8/18 Roaring Fork Leadership Live presents Resiliency Mindset
Resiliency Mindset

8/18 Resiliency Mindset

Join Roaring Fork Leadership Live for Resiliency Experience presenting Resiliency Mindset, a free event with Lisa Clark via Zoom. This event will be held on Tuesday 8/18 from 12:00-1:00 pm. To register for the meeting, click here and for more information on this virtual event, visit their Facebook event page.

Resiliency and Leadership can be both taught and learned. Join Lisa Clark to learn how shes is flexing her largest “resiliency muscle,” right now, through a recent personal tragedy during the Covid crisis. This talk will focus on three key areas that helps her lead during difficult times and can help any leader do the same.


Lisa Clark, Raising with Lisa Clark, a seasoned and experienced fundraising professional, has been in this space for over 20 years having served as the former Director of Donor Relations for Stanford University and as the former Chief Development Officer of the Award-Winning Nonprofit, Fresh Lifelines for Youth. Currently, the Corporate Partners Program Manager for Stanford Children’s Hospital.

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