Summit Community Gardens Executive Director, Ken Kullack, joins us in the studio to tell us more about the Community Gardens. Ken is a recent transplant from the East Coast and from the For-Profit world and now is living in Park City with his family and leading a Nonprofit full time. He gives an overview of all that they do with and through the Community Gardens and speaks to the key partnerships that have made this possible, among other interesting topics. Enjoy the show! Nonprofit Leadership Podcast is sponsored by CCPC.
Rayvan Group founder, Jarrett Ransom, joins us on today’s podcast! Jarrett has a fascinating story that includes her overcoming significant odds of which she now uses to share with others in order to help them through their challenges. Jarrett is the founder and owner of The Rayvan Group a nonprofit consulting firm focusing on sustainable practices for nonprofits worldwide. She also founded a women’s empowerment nonprofit called ReAwaken that focuses on women who may find themselves rebuilding, re-branding and overcoming their own personal obstacles. Enjoy today’s show. Sponsored by CCPC
Kostopulos Dream Foundation’s CEO, Mircea Divricean, is featured on today’s Nonprofit Leadership Podcast! Mircea Divricean is not only a friend of mine, a fellow board member at the UNA with me, but he is an impactful leader doing wonderful work across this state, specifically as President and CEO of the Kostopulos Dream Foundation, known as Camp Kostopulos. He will talk about the shifting trends in Nonprofits today due to the impact and influence of the Millennial generation. If you are trying to figure out how to recruit, manage and inspire Millennials, you will want to hear what Mircea has to say. Enjoy today’s show!
Community Foundation of Utah‘s Executive Director, Alex Eaton, joins us on today’s Nonprofit Leadership Podcast. Alex brings over 20 years of for-profit and nonprofit leadership experience to the Foundation, recently serving as CFO of the Girl Scouts of Utah. In addition to her executive leadership experience, she has deep financial and investment management expertise, including nearly a decade with Goldman Sachs. Among several topics covered, she will focus on one of the most underrated skills of nonprofit leaders. Enjoy today’s show, as you find out what this underrated skill is!
Universal Giving‘s CEO, Pamela Hawley, joins us today on the Nonprofit Leadership Podcast. Pamela is an award-winning, nonprofit leader who helps people to donate and volunteer with top performing, vetted organizations all over the world. She is a winner of the Jefferson Award (the Nobel Prize in Community Service) and has been invited to three Social Innovation events at the White House. She is a winner of the Jefferson Award (the Nobel Prize in Community Service) and has been invited to three Social Innovation events at the White House. She also writes Living and Giving, a blog with the mission of “Inspiring Leaders to Live with Excellence and Love.”For more information about Pamela and UniversalGiving, you can follow them on Facebook, Twitter, and LinkedIn. We are so glad that she made the time to join us on the phone from the Bay Area. You don’t want to miss this show!
Pathways Associates‘ Founding Partner, Dave Jones, is our guest on this week’s episode. Pathways Associates is a multi-disciplinary team of consultants based in Salt Lake City. Dave will share about all of the wonderful resources that they provide nonprofits. Through his extensive experience, he also shares his insights about the current state of nonprofits in general and specifically here in Utah. Enjoy today’s show!
Swaner Preserve and EcoCenter‘s Executive Director, Nell Larson, joins us on today’s show! In this interview, Nell shares about how Swaner is organized. It is a unique “hybrid” organization in that it is owned and managed by Utah State University, yet it functions in many ways exactly the same as any other nonprofit its size. She also highlights the importance of outdoor education for youth and the benefits that go well beyond simply introducing them to ecology and the wetlands. Enjoy today’s show which is sponsored by CCPC. #nonprofitleadership #ccpc.
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.