When you have a large target and many steps to reach that target, where do you start? How do you prioritize? The speakers will walk through their experiences of bringing life to a general idea and the surprising places they found support. Dr. Jen Nardozzi and Jackie Ming, MBA will present a unique perspective of combining the behavioral science with the business aspect to produce big results.
About the presenters:
Jackie is a business consultant for Weeks Marine, a leading marine construction firm. She is based in Houston, TX and has over 15 years of experience primarily in the oil & gas sector. She is well-versed in areas such as project management, sales and business development. Her roles over the years have consistently centered around client interaction/relationship building at multiple levels and across many disciplines for several transnational oil and gas service companies, in addition to serving as liaison to corporate offices worldwide.
Jackie earned her MBA in Global Leadership from the University of Houston in 2017 to complement her Bachelor’s in Business Management, also from the University of Houston.
Jackie has been involved in non-profit work with a special focus on children since 2007. She joined Commit and Act at the beginning of 2016 and is now serving as an advisor to the Board in addition to heading up the International Fundraising Committee.
Dr. Jen is a clinical psychologist with a private practice in Miami, Florida. She is the Co-Founder of Aliveness Programs, an innovative program that helps women globally with food and body issues.
Since 2012, Dr. Jen has been involved in Commit and Act. She currently is a Board Member and has been actively involved in fundraising and helping to launch the social enterprise in Sierra Leone. Dr. Jen has been working with tools regarding crowdsourcing for nonprofits and looks forward to sharing her on the ground experience along with resources that will be helpful for your organization.