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Each month, Luann sits down with a different nonprofit leader to chat about leadership, learning and life over a cup of coffee. This month, we hear from Tahir Atwater, Director of Donor and Volunteer Engagement at Jackson County CASA.

Each month, Luann sits down with a different nonprofit leader to chat about leadership, learning and life over a cup of coffee. This month, we hear from Susan Wally, President & CEO of PREP-KC.

The Nonprofit Connect team grieves with our nonprofit community, and stands in support of our colleagues of color against racism and violence.

Confronting our new pandemic reality has demanded a lot from nonprofit professionals. But your offices and branch service centers services have been reduced, and you’ve had five weeks of experience of business with a distributed remote workforce. You’ve learned a lot and could write your own ten tips. As a consultant I work to be a “broker of good ideas,” and this includes what I’ve learned from some of you recently.

Each month, Luann sits down with a different nonprofit leader to chat about leadership, learning and life over a cup of coffee. This month, we hear from Billy Brimblecom, Executive Director at the Steps of Faith Foundation.

Each month, Luann sits down with a different nonprofit leader to chat about leadership, learning and life over a cup of coffee. This month, we hear from Valerie Nicholson-Watson, President & CEO of Harvesters- The Community Food Network.

Each month, Luann sits down with a different nonprofit leader to chat about leadership, learning and life over a cup of coffee. This month, we hear from Tricia Rojo Bushnell, Executive Director of Midwest Innocence Project.

Natalye Paquin, president and CEO of Points of Light, likes to imagine a world in which it is impossible for individuals to sit on the sidelines and not support, in some way, solutions to problems in their community.

I recently facilitated a discussion of barriers we face both in participating in social issues, and organizing events and rallies. Here are my four biggest takeaways from the discussion.

Last week, I spent my morning in an amazing diversity & inclusion workshop hosted by Nonprofit Connect. We broke down the difference between diversity and inclusion, why you need both, and how to achieve both in an organization.