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Regional Conversation: PRESENTING with IMPACT!

December 12, 2018 @ 11:30 a.m. - 1:30 p.m.


Do your nerves kick into overdrive before making a donor pitch? (Why yes, they do!)

Do you get nervous or shaky before a board presentation? (Who doesn’t?!?)

Does public speaking, even about the mission you love, tie your stomach in knots? (Yep, sweaty palms too!)

If any (or all) of that describes you, don’t miss this special session in December!

We’re bringing in two national coaches from Ignite CSP out of Asheville, North CarolinaThey’ll help you face pitch & presentation challenges with purpose… genuineness… and CALM.

Brought to you in partnership with the Center for Strategic Philanthropy & Civic Engagement (CSPCE), “Presenting with Impact” is an interactive, activity-filled, fun session based on concrete tactics that are repeatable.

You’ll leave with solid concepts to ease anxiety…

Slow a racing heart…

Face your fears…

And step forward as your best self!

To make more powerful connections with your audience – your donors, board members, volunteers — with intention and impact, join us!

Wednesday, December 12th

11:30am to 1;30pm

ArtServe, 1350 E. Sunrise Blvd, Fort Lauderdale, FL 33304

Class is FREE, and includes lunch by ARC Broward, and great networking !

(Pssst … see below for an extra offer!)

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About our Presenters:

Angie Flynn-McIver is the founder and President of Ignite CSP. She has designed and facilitated leadership-training workshops, coached executives, and taught workshops all over the country. Angie is the lead designer for all of the company’s training programs, and she recruits and trains all of Ignite CSP’s coaches. Her individual clients include politicians, clergy, corporate executives, professional public speakers, doctors, tech gurus, musicians, and more.

Angie comes to this work from a lifetime spent in theatre: acting, directing, and producing. She began her career at Playwrights Horizons, an award-winning off-Broadway theatre company, and she was the assistant director on the Broadway play Sacrilege, starring Ellen Burstyn and Giancarlo Esposito, within a year. Since then she has directed more than forty productions, including plays by Shakespeare, Stoppard, Kushner, Shepard, and many others. Angie and her husband, Charlie, founded North Carolina Stage Company in Asheville, NC, which has won many local, regional, and national awards since its inception in 2001.

Angie is a a PCC-level certified coach and a member of the International Coach Federation. She holds a Masters Degree in Organizational Development and Leadership from Fielding Graduate University and a BA in Theatre with Honors from Smith College. Angie has taught on the faculties of both the University of North Carolina at Asheville and Warren Wilson College. She has served on the boards of the North Carolina Theatre Conference and Lillian’s List.

Neela Muñoz brings an extensive theatre background to her work as a consultant and coach. As a seasoned director, Equity actor, and educator with more than twenty plus years’ experience in professional theatre, Neela uses the proven tactics and techniques of the trade with clients through roleplaying, one-on-one coaching, and the facilitation of workshops, with a focus on presentation and communication skills.

Neela’s unique training in presence-based coaching, coupled with her background in the arts, allows her to effectively share the art of self-presentation and communication to a wide variety of clients from non-profit community-based organizations, advocates, veterans, students, pediatricians, politicians, engineers, expert witnesses, technicians, teachers, medical professionals, consultants, corporate executives to large firms across the United States and around the globe.


December 12, 2018
11:30 a.m. - 1:30 p.m.
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National Leadership Institute with Center for Strategic Philanthropy and Civic Engagement


1350 E Sunrise Blvd
Fort Lauderdale, FL 33304-2807,
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(954) 462-8190


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