Be an NPQ Advisor! (And here is a secret tip . . .)

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Ruth McCambridge

Every year we ask you, our readers, what we need to do differently – what topics you want to see more or less of and what challenges you see looming for your organization.

We do this by asking you to take our survey.

We take what you tell us very seriously and it guides our editorial and publishing agenda. In fact, each year we invite 20 or so of the respondents to Boston or New York (all travel and hotel expenses paid) to work with NPQ editors on that agenda.

This gathering – of NPQ’s editorial advisory committee – is one of the most exciting things that NPQ does all year. It is a big mash-up of insights from inspired, grounded practitioners from all over the country.

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But here is the secret to being chosen to participate in the editorial advisory committee . . . we generally choose the advisory committee from the respondents who answer the open questions on our survey fully, letting us understand who you are and what you are thinking and experiencing. This allows us to get a good mix of perspectives in the room.

So take our survey today!

Nobody goes home empty handed, by the way. Everyone who completes the survey gets a free article collection of their choice – about topics ranging from financial management in hard times to strategic communications, a $14.95 value.

And the first 50 survey respondents get a free year’s subscription to the Nonprofit Quarterly magazine, a $49 value!

As always, I can’t wait to hear what you have to say!