and Mona Lau at the certificate’s launch.
The Manhattanville School of Business’s Nonprofit Certificate faculty members Will Nolan, Ken Koprowski, Donna Rosenthal, and Mona Lau at the certificate’s launch. Photo Credit: Contributed

HARRISON, N.Y. – The Manhattanville School of Business has introduced its Nonprofit Management Certificate, a program designed for nonprofit leaders, board members, volunteers, employees and those interested in the nonprofit sector.

Recognizing that no other program existed in the area to address the specific issues of today’s nonprofits, an advisory board of esteemed nonprofit leaders was assembled to create this desired program. The management certificate will provide key strategies for building high performing, transparent organizations instructed by leading practitioners.

Nonprofit leaders throughout Westchester County were invited to Manhattanville to learn more about the program’s offerings from Nonprofit Management Certificate Director Rhonna Goodman and The Manhattanville School of Business dean, Dr. Anthony Davidson, Wednesday, Feb. 4. The event included a welcome from Davidson and a program overview by its faculty. The certificate’s advisory board also was recognized for its counsel and assistance in developing the program.

“The Nonprofit Management Certificate embodies The Manhattanville School of Business’s mission to create and offer programs that focus attention on developing areas of expertise in the evolving nonprofit landscape,” Davidson said. “This program is truly unique because of collaboration with nonprofit leaders across the county. Our modules directly address the skills that nonprofit leaders find most valuable.”

The Nonprofit Management Certificate will be delivered in a hybrid format using face-to-face and video conference sessions. Participants enroll in one module per month, on a rotational basis, and can complete as many modules as they choose. Instructors are available for personal guidance after each module has been completed.

Those who complete all five modules receive the certificate and are eligible to receive advanced standing in the M.S. in Business Leadership degree at Manhattanville.

For more information about the Nonprofit Certificate program, visit www.mville.edu/programs/nonprofit-management-certificate or contact Goodman at 914-323-5150 or rhonna.goodman@mville.edu.

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