Webinar – Organizational Responses to COVID 19

How can non profits and charities prepare for and to respond in the face of a quickly evolving COVID 19 landscape?

Scale Collaborative and theDock exists to work with and support social, arts and cultural organizations that contribute greatly to the fabric and support systems of our communities. These are uncertain times that have implications on employees, beneficiaries and clients, and financial outlook. Organizations can take steps to understand the challenge and think through a strategy and response specific to your situation and needs.

On March 17 we hosted a webinar for senior leadership of non profits and community organizations. Kimberly Nemrava, 30+ years with the Canadian Red Cross planning and responding to disasters, walked through the best practices, considerations and strategic planning organizations can take in response to COVID 19. You can watch a recording of the webinar below:

Access the presentation slides and C19 Response Template.

Please note: This webinar is NOT an update or informational session on COVID 19 itself, but is focused on how organizations can prepare, plan, mitigate and communicate effectively about your organizational response to the current situation.

About Kimberly:

Kimberley Nemrava is recently retired from the Canadian Red Cross Society where she served as Vice President for British Columbia & the Yukon. Hailing from Winnipeg, Manitoba, she first came west as part of the inaugural class at Lester B. Pearson College of the Pacific.

She went on to be the first female to work on a Canadian Coast Guard search and rescue unit. With this background in water safety, first aid and lifesaving, Kimberley joined the Red Cross over 30 years ago and has held positions in First Aid, Water Safety, Communication and Management. Kimberley is a graduate of the University of Victoria (B.Sc. Biology) and Royal Roads University (MA Leadership and Training).

In her spare time, she visits hospitals, care homes and schools with her therapy dog Sophie through the Pacific Animal Therapy Society. She is passionate about working with people to help others.