Date: 11/02/2023
Time: 1 pm eastern
Run Time: 90 minutes including Q & A session
Leader: Brad Lebowsky MBA, Nonprofit Consultant
Credits: Awarded 1.5 PDCs by SHRM
Price: Webinar $295; Webinar + Download $349 (Share the download with your colleagues)
Audience: EVPs, board members, supervisors and managers, senior staff, finance, payroll, human resources, in-house counsel, grant writers, marketing


Small or large, no matter the mission, sooner rather than later, every nonprofit will need to decide the role artificial intelligence (AI) will play in their organization. Everyone says AI increases productivity and improves the quality of work while reducing costs. This is possible, however, only if your organization acts strategically when evaluating alternative AI applications and embraces only those which make a tangible contribution to the organization’s mission. There are obvious advantages to using AI ChatGPT when writing policies, handbooks, and grant proposals, and in marketing and fundraising. These, however, are only the tip of the iceberg of all the potential AI applications your organization will want to consider. But it’s always wise to look before you leap, and along with AI’s benefits there are also its costs and limitations to consider. Please join Brad Lebowsky MBA, nonprofit consultant, as he discusses the various nonprofit AI applications which are available—emphasizing best practice, benefits, and the support which will be required from your organization.


During this important webinar Mr. Lebowsky will discuss:

  • An overview of AI and its potential nonprofit applications
  • Nonprofits’ specific challenges and how AI can address them
  • Practical tips, strategies, and best practices for nonprofits to start leveraging AI effectively, even with limited resources
  • Additional resources like articles, case studies, and tools to support nonprofits in their AI journey
  • AI in grant writing
  • AI in policy development
  • AI in program development
  • AI in training (employee and board)
  • AI in budgeting and finance.
  • AI in fundraising and donor engagement
  • AI in data analysis and impact measurement
  • AI in natural language processing (NLP). Using NLP, a subset of AI, to analyze qualitative data, such as surveys and testimonials, to measure the impact of programs.
  • AI in volunteer management


Brad Lebowsky  earned his MBA with an emphasis on nonprofit management specializing in finance and budgeting. He has more than 25 years of nonprofit management experience and is a sought-after speaker, author, and nonprofit consultant. His areas of expertise include budgeting, finance, grant writing, strategic planning, board training, retention of donors, employees, volunteers, and professional development. Brad has worked with dozens of nonprofit organizations helping them to improve their performance and better fulfill their missions. In the current period of economic uncertainty Brad has a demonstrated track record of assisting his clients to improve their operations and to identify and take advantage of new opportunities as they arise. Brad can be reached at As a speaker, author, consultant, or podcast host of the NEA Podcast on iTunes and wherever you find your podcasts, his overriding goals are to grow people, communities, and resources for nonprofit organizations across the country.