Heidi Henry – firstname.lastname@example.org
Heidi Henry is a senior governance consultant that specializes in business leadership development, strategic planning, project planning, and group facilitation and team building. She started on the CNS Board in 2004 and was board president in 2007. Since then, she has delivered a number of CNS workshops around the state, as well as the President and President Elect training at the large January conference.
Heidi brings to CNS her work as a certified National Main Street Manager, a program with the National Trust for Historic Preservation. She consults with organizations and cities that want to focus their resources on downtown development through the Main Street model of a nonprofit Board, Promotion, Economic Restructuring, and Design Committees.
Prior to CNS, Heidi spent 33 years in the nonprofit world as a chamber manager, a Main Street Manager, the Director of Volunteer Services and Health Education at Silverton Hospital, a state -wide trainer and project planner and community organizer for Oregon Downtown Development Association. She then delivered the roll-out of the first Ford Family Foundation Leadership programs in 2004 as field staff for Rural Development Initiatives. She helped develop and deliver leadership training for communities around the State, was the point person for community assessments and teams of architects and landscape architects and business mix specialists, and worked to create community collaborations and strategic plans for development projects. She has worked in over 85 cities and towns around the Northwest.
Heidi has a Masters degree in Organizational Communications and Ethics, certified with National Main Street, and has a BS in Fine Arts and an Associate’s degree in Marketing.
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Jeni Wells-Whitney – email@example.com
Jeni has spent more than 30 years working for nonprofit organizations in human resources, payroll and benefits, accounting, and administration of a variety of housing and home ownership programs.