Tammy T. Jelinek, MBA – Partner / Wipfli LLP
Wednesday, March 4th
8:30 – 10:00 Eligibility and Recruitment (Part A)
10:15 – 11:45 Eligibility and Recruitment (Part B)
1:45 – 3:00 Generations Working Together
3:15 – 4:30 Having Hard Conversations
Tammy Jelinek has spent the majority of her career working in and with grant-funded and fee-for-services nonprofit organizations. She engages with leadership teams to strategically align their goals to grow, expand, and meet their mission.
Tammy has provided training nationally in the areas of OMB’s Uniform Guidance, Head Start/Early Head Start regulations, organizational development, organizational culture, human resources, leadership, and management. With her understanding of federal laws and regulations, she has assisted with growth,
development, and consulting in both the private and public arenas. In helping clients make changes to impact their communities. From 2014 – 2019 Tammy presented over 225 times to audiences of up to 200 people.
Tammy has engaged in organizational development and culture initiatives, process design and implementation, financial analysis, and change management (including coaching). In addition, she offered her Head Start/Early Head Start knowledge to Wipfli’s Model Human Resources Policies and Procedures Manual. She also answers questions through the My Wipfli Membership Service website.
Tammy Jelinek’s Specific Training Assets
1. Extensive consulting and training experience, specifically with federally grant- funded organizations in program and governance areas.
2. Experience in presenting both on-site (small and large groups) and web-based training.
3. Experience training Head Starts, Early Head Starts, Tribal Governments, Community Action Agencies, Boards, Policy Council members, grant-funded nonprofits, public school districts, universities, municipal and county governments, child development/childcare agencies, and mental health service agencies.
4. Experience providing Uniform Guidance (and the older OMB Circular) training and consulting to thousands of participants in fiscal, program, and organizational leadership over the past decade.
THSA 2020 Conference Workshops
Wednesday, March 4th 8:30 – 10:00 (Part A)
Head Start/Early Head Start programs have numerous opportunities in the area recruiting eligible families with the most need in their communities. In this session we focus on all of the recruitment requirements of 45 CFR Part 1302, Subpart A. We will share current best practices with your professional peers and explore challenges and solutions regarding the future of ERSEA in the programs.
Wednesday, March 4th 10:15 – 11:45 (Part B)
Head Start/Early Head Start programs have a specific set of requirements to assist program leaders in identifying and documenting those who are eligible in for your programs. In this session we focus on all of the eligibility requirements of 45 CFR Part 1302, Subpart A. We will share current best practices with your professional peers and explore challenges and solutions regarding the future of ERSEA in the programs.
Generations Working Together
Wednesday, March 4th 1:45 – 3:00
We are in the midst of a generational shift and you may be feeling the pressure in your agency.
Let’s spend this session focusing on how to think about hiring and inspiring four generations in one workplace! We will explore having Baby Boomers, GenX, Millennials (GenY) and the next generation, GenZ working together. Each generation of employees bring unique expectations, work styles, and career preferences. The session will include components of innovative practices, best practices, your successful practices, and brand-new ideas.
Having Hard Conversations
Wednesday, March 4th 3:15 – 4:30
This session is designed to share impactful communication skills to help take away some of the anxiety that comes with hard conversations. We will explore communication, discuss triggers that help keep communication safe and open (or closed and uncomfortable) and explore ways you can prepare for tough conversations.