Fall 2016: ESC and Liberty Mutual Workshops!

Boston, MA – ESC of New England’s Professional Development Institute is proud to announce three upcoming workshops with Liberty Mutual Insurance. The sessions will cover a range of topics to support and inform the New England nonprofit sector.

“Since the 1990’s Liberty Mutual has been working with Executive Service Corps of New England as it provides capacity-building tools and access to knowledgeable facilitators for our nonprofit partners,” says Melissa M. MacDonnell, Foundation President at Liberty Mutual Insurance. “We know from our grantees that running a nonprofit is a challenging job. The leadership must meet ever increasing demands from donors, constituents and the general public.  Often the first thing to be sacrificed in an agency’s budget is professional development and R&D.  We hope that by partnering with Executive Service Corps of New England on these workshops we are creating opportunities for our grantees to learn and to collaborate on solutions that will improve their services and ultimately society.”

ESC Consultant Sue Burk will present Outcomes Measurement on October 13, Carole Allen Scannell will present Fundraising on November 3, and Kelley Chunn will present Cause Marketing on December 8. All sessions will take place at Liberty Mutual’s Boston offices.

Registration details will be announced at a later date.


About ESC of New England:
ESC of New England’s (ESC) mission is to enhance the impact of nonprofit organizations through high quality, affordable consulting services, capacity building, leadership support, and programs provided by experienced professionals dedicated to serving the community. For 34 years and counting, ESC’s generous underwriters and our 150 strong consultants have made ESC a trusted nonprofit resource for leadership support and practical, affordable consulting to nonprofits.

About Liberty Mutual Insurance:
Headquartered in Boston, Mass., Liberty Mutual is a diversified insurer with more than 50,000 employees and operations in 30 countries and economies around the world.  As the company has expanded, so too has its philanthropy.  In 2015, Liberty Mutual and its employees contributed $50 million to the community.  Today, it supports nonprofits through the Liberty Mutual Foundation: Serve with Liberty, its global employee service program; and Give with Liberty, an annual campaign where Liberty matches employee contributions to charities most important to workers and their families.