Julie Dixon and Denise Keyes of Georgetown’s Center for Social Impact Communication discuss the new model of donor engagement and how organizations and fundraising professionals can adjust to them.
Nancy Kalikow Maxwell describes the unique strengths that libraries bring to grant collaborations and highlights key conditions that are necessary in order to have more collaborations involving libraries in the future.
Beverly Schwartz, vice president of global marketing at Ashoka, covers topics from her book, Rippling: How Social Entrepreneurs Spread Innovation Throughout the World.
Deirdre Maloney, president of the firm Momentum, examines the myths and realities of nonprofit management, marketing, and outcomes measurement.
Marga Fripp discusses arts marketing for the individual artist.
Author and filmmaker Faith Fuller discusses her background in fundraising for documentary filmmaking.
Juliana Steele, program specialist for fiscal sponsorship with Fractured Atlas, explains how artists can determine whether their project would be a good candidate to be fiscally sponsored, and how artists can seek out sponsors.
Miyesha Perry Chappell, Manager of Grants and Administration at the Morris and Gwendolyn Cafritz Foundation, discusses the newly revised Common Grant Application from the Washington Regional Association of Grantmakers.
Rachel Oscar of Grassroots Grantmakers sits down with Sarah Gyorki to discuss implementing a grassroots grantmaking committee.
Sharon Charters, Grants Manager at the Hamilton Community Foundation (in Ontario, Canada) and David Derbyshire of Wesley Urban Ministries discuss the Foundation's multi-faceted neighborhood initiative.
Lee Kay shares insight on grantmaking committee member training, member recruitment, conflict of interest policy, and the goals and spirit of Neighborhood Connections.
Three representatives of the Raymond John Wean Foundation discuss committee training, recruitment, and what it means to find your fit in the larger community.
Blaine Griffin, flagship member of Neighborhood Connections Grantmaking Committee, discusses what makes a good committee member and how acting as a Grantmaking Committee Member has influenced his role with the City of Cleveland.
Joe Konen, a member of the Neighborhood Connections Grantmaking Committee in Cleveland, Ohio, discusses what makes a thoughtful grantmaker.
Barbara Ramundo, regional vice president for Professionals for Nonprofits, discusses practical tips and strategies for experienced nonprofit workers.
Pheobe Bicknell of YNPNdc (Young Nonprofit Professionals Network DC), discusses board service from the point of view of a young professional.
Representatives from New York Foundation for the Arts (NYFA), Elena Dubas and Eleanor Whitney talk about the free resources, fundraising and support programs offered by the NYFA.
Victoria Dunning, Vice President for Programs at the Global Fund for Children, outlines the Fund’s view of what children need to succeed: learning, safe places, a healthy mind and body, and enterprise (life and workplace skills).
Niamani Mutima discusses funding trends affecting and influencing foundations that are currently funding in Africa. Mutima is Executive Director of the Africa Grantmakers' Affinity Group.
Pratichi Shah, human resources strategist, shares how nonprofit organizations should be as purposeful in managing staff as they are at managing their programs to successfully achieve their missions.
Josué E. Salmerón, Grants Program Manager for the Office of Latino Affairs (OLA) in Washington, DC talks about the programs and services provided by this office, including its grants program.
Caroline Woodward, Director of Development and PR at Bethlehem Haven, talks about how her organization was founded as a strategic collaboration with five area churches focused on providing services such as alcohol recovery, health care, and dental services.
Danette Knudson, Director of Centers for Student Success at NELA, talks about how her organization's role as member of the Washington Scholarship Coalition's steering committee.
Jeanna Capito, founding Executive Director of a county-wide early childhood collaborative system, Positive Parenting DuPage, talks about how her organization is actually a collaboration itself, with over 150 partner organizations.
Pam Seamans, Executive Director at North Carolina Alliance for Health, talks about collaborative work around policy issues.