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Partnership As Strategy: A Leadership Conversation

  • April 23, 2021
  • 12:00 PM - 1:00 PM


Virtual Program

Partnership As Strategy: A Leadership Conversation

Friday, April 23 at 12 PM

Marsha L. Semmel, Principal, Marsha Semmel Consulting

Deborah Schwartz, Independent Consultant, The Center for Brooklyn History

In this session, two senior museum leaders who have experienced how partnerships strengthen museums, build strong community ties, and support the "bottom line," use case studies to discuss the why and how of museum community partnerships, including coping with inevitable 'potholes' on the road to partnership success.  What are the opportunities, challenges, and  imperatives for museum-community partnerships in the current environment, when our museums are dealing with the effects of the pandemic; the mandate to reckon with equity,  inclusion, and social justice; and a reconsideration of business models? Ample time will be devoted to addressing attendees' specific partnership challenges.

Registrants will receive the Zoom link via email the day before or by 11:30 AM for same-day registrations. Registration will close at 11:20 AM

Friday, April 23, 2021

12 - 1 PM

Live program is free, MANY Members will have access to the program recording; advance registration required

Please submit any questions you may have for the meet-up when you register.

Closed Captioning provided; ASL Interpretation provided upon request. Please contact us via email.

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