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Gain Insight from CLA’s Tami Heim at the 2015 Ministry Leadership Seminar

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Today’s ministry leaders face multiple, fast-moving challenges. It can be hard to keep up with shifting cultural changes, tax developments, and operational challenges, all while successfully leading your organization.

Tami Heim, keynote speaker at the 2015 Ministry Leadership SeminarsThat’s why we’re pleased to provide California-area ministries with the 2015 Ministry Leadership Seminars in San Diego, Livermore, and Brea, November 3 – 5. Each seminar will feature a keynote session by Christian Leadership Alliance president and CEO Tami Hemi. Tami has extensive executive leadership experience across a variety of industries, and she’ll share what it is about our personal leadership that influences and causes the circumstances and outcomes we experience as leaders.

These seminars are co-sponsored with ECCU, and registration is free for ECCU members and CapinCrouse clients. In addition to Tami’s inspiring keynote, there will be sessions on important tax developments and challenges surrounding moral issues and ministry employees, plus a networking lunch.

 

Please check out Tami’s bio below, and click on a link for detailed seminar information and registration. These seminars are designed to be a time of insight, networking, and fellowship, and we hope you can join us!

San Diego
Tuesday, November 3

Livermore
Wednesday, November 4

Brea
Thursday, November 5

 

About Tami Heim

Tami Heim has been the president and CEO of Christian Leadership Alliance since January 2012. Her professional career includes executive leadership experience in the technology, marketing, publishing,  and retail industries. She has served as a partner in The A Group – Brand Development, executive vice president and chief publishing officer for Thomas Nelson Publishers, and as the president of Borders, Inc. Tami also has experience serving on the nonprofit boards of EQUIP, Lead Like Jesus, Christian Alliance for Orphans, Growing Leaders, Christianity Today, and Christian Leadership Alliance.

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