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NS Nonprofit COVID Coalition: Virtual Forum

November 24, 2020 @ 9:00 am - 10:00 am

Join Kenny Hilaire as he explores how nonprofits can apply his model of change management to move toward being more inclusive and equitable.

About this Event

Guest Speakers: Kenny Hilaire


Topic: Change Management Towards More Inclusive and Socially Just Nonprofits


Date and Time: November 24, 2020 from 9 – 10 am.


Kenny Hilaire lives in Halifax where he is the Manager of Canadian and Caribbean Operations for Prosci which is a leading global company in the area of change management. In this role, he leads the team that performs all operational functions for Prosci’s business in Canada and the Caribbean including program logistics, customer service and venue management. He completed his Global Social and Sustainable Enterprise MBA at Colorado State University and while there developed a social enterprise mode that supports youth economic opportunities in the Caribbean. He is currently on the Board of Directors of the Halifax United Way.


Moderated by Stephanie Clarke, co-chair of the NS Nonprofit COVID-19 Coalition, in this Open Forum Kenny will share his model of change management and explore how nonprofit leaders can apply it to move their organizations toward being more inclusive, equitable and diverse. Motivated by the Black Lives Matter Movement and Anti-Black and Indigenous racism Kenny’s personal commitment is to work with his community to make a meaningful difference and support our collective efforts to move toward social justice.

This is one in the series of Open Forums, hosted by the Nova Scotia Nonprofit COVID-19 Coalition, to offer Nova Scotia’s nonprofit and voluntary organizations and nonprofit social enterprises targeted information and insight into COVID-19 related issues and opportunities.

This Virtual Forum is open to anyone who is interested.


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