Holding Out H.E.L.P.‘s Executive Director, Tonia Tewell, joins us today on the Nonprofit Leadership Podcast! Tonia is a dynamic leader dedicated to assisting those from a polygamous background with the resources necessary to transition from a polygamist community into an independent and self-sufficient life by providing access to housing, food, clothing, counseling, mentoring, job training, education and referral services. It’s a fascinating discussion.
Spy Hop’s Executive Director, Kasandra Verbrugghen, joins us today on the Nonprofit Leadership Podcast! Spy Hop is a nonprofit based in Salt Lake City whose mission is to mentor young people in the digital media arts to help them find their voice, tell their stories, and be empowered to affect positive change in their lives, their communities, and the World. Thanks for listening!
Find out more about Spy Hop here: http://spyhop.org
Mountain Life’s Senior Paster, Scott Fine, joins us today on the Nonprofit Leadership Podcast! Scott Fine has been Mountain Life’s Senior Pastor since 1993, when he accepted the call to be the first full-time pastor. He moved to Park City from Crosslake, MN along with his wife Jeanne and their three children: Carl, Caleb and Carissa. Tune in to hear more about his story and his contribution to the Mountain Life Church in Park City.
Today in the studio we have Trisha Worthington. I think you’ll really enjoy today’s podcast with this incredible nonprofit leader. She talks about the key questions we all have as nonprofit leaders. For example, how do you choose a board member? What size of a board is the right size for your organization? How can you turn board members into your top fundraisers? All these tips and more are found in this podcast. Enjoy. – Rob
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Park City Foundation’s Executive Director, Katie Wright, joins us today on the Nonprofit Leadership Podcast! Katie joined The Park City Foundation team in February 2008, after returning from Morocco, where she worked with the U.S. Peace Corps focusing on developing a women’s weaving cooperative. Katie started with PCCF as the Programs Manager and later Director. She now leads the organization as the Executive Director.