I have spent the past 24 years working in the nonprofit sector serving community-based causes–educational institutions, arts and cultural organizations, healthcare providers and nonprofit start-ups. I began serving as Associate Vice President of Leadership & Fund Development at Chattanooga State Community College in August of 2013 and was promoted to Vice President of College Advancement and Public Relations in August 2015. I also own a nonprofit consulting business which I started in 2005 and co-founded a legal tech company with my husband in 2011.
Founded in 1999, CharityHowTo has evolved into a dynamic website where content experts teach nonprofit professionals. The site provides easy access to fundraising webinars through live and on-demand options. (more…)
My husband and I were living in Carrollton, Georgia during the time of the 1996 Summer Olympic Games in Atlanta. Like millions of others, we tuned in to watch the opening ceremony where Muhammad Ali emerged as the surprise guest to light the Olympic Torch — an unforgettable moment.
Muhammad Ali provided words of encouragement and inspiration throughout his life. When I heard that he had died, I began pouring over articles on the Twitter feed about his life. Three Muhammad Ali quotes jumped out at me that seem to speak to (more…)
On July 16, 2015, an unthinkable act of violence and terror hit my hometown, taking the lives of four Marines and one Navy sailor. As our community came together to support the victims and their loved ones, we showed the world Chattanooga’s strong heart. (more…)
By now you know I am a history buff and big fan of PBS. So it will come as no surprise that on this President’s Day, I am pleased to introduce you to a new Presidential collection called 60-SECOND PRESIDENTS brought to you by PBS LearningMedia and PBS Digital Studios.
The Give app is a cute little App full of doing goodness in the palm of your (iPhone) hand. Thanks to a partnership with Guidestar, the Give app provides mobile access to donate to more than 1.9 million nonprofit organizations.
All Give donations are 100% tax-deductible through their accredited charitable donation processor, Network for Good. According to the Give app website, (more…)
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