About Us & Meeting Dates

Meeting 5-10-17 Pas Village

The Pasadena Executive Roundtable is an informal consortium of local nonprofit executive directors who meet to discuss leadership and management issues of common concern and hear presentations by speakers of interest.

The focus of the round table is decided each year by a steering committee led by a chairperson. The group normally meets on the second Wednesday of every month from 8:30 to 10am with the exception of July and Aug. Electronic invitations are sent to our mailing list before each of our meetings and events.

Interested in joining? See our Membership page for more information.

Meeting Dates 2018 – 2019

*Unless specified, all meetings are fromĀ 8:30am-10:00am.

retreat2aDec. 12: Holiday party at the Western Justice Center / Maxwell House; for paid members only. Please RSVP at https://executiveroundtableholiday2019.eventbrite.com. If you are the Executive Director or Chief Executive Officer of a Pasadena-based nonprofit, but have not yet paid 2018-2019 membership, you can sign up at that link as well. If you’re not sure if your organization is a member, please visit our current members page.


Cynthia FlynnJan. 16, 2019: Preventing Sexual Harassment. Nonprofits not only want to prevent harassment lawsuits, we more importantly want to cultivate work environments that are respectful and thoughtful. How has this changed in the MeToo era? How can we make sure that not only staff but volunteers and clients are also trained in appropriate workplace conduct? Join Cynthia Flynn, employment attorney at Hackler Flynn for this important discussion on how to keep our organizations, staff, volunteers and clients safe from harassment. (Please note that this is not a harassment certification workshop, but a general informational session. Registration for this meeting will open in mid-December.) Hosted by the Women’s City Club of Pasadena.


Feb. 20: Internships: How can nonprofits identify roles for interns, then find good College Access Plan 1interns? How can internships cultivate youth to give life-long service, explore careers in the nonprofit sector and increase diversity in nonprofit staff and leadership? Join Amy Foell, Workforce Development Coordinator at the Pasadena Chamber of Commerce, and Kardia Pickney, founder and Executive Director of Ideal Youth, to learn more about about making great use of the talents of young people.

Mar. 20

Apr. 17

May 15

June 19

We are looking for organizations and leaders willing to speak at upcoming meetings. Please contact Elizabeth Dever at edever@rmhcsc.org if you have an idea for a speaker.

Journey House serves as the fiscal sponsor for this group. We rotate the monthly meetings to different nonprofits so that we can learn from one another from seeing their offices, meeting space or program.

* This website was created by Cameron Summers and our logo was created by Juka Imai, both volunteers with Jericho Road Pasadena.

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