Program Director

Beverly is a lifelong learner, as evidenced by her substantial list of degrees and certificates. Bev believes knowledge is power and delights in sharing information that empowers others to do their best work. At NAF, she increases the capacity and knowledge of nonprofit organizations. She appreciates being part of a team that is all about continuous improvement, responsibility, and listening to those they serve.

Beverly is responsible for planning, managing and delivering NAF’s high quality and responsive training programming. Bev is also a racial justice facilitator. She earned two Master’s Degrees in Nonprofit Management and Public Administration at Hamline University. Beverly serves on the Urban Indian Advisory Board appointed by the Minnesota Indian Affairs Council and the Cultural and Ethnic Communities Leadership Council (CECLC) appointed by the Minnesota Department of Human Services commissioner. She is a James P. Shannon Leadership Institute alumnus. Previously Bev was a manager at Project for Pride in Living and Greater Twin Cities United Way.