Blog posts from October 2018
In the case of international nonprofits looking to raise funds in the U.S., the strength of their digital presence is critical in that it helps to convey the credibility of the organization, in the absence of a physical location the U.S. for funders to easily visit.
Let’s face it, at some point, nearly all of us daydream about becoming a consultant: the freedom, the flexibility, the assumed pay increase—they all sound luxurious.
Creating a functioning board is a challenge. There are many reasons that boards do not fulfill our expectations and perform the way we hope they would. The first is that the job description of a board member is a pretty boring job. Board members have three duties, obedience, loyalty and care. The most clearly defined part of their role is financial oversight. In other words, the position of board member is most importantly about legal accountability; they are tasked to prevent trouble more than promote success.
This blog post was originally published on The Chronicle of Philanthropy.