Bobbi Hapgood is a nonprofit strategist who has spent the majority of her professional life working on organizational planning, fundraising, philanthropic leadership and board governance. Bobbi has served as executive director of the North Carolina Network of Grantmakers, communications and development director for the North Carolina Center for Child and Family Health, and as program director for Voices & Choices of the Central Carolinas. Additionally she has consulted for various non-profits, foundations, and networking organizations. When not consulting, Bobbi manages a family ranch and lends a hand with her husband’s company, FlyRight.
In her volunteer time, Bobbi serves on the Board of Directors of the Educational Foundation of America. She also serves on the Board of Full Frame, the Advisory Council of the National Center for Family Philanthropy, the Advisory Board for the UNC Playmakers Repertory Company, and the President’s Council for the North Carolina Coastal Federation.
Bobbi earned her bachelor’s degree in environmental biology and management from the University of California, Davis. She also holds a master’s degree in environmental management from Duke University.
After our last discussion about infusing fun into meetings, it’s time to look at the barriers. We will cover barriers to all different types of meetings (in-person and virtual) and other family engagements. Do family dynamics and other sources of conflict make it difficult to have enjoyable meetings together? How do you diffuse conflict or navigate when people don’t want… Read More
Foundation meetings need intentional planning to make space for families to work together in an enjoyable way. How do you plan for and carry out fun meetings? What are some tactics that facilitate engaging conversations, and what should you be asking your board/staff as you plan? How do you find the tactics that work best with your family’s preferences and… Read More
For this special All Peer Network event, join Bobbi Hapgood in a discussion about how to put the fun and meaningfulness back into family foundation work while keeping everyone effectively engaged. Come ready to discuss the balance between fun and completing board duties, how your family foundation facilitates enjoyable meetings, and which activities are most meaningful for building knowledge of the… Read More
Conflict is neither inherently good nor bad. Conflict will always occur in an organization that's growing, evolving, and changing. On this webinar, we’ll explore typical situations where families might find themselves falling into the avoidance trap, along with useful strategies for ‘avoiding avoidance’ and other related tips and tools for managing family conflict… Read More