The Nonprofit Leadership Podcast: Making Your World Better features discussions covering the most critical issues, trends and opportunities facing nonprofit leaders and those engaged in social innovation. Hosted by Dr. Rob Harter, in this podcast you will hear real stories from experienced leaders about what strategies and practices have made them successful. It is our hope that through this audio series, people can learn not only what it takes to be an effective nonprofit leader but to hear inspiring stories about people and organizations that are successfully making a positive impact in their communities. Enjoy the show!

About Rob:
Rob is a nonprofit executive professional with over 25 years of experience in leading and building nonprofit organizations, leveraging resources, communication and personal development. Rob is known as an inspirational leader, is highly relational, has a contagious energy and an entrepreneurial spirit. In 2010, Rob became the Executive Director of CCPC (Christian Center of Park City), a humanitarian and community-focused nonprofit organization with a bold vision to serve as a leading networker of community services to those in need. Rob has received his Bachelor’s and Master’s degrees and most recently his Doctorate as well.

Rob is a sought after communicator and seminar facilitator. He speaks on issues relating to nonprofits, leadership, social-justice, and personal development. Rob has served on Utah’s Governor Herbert’s MLK Commission for Human Rights, serving as the chair for 3 years; Is currently a Board Member for Utah Nonprofit’s Association; has served as a Board member for Mountainlands Community Housing Organization; serves as a Ski Chaplain for the Park City Mountain Resort; and has served as President of the Park City Interfaith Council. He is a Park City Leadership Class Alumni, was the student council president while at Denver Seminary and received the Carey Thomas leadership award. In addition to playing College varsity basketball, Rob loves deep powder skiing, hiking 14-thousand foot mountains, devouring great books, traveling to new places and coaching his children’s sports teams. Most of all, Rob loves spending quality time with his amazing wife and children.

Rob is an experienced communicator. If you’d like to book Rob for your next conference, seminar or keynote address, please email us at rob@ccofpc.org.