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Most “shared” posts on Nonprofitunity

I thought it’d be interesting to list the top five blog posts from Nonprofitunity that received the most shares from my readers: (more…)

What a year 2013 was

Slide19As we look forward to what 2014 has in store for each of us, it is good to reflect on what a year it was. Professionally, I set my sights on putting some roots down in 2013, and in August, I returned to the world of higher education when I accepted the position of Associate Vice President of Leadership and Fund Development for Chattanooga State Community College. I was also satisfied to complete my Certified Fund Raising Executive (CFRE) credential this past year. I hope 2013 brought you (more…)

2013 Sneak Peak, a New Social App and the Top Three Posts from 2012

top threeTo say 2012 was an exciting year would be an understatement. I’ll spare you the nitty gritty, but among the highlights was having a small part in two different institutional milestones–an independent school client began their Centennial Celebration while a nationally recognized Aquarium client marked their 20th! These occasions provide the first sneak peak for what’s ahead for nonprofitunity in 2013 and beyond.

I look forward to exploring how nonprofit organizations can benefit from strategic-thinking and institutional planning around major milestones like anniversaries. Perhaps this is a topic you also care about? If so, I’d love to hear from you. (more…)

Top three posts

Slide01I am very grateful to have picked up some followers in these early days of writing a blog! To say I am a reluctant blogger may be a fair assessment, but as the newness wears off and I begin to find my stride, I can see this reluctancy starting to fade away. Here are my top three posts thus far:

  1. Stand Out: Pete Cooper, President of the Community Foundation of Greater Chattanooga
  2. QR what?
  3. Waking Up Full of Awesome

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