Ogunquit Town Manager, Tom Fortier, and the Select Board, have invited the public to attend a special fundraising strategy workshop Thursday, August 30, from 1-4 p.m., at the Dunaway Center, 23 School Street.
Members of the community are invited to share thoughts about fundraising strategies for preserving the Marginal Way. Marsha Greenberg will facilitate. All are welcomed. For questions, contact Marginal Way Preservation Fund board member, Ben Hershenson (firstname.lastname@example.org).
Marsha S. Greenberg, Partner with The Greenshoe Group, brings more than 30 years experience in consulting, training and expert facilitation to her clients. She works with clients ranging from large high-tech manufacturers to small non-profit organizations. Marsha was Corporate Diversity Education Manager and Worldwide Education Manager for Digital Equipment Corporation. She was founder and manager of Women’s Educational & Resource Enterprises in Boston, Massachusetts. Marsha has consulted to business leaders in cultures as diverse as Singapore, Ireland, Hong Kong, Puerto Rico, Canada and Taiwan.She served on the faculty of Antioch New England Graduate School of Organization and Management from 1993-2005. She was an adjunct faculty at The University of New England (2007-2010) working in Haifa and Tel Aviv, teaching Israeli nurses Interpersonal Communications and Cultural Diversity. During recent summers she has worked for Seeds of Peace facilitating dialogue groups for adults from Israel, Palestine, Egypt, Jordan, India, Pakistan and Afghanistan. She lives on an island off the coast of Portland Maine with her husband Steve Schuit. They have two adult sons and two wonderful grandchildren.