Flexible Working: The new landscape to sustain connection and progress


September 9, 2020
10:00am - 11:30am EST

The pandemic has fundamentally changed the way we work. Flexibility has become a critical business strategy to increase employee engagement and retention, and a key component of business continuity, resiliency, and real estate optimization.

Want to learn how you can develop a sustainable and effective flex work program at your organization? Join us for a Leadership Learning Series session hosted in partnership with State Street Corporation on establishing a strong flex work environment. 

The session will be valuable for both new and more experienced leaders who want to learn about the key elements to implementing a successful flex program, how to evolve and sustain these efforts, and how to leverage best practices from remote workers navigating the current global health crisis.


  • Brenda Andrade, Vice President, Employee Engagement, Global Human Resources, State Street Corporation
  • Jenifer Hartnett-Bullen, Managing Director, State Street Corporation 

Practitioner Voices: 

  • Heather Jenkins, Chief of Staff & Equity, uAspire
  • Shaheer Mustafa, President & CEO, HopeWell


  • Nate Bae Kupel, National Director of Recruitment and Alumni, Institute for Nonprofit Practice

About the Leadership Learning Series

INP launched the comprehensive Leadership Learning Series to educate, connect, and uplift leaders in days and months ahead as we continue to grapple with the impact of COVID-19 and ongoing civil unrest. All offerings in the Leadership Learning Series are free and open to the public. Sessions feature local and national thought leaders and experts, and provide timely, relevant content ranging from strategic frameworks and tactical resources to mindfulness practices and tools. Click here to learn more about the series and view upcoming sessions.

Presented by State Street Corporation and Institute for Nonprofit Practice

Registration fee: 


Type of event: 

Partner Events

Learning area: 

Nonprofit Governance


Institute for Nonprofit Practice (INP)