Christina Benty, the owner of a consulting firm designed to assist teams in building a culture of excellence in leadership and governance, will speak at the Involve Abbotsford Symposium on Nov. 30.

Involve Abbotsford Symposium offers chance to learn and network

Free one-day event takes place Nov. 30

A free event enabling local organizations to share vital information, network and learn from each other will take place Nov. 30.

The Involve Abbotsford symposium brings together not-for-profits, sports groups, arts groups, and community service groups to learn and share information about the best in organizational practice, business administration, and to network, support, and gain professional knowledge that is crucial to sustainable operations.

The symposium will take place Thursday, Nov. 30 from 9:30 a.m. to 3:15 p.m. at the Matsqui Centennial Auditorium.

Symposium participants will have the opportunity to network with local professionals in various fields, build community connections, attend informative workshops, and hear from an inspirational keynote speaker, Christina Benty. Benty is the owner of Strategic Leadership Solutions, a consulting firm designed to assist teams in building a culture of excellence in leadership and governance.

Registration is free and available online at abbotsford.ca/involve.

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