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Can Security Build Community?


11:00 PST / 12:00 PM MST / 1:00 CST / 2:00 EST

Please join us on February 16th from 11:00-12:00 PST / 2:00-3:00 EST for an NCN webinar on what to consider for safety and security in nonprofit centers, and how to prioritize community needs within your security assessments and policies.

Feeling safe in a space is the foundation for people to be able to deliver on their missions and participate in community driven buildings, but it’s often an aspect of our work that isn’t as straightforward as it seems. With many layers to consider, it’s important to look at this topic from various perspectives.

In this webinar, we will discuss not only the nuts and bolts of how to make sure a building is secure, but also address how you might consider and adapt to how different tenants and different community members define safety, and what you might do if a situation escalates. Speakers will share their experiences around various security protocols and assessments, community feedback processes, and tips and tricks they’ve learned along the way.

Who might benefit from this webinar: centers in development, centers in operation, property managers, security companies, or any organization that involves facilities management

Webinar Fee: NCN Member Fee: FREE  |  Non-member Fee: $40


Mark Walker

Mark Walker – Director
The Jessie Ball duPont Center 

Mark Walker serves as Director of The Jessie, overseeing the administration and operations of the Jessie Ball duPont Center, which is owned and operated by the Jessie Ball duPont Fund. In this capacity, Mark manages all aspects of the building–including safety and security, strategic planning, tenant acquisition, retention and relationship management, and events management–in conjunction with CBRE, the building’s management firm.

He also administers all equity and placemaking grants at The Jessie, and also is a senior program officer for the 40 grantees located in the Northern Neck and Middle Peninsula of Virginia, Jessie Ball duPont’s home region. Mark is a member of the Leadership Jacksonville Class of 2022, the Board President for the Technology Affinity Group for Foundations (, and previously, served as Knowledge Management & Technology Officer for the Fund.

Mark completed Georgetown University’s Executive Nonprofit Management program and graduated summa cum laude with a bachelor’s degree in Interdisciplinary Studies from the University of Central Florida. In his free time, Mark enjoys composing and performing music in his home recording studio, kayaking, and spending time with his wife and son.

kjersten erickson

Kjersten Erickson – Assistant Campus Manager
Community Foundation Campus

A Tucson native, Kjersten attended the University of Arizona where she earned undergraduate degrees in Russian and Slavic Studies and Business Management. Prior to joining CFSA, Kjersten worked in the insurance industry where she focused on negotiation strategies, leadership competencies, and project management. Kjersten loves being a part of the Community Foundation Campus Team and making as much of a positive impact as possible. Through her work at the campus, she has developed new policies and programs around safety and security that she is excited to share.

In her free time, Kjersten loves to hang out with her dog Charlie, travel to all corners of the globe, and explore the vast hiking trails and adventure spots right here in Tucson’s backyard. She also loves spending as much time as possible with friends and family and hiding from the Tucson heat at the movie theater or the nearest swimming pool.

Jason Page

Jason Page – President and Founder
Jullay Solutions, LLC

Jason Page is the former chief operating officer of The Alliance Center, a LEED Platinum, multi-tenant nonprofit center that served over 170 organizations annually before the COVID pandemic.  In this capacity, Jason was accountable for all building operations from leasing to services to facility operations.  He is currently president and founder of Jullay Solutions, LLC, which provides fractional COO, technology and operations support services to social impact organizations.

Specific to this webinar, Jason led The Alliance Center through a tragic murder-suicide that took the life of one of The Alliance Center’s community members. He was responsible for navigating the emotional and physical security factors that ultimately led the community to fully return to the center.

Jason graduated summa cum laude with a bachelor’s degree in business administration from the University of Colorado. When not at work, you can find Jason spending time with his family, preferably in Colorado’s outdoors.


Umair Khan – Operations Program – Assistant Manager of Corporate Physical Security
Chan Zuckerberg Initiative

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