I believe that all boards should read the article and discuss what they have in place for their leader’s eventual exit.
There are historic moments when a whole new field of nonprofits appears in response to social realities—and this kind of phenomenon poses both challenges and opportunities. The challenges are developmental, as the organizations establish themselves, work out their leadership mix and decision-making processes, establish relationships, and set up systems; a primary opportunity is for a well-placed infrastructure to support the whole field through these challenges. This article about new nonprofit journalism sites is based on interviews with the Knight Foundation and the Investigative News Network.
Where marijuana is legalized, other laws and regulations must adjust, including in the area of charitable donations.
A few days after Gov. McAuliffe volunteered to help resolve the situation at Sweet Briar College and lawmakers called for an investigation, AG Herring has offered to facilitate a conversation.
NPQ has been monitoring stories about the recovery, or lack thereof, of all types of nonprofits now that we’ve “passed the end of the recession.” We’d love to gather some of your stories about the situations you face and the strategies you have deployed.
The majority of staff at the Red Cross has no faith in leadership and 40% do not have faith in its ethics.