Chamber Training Institute: Mission Success through Program Evaluation
The Chamber Training Institute program, exclusively sponsored by Wells Fargo, and presented by four partners: USHCC, U.S. Black Chamber, NGLCC and USPAACC, offers chamber leaders and Board of Directors a free, two-day, world-class learning experience to develop business and managerial skills across a wide range of topics. Since 2010, over 700 chamber leaders from across the country have participated in the program, returning to their communities to foster the growth and prosperity of small businesses.
Sal Alaimo has a Ph.D. in Philanthropic Studies from Indiana University and a Master’s Degree in Urban Studies/Nonprofit Management from Georgia State University. Alaimo has worked for nonprofit organizations for nine years and has consulted with nonprofits for 10 years, specializing in evaluation, strategic planning and volunteer management. His most recent publications include the book chapters “Nonprofits and Evaluation: Managing Expectations from the Leader’s Perspective” in the Jossey-Bass Reader on Nonprofit and Public Leadership, and “Contracting out” in the Handbook of Research on Nonprofit Economics and Management.