Strategic & Project Planning: Becoming Agents of Change

APA Virginia Chapter


Tuesday, September 18, 2018
8:30 a.m. - 4:30 p.m. EDT

Petersburg, VA, United States

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During 2018, Virginia Cooperative Extension will offer its newest training, Strategic and Project Planning:  Becoming Agents of Change. 


Whether a group wants to write a comprehensive strategic plan or design the steps for project implementation, there are promising practices for this type of work. 


This one-day course will explore the planning process for transitioning an idea into reality.  Each participant will receive a planning notebook that will guide his/her work with any organization or community work group.


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Megan M. Seibel

Dr. Seibel is the inaugural director of the VALOR Program at Virginia Tech, which is dedicated to fostering leadership and capacity building for Virginia’s largest private industries. As an Extension Specialist, Dr. Seibel offers experiential program content around leadership best practice in education, workplace, and grassroots organizational settings. Team ... Read More

Martha A. Walker

Martha A. Walker serves as one of four Community Viability Specialists with Virginia Cooperative Extension (VCE) and is a faculty member in Virginia Tech’s College of Agriculture and Life Sciences Department of Agricultural and Applied Economics. Dr. Walker joined VCE in October 2005 after serving for 28 years with ... Read More

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