2017 NBA Incubate SENT Seminar

September 13-16, 2017

What is SENT Seminar?

The NBA Incubate SENT Seminar equips Social ENTrepreneurs for leadership and change! This four-day seminar is designed for Disciples and their leadership teams who are starting new health and social services ministries. The SENT Seminar will cover the basics of nonprofit ministry startups, as well as skills for leadership and change in our global and faith communities. 

Featured Speakers

  • Mr. Mark Anderson, President and CEO, NBA
  • Mr. Jordan Bles, Director of Development, NBA
  • Rev. LaShaundra McCarty, Owner of 3C: Creative Communications and Consulting
  • Ms. Geetha Rao Sant, Director of the Entrepreneurship and Intellectual Property Clinic at Washington University School of Law
  • Rev. Greg Turk, Pastor of All Pilgrims Christian Church, Seattle 
  • Ms. Kasi Zieminski, Director of Marketing, NBA

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Event Details

  • When: September 13-16, 2017
  • Where: Marillac Center in Leavenworth, KS
  • Registration Fee: $185, which covers the four-day seminar, including lodging, meals, and travel expenses

Application Deadline: August 4, 2017

We invite Disciple social entrepreneurs with a budding health or social service ministry, or a solid idea for one, to apply. Please complete the form below and mark the checkbox for the SENT Seminar!

For more information, please contact Rev. Ayanna Johnson Watkins, Director of the NBA Incubate Initiative.

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Location
September 13-16, 2017
Marillac Center
Leavenworth, KS (Kansas City area)
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