Managing risk is a fundamental component to thoughtful, strategic and responsible nonprofit management, and the greatest tool in your arsenal to manage this organization-changing risk is insurance. Yet insurance is a confusing, complicated and sometimes expensive world.
Please join Dustin Johnson as he simplifies this confusing topic and walks you through a typical insurance policy, explaining key terms to focus on, what it all means, and how the right choice can potentially save your nonprofit from unnecessary exposure.
What You'll Learn
Just a sampling of what this webinar will cover:
The various types of insurance coverage for nonprofits
The nonprofit insurance essentials
The appropriate time to engage various types of insurance coverage
Adequate coverage for your organization
Helping your board understand the insurance risks and responsibilities
Whom to talk to (and whom not to talk to)
*Attendees are encouraged to send their nonprofit insurance and risk scenarios ahead of time, and we will talk through the various issues and strategize the best way to approach each.
Your Conference Leader
Your conference leader for “Understanding the Complex World of Nonprofit Insurance Coverage” is Dustin Johnson. Dustin’s passion is helping communities come together to support and serve those most in need. For well over a decade, he has specialized in bringing his expertise, focus, tenacity and strategic thinking into organizations that are in jeopardy — evaluating and utilizing existing and underutilized resources to bring organizations into solvency and success.
Dustin is currently the executive director of the Anacortes Family Center, a homeless shelter with a unique approach to helping women, children and families in crisis, enabling them to realize self-sufficiency and success. AFC’s program has the distinction of being one of Washington State’s most successful shelters, with an over 80% success rate. Prior to running AFC, Dustin was the director of development and deputy director for Family Law CASA (Court Appointed Special Advocates), an organization that provides legal advocacy to abused and neglected kids in Seattle. At both organizations Dustin led the organization from near-collapse to financially flourishing. Dustin has also worked at the Seattle Symphony, he has been the business manager for Seattle’s historic Pioneer Square Neighborhood, and has been fortunate enough to consult with organizations large and small.