FREE EVENT – Nonprofit Café, “Measuring Impact,” 11/13/2015

Do you understand the nonprofit numbers game?  And why numbers matter?  Then don’t miss the next Nonprofit Café. (Note date change due to Thanksgiving – this event is this Friday!)

Measuring Impact: How to Convey
Numbers to Gain Supporters
with Penelope Pierce,
Gallatin Valley Land Trust

November 13, 2015
8:30a.m – 9:45a.m.

Weaver Room (upstairs) at the Emerson Center
111 S. Grand Avenue, Bozeman

It’s free!

>> Click here to register


The numbers game and why numbers matter – using support to leverage support, acres to leverage acres and miles of trails to leverage miles of trails. Penelope will discuss the art and science of metrics in fundraising and how to make numbers sing, tell stories and inspire.


Penelope Pierce has led the Gallatin Valley Land Trust as Executive Director since late 2010.

Prior to working with GVLT, Penelope was the US Regional Director of the Yellowstone to Yukon Conservation Initiative (Y2Y). She practiced land use and real estate law in Seattle, Washington, and was the Director of Land Conservation for the Wyoming Chapter of The Nature Conservancy before spending 10 years on the Osa Peninsula of Costa Rica operating a private reforestation project and wildlife refuge.

Penelope holds a B.A. in Psychology and Sociology from the College of William and Mary, and a J.D. from the University of Oregon School of Law. She serves on the Board of Directors of the Montana Association of Land Trusts (MALT), and on the Conservation Defense Advisory Committee of the Land Trust Alliance (LTA).