The mission of United Partners for Human Services is to educate, support and advocate for public and private not-for-profit human service agencies of the Big Bend.
 

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SAVE THE DATE - May 14th!

15th Annual Conference for Excellence in Nonprofit Management and Leadership is May 14, 2014
at the Tallahassee Community College (TCC) Center for Workforce Development.

The 15th annual conference – with the theme “Taking on Today: Success Strategies for Human Services Professionals in the New Normal” – will include nonprofit leaders, board members, program staff and volunteers who will learn about innovative strategies and creative approaches to managing and navigating change.

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United Partners for Human Services Hires Executive Director -- Ellen Piekalkiewicz

Photo of Ellen Piekalkiewicz.Ellen is a non-profit manager with over 25 years of experience in public policy, legislative and governmental affairs; contract and grants management; disability rights, and grant writing. For the last three years, Ellen has worked a consultant to statewide organizations, local nonprofits, and federal agencies. Prior to that, Ellen was the Executive Director of the Florida Substance Abuse and Mental Health Corporation, an advisory council to the Governor and Florida Legislature. From 2001-2004, Ellen was the Assistant Director of Operations for Disability Rights Florida. She is an avid arts enthusiast with a particular passion for opera. Ellen is originally from Lawrence, Kansas and received her bachelor’s degree from Grinnell College and master’s degree from the University of Kansas. Ellen and her husband have two children – Natalie, a sophomore at Florida State University and Alexander, a senior at Lawton Chiles High School.

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