John Dyck, Board Member, Journey Home Community
Vancouver, BC, Canada
About the Presenter
John was born and raised in Guayaquil, Ecuador, where his parents were missionaries, and grew up with a very Latin American worldview. He is married to Rebecca for almost 50 years and they have been a part of Willingdon Church for most of that time. They have three adult children who live with their families in various parts of the world. John obtained an M.A. from the University of Alabama. He taught high school in Colombia and Richmond for 33 years,, and then served as an instructor at Trinity Western University for 12 years. John volunteers with Journey Home Community, which serves refugee families who come to Canada seeking asylum. Until recently he worked with WorldServe Ministries for 14 years developing leadership and providing resources for church planters and children’s ministry in Cuba. Besides spending time with his family, he enjoys walking, hiking and soccer, as well as reading a variety of books and journals.
About the Presentation
John will be conducting a Q&A with Diana Montoya on "Entrepreneurial Leadership for Non-Profit Organizations."
Non-profit organizations need to maintain an entrepreneurial mindset in order to survive and thrive. That’s not easy. Learn how entrepreneurial leadership can help a nonprofit organization maximize its missional impact. Further, business leaders and entrepreneurs are more inclined to support organizations that align with their values. This session will be of interest both to supporters of NPOs who will develop greater clarity regarding the types of organizations they may wish to support and to leaders of NPOs who will be able to reflect on best practices for running their organizations.