March 13, 2019 @ 2:00 pm – 3:00 pm

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The 2018 Nonprofit Talent Management Strategies Survey indicated a top priority of many nonprofits is to strengthen internal capacity around interviewing skills and practices. This means that nonprofits need to have nimble and efficient recruitment processes to compete for talent, and technology is a huge part of that talent acquisition equation. While video and new HR technologies for recruitment have made the interviewing process a lot more fun, these new developments have also added a layer of legalities that your nonprofit’s recruiters and hiring managers may be oblivious to, possibly exposing your mission to unnecessary harm.

This webinar is for you if you know that your nonprofit has recently or will soon update its processes and technology tools for interviewing candidates. Sign up now for immediate answers to your team’s and internal partners’ growing recommendations to incorporate more technology into your recruitment strategy. Plus, invite them to participate in the discussion to hear an update on emerging pitfalls first-hand. Register today for this 1-hour discussion!

Sign up now for this webinar and you will discover:

  • Screening and interviewing methods that appeal to the tech-savvy and increasingly remote and contingent workforce
  • Tips for increasing the effectiveness and efficiency of your recruitment process
  • How to navigate the advantages and disadvantages of using social media and video in the recruitment process
  • How to mitigate legal risks through a consistent and organized interview process
  • Topics and questions to avoid during interviews
  • The risks associated with unmanaged social media checks in the hiring process
  • How to navigate challenging interviewee questions or topics


Yvonne Rivera
Director Talent Acquisition
Nonprofit HR

Yvonne is a bilingual professional who brings more than 20 years of diverse credentials to the firm, including leadership, human resources expertise, and a strong business background enabling a collaborative work environment to attain corporate goals.  She is an established talent acquisition strategist with a proven track record in providing exceptional service, developing strong relationships with hiring managers, and providing full life cycle recruitment of quality employees from C-suite to entry level to ensure a strong candidate pipeline, all while having the ability to manage multiple recruiting projects simultaneously with sometimes inflexible deadlines.  Prior to joining Nonprofit HR, Yvonne held leadership roles at Spherion and Career Blazers (acquired by Global Employment Solutions). She brings deep experience supporting the recruitment needs of the nonprofit sector.

As Director of Talent Acquisition at Nonprofit HR, Yvonne leads our direct hire, contingent talent, and recruitment outsourcing activities, including building and cultivating client and candidate relationships and enhancing the firm’s opportunities to continue to serve as a valued business partner with our clients.

Connect with Yvonne before the event! Email her at yrivera@nonprofithr.com.



Sadina Montani
Vedder Price’s Labor and Employment Practice

Sadina Montani is a Shareholder in Vedder Price’s Labor & Employment practice area. Ms. Montani regularly represents employers in state and federal courts, and before various administrative agencies, defending claims of race, sex, disability and age discrimination, wrongful termination, wage and hour violations, and wage payment claims. Ms. Montani has first-chair and second-chair trial experience and has successfully argued summary judgment and other substantive and procedural motions in state and federal court.

Ms. Montani counsels and conducts training programs for her clients on all types of employment-related issues, including harassment and discrimination issues, termination issues (including reductions in force), ADA compliance and discrimination issues, FMLA and FLSA compliance, USERRA compliance and various federal and state employment laws. Ms. Montani routinely conducts and guides clients through challenging internal investigations. Additionally, Ms. Montani has significant experience with wage and hour matters, and regularly conducts wage and hour audits for her clients to ensure FLSA compliance.

Ms. Montani is an author and frequent speaker on a variety of employment topics, most notably on the impact of the #MeToo movement and the anti-harassment laws and best practices employers should understand. Ms. Montani serves as pro bono counsel for a number of nonprofit organizations, which focus on education, the environment and various social services. Prior to entering private practice, Ms. Montani was a freelance musician and performed with the Lansing Symphony Orchestra, the Southwest Michigan Symphony Orchestra and the South Bend Symphony Orchestra, among others.

Connect with Sadina before the event! Email her at smontani@vedderprice.com.



Aaron Brown
Talent Management Consultant
Nonprofit HR

There are many sides to Aaron Brown, he is a former division 1 scholarship athlete, avid dancer, occasional artist, music enthusiast that also happens to be a recruiter. His passion is working with others to strive for excellence and enjoys volunteering with youth sports camps as he is able to see the children develop both physically and socially in the short time frame.

Aaron is an energetic, dedicated professional recruiter with several years of talent acquisition/recruiting and HR Assistant experience in staffing (Quadrant), nonprofit (NPR and ANA), and educational (Blackboard Inc) environments.  He has tremendous positive energy and superior communication skills that have served him well as he has developed networks of people while recruiting for a large volume of job openings at all levels/career fields including technical and healthcare roles.  Aaron is also disciplined and methodical individual with solid experience managing full cycle recruiting activity in a high-pressure, metrics driven environment.

Check out Aaron’s recent blog on nonprofit recruitment programs and see how three brands position their social causes on the forefront and continually think outside of the box in efforts to locate the best-suited candidates for their organizational culture.

Connect with Aaron before the event! Email him at abrown@nonprofithr.com.