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Rural Nonprofit Coffee Connections: Nonprofit Project Management

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Chanse Frenette |  Angelica Hernandez-Williams |  Robyn Reyff
Course Levels:
1.5 hr
Hosted by:
AZ Impact for Good | Arizona Grantmakers Forum
United Way of Graham and Greenlee Counties - Safford, Arizona



Join us at our Rural Nonprofit Coffee Connections for a chance to meet and mingle with others in the field and enjoy complimentary refreshments.
Managing a nonprofit project in a rural area can come with its own unique set of challenges. Learn effective project management techniques for rural nonprofits to ensure successful outcomes. Chanse Frenette, from Echoing Hope Ranch, will offer tips and best practices for effective project management in rural environments.
RSVP required as space is limited. 


  • You'll enjoy casual networking, delicious coffee, and snacks.
  • Bring plenty of business cards and get ready to make some new connections!



Rural organizations that would like to learn how to successfully manage their projects.



Chanse Frenette's Profile

Chanse Frenette Related seminars and products

Co-Executive Director

Echoing Hope Ranch

Administrative professional with 20+ years of proven success overseeing workforce development, accounting procedures, and business initiatives for renowned university athletic departments, higher education institutions, a sizeable Utah-based architecture firm and local City Governments. Expertise spans a diverse array of core operations functions from human resources to compliance and accounting. Established a strong reputation as a subject matter expert and trusted financial partner known for maximizing spending, minimizing costs, and consistently delivering optimal business solutions. Utilize results-driven metrics to motivate high-performing teams and exceed growth and revenue projections.

Angelica Hernandez-Williams's Profile

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Director of Rural Programs

AZ Impact for Good

Angelica Hernandez-Williams is a nonprofit leader and network marketer who partners with nonprofits across rural Arizona to build their capacity and connect them to needed services. She is currently serving as the Director of Rural Programs for The Alliance of Arizona Nonprofits. In her role, she helps provide educational opportunities for nonprofits to achieve their mission in rural Arizona. Angelica is a Certified Business Services Consultant and holds a Nonprofit Management Certificate. She has a Bachelors in Communications from Northern Arizona University and a Masters in Labor and Employment Law from Tulane University.

Robyn Reyff's Profile

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Director of Nonprofit and Partner Member Services

AZ Impact for Good



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United Way of Graham and Greenlee Counties

1124 W. Thatcher Blvd., #100, Safford, Arizona 85546, United States
(928) 424-5100