As a graduate of MNPL, you are a member of a network of more than 400 alumni who are working to transform organizations and communities around the world. We value your insights, and are interested in your continued engagement.
We'd love to hear from you.
Maureen Emerson Feit
"The personal and professional growth I experienced in the MNPL program broadened my horizons, my perspective, and my sense of worth to the community. The cohort model, taught by the region's top nonprofit leaders, offers the most valuable, real-world education and training available. It mirrors what I know to be true about agencies that successfully meet and even exceed their mission: it's all about relationships. The program presented me with new insights into my skills, style and leadership. The connections I made at Seattle U., especially my fellow cohort members, continue to be a source of support and strength today."
"The MNPL experience made a profound impact on my personal and professional development. After spending the first five years of my career in the corporate sector, I knew that I wanted to make a transition to nonprofit work full-time. The program helped me develop a powerful toolkit, giving me the confidence I needed to transition from a management role in corporate marketing and communications, to launching a career in the nonprofit sector. During the program, I found a deeper sense of purpose, confidence, and commitment to my values and to my work. Beyond the course curriculum, the knowledge that I gained and relationships forged with my cohort members was invaluable."
"The MNPL program inherently embodies Seattle University's mission of empowering leaders for a more just and humane world. The faculty, the organizations, the cohort of students naturally create a community working to impact positive change. The program intentionally fosters a reflective practice—encouraging students to focus on their core values and beliefs, recognize how these are inherently connected to the work they do, and apply this to strengthening and embodying leadership qualities. The program not only prepared me to take on this work; but also to lead conversations and efforts around measuring organizational impact in a deeper and more quantifiable way."
"For years I have been successful in my non-profit work through best guesses and gut feelings. Operating this way can be stressful and trying. This program has given me a solid foundation that has bolstered my confidence and a skill set grounded in best practices and learning research methods. What I most appreciate about the MNPL program are the instructors who put in time to create classes that are well thought out and engaging. We have had access to incredible guest speakers that are forerunners in the field and have created invaluable networks with seasoned nonprofit leaders."
Maureen Emerson Feit, PhD
Director of the Nonprofit Leadership Program
Graduate Program Coordinator
Senior Administrative Assistant
The MNPL Program is physically located in
Jefferson Building 401
E Jefferson St & 14th Ave
Seattle, WA 98122
Saturday, January 26 at 9:30 AM
Monday, February 4 at 6:00 PM
Monday, March 4 at 6:00 PM