Max Ventura

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CCPC‘s Latino Community Coordinator, Max Ventura, is featured in our latest Podcast. In this interview, you will hear all about the trends in Park City, Utah regarding the growing Latino population, what the primary needs are of this community and how we are seeking to address them as a Non-Profit and as a community. We are thrilled to have Max on Full Time at CCPC and I think you will really enjoy learning more about this growing sector of our community and his leadership over this critical outreach.

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Maria Farrington

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Holy Cross Ministries Executive Director, Maria Farrington, joins us today on the Nonprofit Leadership Podcast. Holy Cross Ministries is a non-profit that has been operating in Utah for over 140 years! In this episode, Maria talks about collective impact, or what she calls “coordinated impact”, and how each non-profit needs to be willing to take necessary risks in order to have the greatest impact. She will also share how Holy Cross is responding to the underserved community’s need for health and well being. Enjoy today’s show!

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Cathy Boruch and Lisa Allison

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Paws For Life Utah’s Cathy Boruch and Lisa Allison join us today on the Nonprofit Leadership Podcast! Not only are you going to learn about Paws for Life, but you’ll also hear them speak about the importance of collaboration and how they have navigated, through overcoming barriers, to further and strengthen their new nonprofit.

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Dr. Steve Ott

Steve4 steve5University of Utah’s Masters of Public Administration Professor, and founder of their Nonprofit concentration, Dr. Steve Ott joins us today on the Nonprofit Leadership Podcast. Additionally, Steve is the current chair of the Utah Non-Profits Association. Steve talks about what the key characteristics are that mark effective Non-Profits. He also speaks to what are both the benefits and potential pitfalls of Collective Impact.

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Claudia Nakano

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Utah Office of Multicultural Affairs Director, Claudia Nakano, joins us today on the Nonprofit Leadership Podcast. In this show, she brings a unique perspective on how to bring government agencies and nonprofits together to solve some of our community’s biggest problems. Thanks for listening!

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