Sunday Supper - February

with guest: Dana Nichols, Development Manager of Individual Giving at KIPP Metro Atlanta Schools.


DETAILS:

Sunday Suppers are casual gatherings where new ideas and stimulating conversation are the main fare. The guest speaker leads an informal discussion based on their work or topic of interest. Reservations are open to current Harvard Club of Georgia members and their guests on a first-come, first-served basis. Attendance is limited to 12 people so that the conversation is more personal and happens around the dinner table. 

NEW FORMAT: The dinners will be Pot-luck, so please bring a dish that you like that will feed a dozen guests. The February dinner will be at the home of Robert Hahn (Inman Park). We will have 12 club members (in addition to the guest speaker).
If you are interested in hosting a Sunday Dinner, please contact Robert ( rahahn5@gmail.com )
You must be fully immunized against Covid to attend.

The Hahn household has three cats.  They will be out of the way, but if you have allergies, beware.

COST: Free, but you must register in advance.

RSVP: Open to first 12 HCG members

SPEAKER: Dana Nichols, Development Manager of Individual Giving at KIPP Metro Atlanta Schools.


Dana is currently the Development Manager of Individual Giving at KIPP Metro Atlanta Schools.

 

Before joining KIPP, Dana spent 12 years at Harlem Childrens Zone (HCZ), most recently as the Director of Donor Engagement where she lead and identified donor partnerships that supported the organizations mission and the needs of the students and families. During her time at HCZ, Dana held various positions such as Parent Engagement Manager where she developed a parent engagement program specifically for middle and high school families, and Assistant Director of Healthy Living Initiative where she developed and managed after-school sports, fitness, and nutrition programs for students and adults. Dana also was the Assistant Director of the Practitioners Institute where she spoke to visitors from all over the world about HCZs model and best practices in community building and education. Most of her career has been dedicated to ending generational poverty and improving educational equity and student achievement, formerly through direct services and currently in a management capacity.

 

Dana originally began her career working at the Children's Home Society and Partnership for Strong Families in Gainesville, Florida. Both organizations work with children in the foster care system.

 

Dana earned her bachelors degree from the University of Florida.

When:

6:00PM - 9:00PM Sun 20 Feb 2022, Eastern timezone

Where:

Home of Robert Hahn
936 Austin Ave.
Atlanta, GA 30307

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Look Who's Coming:

Gregory Cole
Robert Hahn
... a total of 2 guests.
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