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Nonprofit Leadership Podcasts

Amberlie Phillips Greater Good Nonprofit Leadership Program

Our guest today is Amberlie Phillips, Chief Development Officer at YWCA Utah, Salt Lake City. She was selected through a highly competitive process to participate in “Greater Good Nonprofit Leadership Program” that is jointly provided by The Allstate Foundation and Northwestern University’s Kellogg School of Management. This highly-competitive Greater Good program pairs nonprofit executives with the best teaching minds in leadership and development.

She is the first Utah native accepted into the program, Phillips is committed to advancing Utah’s nonprofit sector as well as furthering her own leadership development. She wants her experiences and perspectives to be an asset in nonprofit work being done statewide.

 

 

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Paul Miles We Raise Foundation

Finding adequate funding for one’s nonprofit is an ever present challenge. How can you as a Nonprofit leader find the right grants and create capacity building into your organization? Today’s guest will help address just that. Paul C. Miles is the president and CEO of “We Raise Foundation”. As he shares with us today. he also talks about the critical importance of investing in and raising up emerging leaders. This is a podcast focused on leadership. I think you are going to really be inspired by what he has to say about this topic.

We Raise Foundation hopes to be at the forefront of identifying innovative ideas, people and programs that raise consciousness, community leadership and capital to break the cycles of poverty, violence and social inequality that have so long plagued America’s communities.
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Brian Lauterbach Network For Good

Donors don’t give to a nonprofit, they give through a nonprofit to a cause, need or program they really care about. Brian Lauterbach is the Vice President of Programs for Network For Good and he reminded us of this truth as my guest on this week’s Nonprofit Leadership Show.

Network For Good is an organization that offers innovative, easy-to-use fundraising software and coaching for nonprofits. In addition, Network for Good’s nonprofit donor-advised fund uses the Internet and mobile technology to securely and efficiently distribute thousands of donations from donors to their favorite charities each year.

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Lindsey Kneuven

With the growth of Social Impact among For-Profit companies, many nonprofit leaders are beginning to wonder: Are these social impact companies directly competing with the Nonprofit sector? Can we both survive in this world where fundraising is increasingly challenging and a new generation of donors are viewing Nonprofits from a whole new perspective?

My guest today is Lindsey Kneuven, who serves as the Head of Social Impact for Pluralsight. Pluralsight is a technology learning platform company that offers a variety of video training courses for software developers, IT administrators, and creative professionals through its website. Kneuven will lead the company’s philanthropic initiatives. She has demonstrated success leading teams within a variety of organizations. Most recently, she was chief impact officer at Cotopaxi, where she developed and led the organization’s philanthropic strategy.

Lindsey will speak to this issue of how Social Impact companies and the Nonprofit sector can collaborate to address society’s biggest challenges.

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*One of the resources she will mention on our show is the “Giving State Report”. Here is a link to that study:  https://www.cicerosocialimpact.org/givingstate/

 

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Ted Bilich Risk Alternatives

Managing risk is not exactly the first topic Nonprofit leaders want to talk about. In fact for many people, risk is a four-letter word. However, with our increasingly high-tech world and the risks that come with it, coupled with the challenges of managing financial and leadership responsibilities, Nonprofit leaders should be compelled to develop and implement risk management strategies for their organizations. How and where does one begin this process? What are the best-practices for risk management?  My guest today will help us address those exact questions and more.
Ted Bilich is the Founder of Risk Alternatives. Their mission is to build stronger communities by helping nonprofits and startups master risk management and process improvement.
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Seth Rosenzweig Team IMPACT

How many of you would like an invitation to actually be a part of your favorite Sports Team? College or Pro? Where you literally “sign” on to join the team, you get your own locker and you go to all the practices and games?
One Nonprofit is offering just that. But their invitation is not just to anyone, they focus their invitation to go out to deserving kids who are battling life-threatening and chronic illnesses. Team IMPACT’s goal is to “connect children facing serious and chronic illnesses with college athletic teams, forming life-long bonds and life-changing outcomes.”
 
Seth Rosenzweig is the Executive Director at Team IMPACT, and he is my guest for today’s show.
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Keli Coughlin The Tom Coughlin Jay Fund Foundation

Many of you have heard of Coach Tom Coughlin as a Super Bowl-winning NFL coach. Did you know that he also started his own nonprofit? The Tom Coughlin Jay Fund Foundation was launched after a player he coached at Boston College was diagnosed and lost his battle to cancer. That player was Jay McGillis and for over 20 years, Coach Coughlin has been helping families in NY/NJ and Jacksonville, FL who are tackling cancer, in Jay’s memory. In fact they’ve assisted over 4,000 families and provided over $9 million in financial support. Today’s guest on the Nonprofit Leadership Podcast is Keli Coughlin, Tom’s daughter, the Executive Director of the Foundation. You don’t want to miss today’s show.

Sponsored by CCPC and co-produced by Nate Vineyard.

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Kathleen Janus

Kathleen Kelly Janus is an award-winning social entrepreneur, author and lecturer at Stanford University. As an expert on philanthropy, millennial engagement and scaling early stage organizations, her work has been featured in the Wall Street Journal, Huffington Post, Stanford Social Innovation Review, Tech Crunch and the San Francisco Chronicle. She is the co-founder of Spark, the largest network of millennial donors in the world. Based in the heart of the Silicon Valley, her forthcoming book, Social Startup Success, features best practices for early stage nonprofit organizations based on a five-year research project interviewing hundreds of top-performing social entrepreneurs.

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Vivien Hoexter

Every CEO or Executive Director knows that “vision leaks” and therefore it is critical to cast vision over and over again to your team. Author and Nonprofit consultant Vivien Hoexter will talk about the importance of “re-recruiting” your team, your donors and your volunteers, as a critical component of sustaining leadership, among other fascinating insights. Vivien is my guest on today’s Nonprofit Leadership Show. Vivien Hoexter along with Linda Hartley are co-authors of a new book entitled Big Impact: Insights & Stories from America’s Non-Profit Leaders. Big Impact is about nonprofit leaders who have found solutions to some of the world’s greatest, most vexing societal challenges. The book explores how these change-makers are implementing solutions in their communities, across the U.S., and around the world.

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Michael Moody Book Author: Generation Impact - How Next Gen Donors are Revolutionizing Giving

With the rise of the Millennial generation as the next wave of philanthropists, do you as a nonprofit leader know what makes these Millennials “tick”? Do you know about their giving patterns? Do you know which causes interest them and how they want to engage with those causes and perhaps more importantly, how they don’t want to engage? These and other critical questions are answered by Michael Moody, co-author of the new book: GENERATION IMPACT: How Next Gen Donors are Revolutionizing Giving.

Michael is my guest today on the Nonprofit Leadership show.

Michael Moody is a family philanthropy expert and cultural sociologist who explores the role of nonprofits and philanthropy. He is the Frey Foundation Chair at the Dorothy A. Johnson Center for Philanthropy at Grand Valley State University (Grand Rapids, MI), and earned a master’s in social science from the University of Chicago and a Ph.D. from Princeton.

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