Woods Bowman | June 12 2013
A board member applies for an ED position; a congregation member wants to do management consulting with his own church; and our continuing struggles with donations of junk food. The Nonprofit Ethicist weighs in.
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A concerned staff questions CEO compensation amid budget shortfalls.
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