We all know volunteering to advance a non-profit’s mission is impactful and rewarding. However, have you ever considered how you can professionally grow from leaning in to non-profit work? Hear from a group of successful accomplished business women how they have developed their overall professional skills through non-profit volunteering and leadership.
Scheduled speakers include:
President and CEO of Girls Inc, Greater Indianapolis
As President and CEO of Girls Inc., Elyssa Campodonico-Barr, helps provide girls from Indianapolis communities with the skills and knowledge to be strong, smart and bold. In her role Elyssa oversees the Girls Inc. operations and staff and provides the strategic vision and direction needed by the agency to serve girls ages 6-18 in the Indianapolis area. Elyssa last served as Chief of Staff of the Indiana Bureau of Motor Vehicles and advisor to the Commissioner. She was responsible for the development and execution of the BMV’s three-year Strategic Plan, the central coordination of staff activities, and advising the Commissioner on major projects and policy initiatives. Prior to her role as Chief of Staff, Elyssa was an attorney within Indiana University’s Office of the Vice President & General Counsel where she largely focused on Title IX litigation matters. Before returning to her native Hoosier state, Elyssa worked in the international relations sector with a focus on gender equality and women’s empowerment. Elyssa holds a Doctor of Jurisprudence and a Master of Public Administration from Indiana University. Her commitment to civic engagement and service includes serving as a member of the Invent Learning Academy Board of Directors, a founding member of the Julian Center’s Young Professional’s Board, and volunteering with the Neighborhood Christian Legal Clinic. Elyssa is a graduate of the FBI Citizens Academy and the Stanley K. Lacy Executive Leadership Series Class XLII.
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