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In “nonprofit” 501c3 organizations the 80/20 rule applies. 80% of all funding goes to 20% of the sector. This happens because much of conventional wisdom in our industry is false. In this podcast, you will find the truths, And those truths will set you free to success. Zoot Velasco is an employee of OCEAA and California State University Fullerton. The views expressed on this podcast are his alone and do not represent the views of OCEAA or California State University Fullerton.
 
Purpose: The United States and China are the largest and second largest economies in the world. President Obama calls the relationship the most important bilateral relationship of the 21st century. Yet the relationship is fraught with mistrust and miscalculation, with the potential for catastrophic conflict. Many scholars have written about the complex reasons behind the agreements and disagreements by taking a particular narrative. What they missed is that, on every single issue of importan ...
 
Jeff Maxwell (Private Igor from M*A*S*H) and Ryan Patrick host a lively discussion of all things M*A*S*H, Hollywood, acting, and other jocularity. We will also feature interviews with super fans and creative geniuses who helped to create the greatest television show of all time. Step into the VIP tent, grab a heaping bowl of creamed weenies, and join the fun … because now, more than ever, M*A*S*H Matters.
 
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Episode 97: Ken Wilcox discussed his new book Leading Through Culture at a G3X Zoom Conversation in December, which we recorded for this podcast. He talked about his experiences leading a key Silicon Valley bank financing innovation in the tech industry. Marrying finance with innovation has many implications for our sector. Mr. Wilcox currently ser…
 
Episode 97: Ken Wilcox discussed his new book Leading Through Culture at a G3X Zoom Conversation in December, which we recorded for this podcast. He talked about his experiences leading a key Silicon Valley bank financing innovation in the tech industry. Marrying finance with innovation has many implications for our sector. Mr. Wilcox currently ser…
 
Episode 97: Ken Wilcox discussed his new book Leading Through Culture at a G3X Zoom Conversation in December, which we recorded for this podcast. He talked about his experiences leading a key Silicon Valley bank financing innovation in the tech industry. Marrying finance with innovation has many implications for our sector. Mr. Wilcox currently ser…
 
Episode 96: The list of 29 Recession Stars includes the Boys & Girls Clubs of the Central Orange Coast Foundation, an endowment for the clubs. Robert Santana is the CEO of the Boys & Girls Clubs while also running their foundation. The Clubs themselves did well during the recession but were already too large in 2008 to be part of my study of Recess…
 
Episode 95: Dr. Ryan Cargando of Creative Solutions in Riverside, CA started his foster care agency with $400,000 of his own money to create better-quality services for the families with whom he worked as a social worker. By the beginning of the recession in 2008, he had already grown to $1.5 million with contracts in several counties, but his qual…
 
Episode 94: If there is a model for how a small grassroots organization serving a community grows into a force that accomplishes its goals, it is Solidarity. Solidarity is one of the 29 Recession Star organizations that grew from small to large with surprising success against the backdrop of the Great Recession. The organization started at $156, 00…
 
Episode 93: Charitable Ventures, led by Anne Olin, went from a newly-minted organization in 2008 with a budget of just $193,000 at the beginning of the recession to $1.2 million in 2012 at the end of the recession. That's a 624% increase during the great recession when organizations all over the country were shrinking. Then, they jumped to $7.5 mil…
 
Episode 92: A rebroadcast of the podcast version of our G3X Conversation, Financing with The Stars, and the third of our seven-part series on the subject. This is a continuation of last week's G3X Conversation. Victoria Torres of the Samueli Foundation interviews Zoot Velasco of the Gianneschi Center on his new research project that studied organiz…
 
Episode 91: A rebroadcast of the podcast version of our G3X Conversation, Financing with The Stars, and the second of our seven-part series on the subject. Victoria Torres of the Samueli Foundation interviews Zoot Velasco of the Gianneschi Center on his new research project that studied organizations that grew by double or more during the last rece…
 
Jeff & Ryan welcome the dynamic duo of Ken Levine and David Isaacs to MASH Matters! The legendary Emmy Award-winning writing team discusses their journey from the real-life Army Reserves to writing for the fictional 4077th Mobile Army Surgical Hospital. Ken & David also talk about their writing process, working with Gene Reynolds, their favorite MA…
 
Episode 90: Today we start a seven-part series on the Recession Stars. These are 29 organizations out of 6450 that grew from small to large during the last recession. We learn what they did that made them special, what we can learn from it, and interview some of them. Today: The Seven Steps to Success. We discuss the process that these champions ha…
 
Episode 89 (Rebroadcast): We continue our Top 10 Most Downloaded Episodes. What is innovation that transforms organizations? Peter Drucker defined innovation as "change that creates a new dimension of performance." But how does one do that? It is not what most people think it is. It is not some creative new thought and some wild idea that just happ…
 
Jeff & Ryan open up the MASH Matters mailbag for another round of listener questions. Topics include Radar's headgear, military haircuts, background music, the chopper pad, Private Rich's familiar voice, Igor's long-lost line, and that one time M*A*S*H popped up on St. Elsewhere. Also, we make a surprise phone call! For show notes, episodes, recipe…
 
Episode 88: Part 3/3 of our series on Social Media Marketing: Ben Whitehair is a champion for social change through art and business. He is a working actor in Los Angeles, Chief Information Officer of TSMA Consulting—entertainment’s leading social media management and growth firm—and co-founder of the premier business academy and coaching community…
 
Major Houlihan just keeps coming back for more! Jeff & Ryan welcome Loretta Swit back to the Mess Tent for more jocularity. Topics include the magic chemistry among M*A*S*H cast members, meeting Turhan Bey, the evolution of women on TV, and Loretta's involvement in the upcoming CNN series about sitcoms. We even talk about her guest stint with The M…
 
Episode 87: Part 2/3 of our series on Social Media Marketing: Ben Whitehair is a champion for social change through art and business. He is a working actor in Los Angeles, Chief Information Officer of TSMA Consulting—entertainment’s leading social media management and growth firm—and co-founder of the premier business academy and coaching community…
 
86: In this rebroadcast of one of the top 10 episodes of all time on our feed, we introduce you to the Queen of All Social Media, who spoke at our G3X Conference last August 2019. Stephanie L. Smith is the digital and social media lead at NASA’s Jet Propulsion Laboratory, where she oversees the social media team and tweets on behalf of the Curiosit…
 
She's back! Loretta Swit makes her triumphant return to MASH Matters! In part one, Loretta talks to "Jefigor" & Ryan about her career, her art, and the creation of Margaret Houlihan. PLUS - Did she want the show to end? What did Margaret really do after the war? What did she think of AfterMASH? Why did she choose M*A*S*H over Cagney & Lacey? And wh…
 
A Rebroadcast of one of our Top 10 Episodes of all time: Today we are broadcasting our G3X Zoom workshop on AB5 hosted on April 14, 2020, by Zoot Velasco of the Gianneschi Center, Sarah Efthymiou of the Public Law Center of Orange County, and Todd Hanson of the Orange County Community Foundation. Our presenter is Michael Olsen, the attorney special…
 
Part 2 of our rebroadcast of one of our top 10 most popular podcasts of all time. There is a lot of information, and frankly mythology, out there about grantwriting. This week we start a two-part special on grantwriting with everything you need to know about how to do it effectively, and what people are saying about your grant after it gets submitt…
 
Rebroadcast of one of our top 10 most popular podcasts of all time. There is a lot of information, and frankly mythology, out there about grantwriting. This week we start a two-part special on grantwriting with everything you need to know about how to do it effectively, and what people are saying about your grant after it gets submitted. We work wi…
 
Jeff & Ryan go for the (canned) laughs in this episode of MASH Matters. Who added the laugh track? Why don't other TV shows let you turn off the laugh track? Why doesn't our podcast have a laugh track? We also discuss residual checks, Ronald Reagan's ranch, M*A*S*H geocaching, Grandpa Walton, Frank's brief command, and that mysterious basketball-pl…
 
In this rebroadcast of our most popular episode of the first three seasons (And still in the top-ten of all time,) Zoot Velasco talks with Todd Hanson, Vice President of the Center for Engaged Philanthropy at the Orange County Community Foundation, recognized as a “center of gravity” for philanthropy in Orange County. OCCF has now awarded hundreds …
 
Episode 80: A rebroadcast on the truths of Advocacy which originally aired in Season 2. Many in the Social Sector believe the myth that 501(c)(3) organizations are not allowed to advocate for themselves or their causes. Zoot discusses the myths and the reality of advocacy in the Social Sector with David L. Thompson, Vice President of Public Policy …
 
A rebroadcast of our live webinar (5-28-20) on creating post-CoVID interim plans (making lemonade from our lemons). This webinar was co-presented with OneOC and Sponsored by the Orange County Community Foundation and the Gianneschi Center for Nonprofits at Cal State University Fullerton College of Business. To see the OneOC component or this full p…
 
Why wasn't Pat Morita in more episodes? Whose names were written on the sign in the Officer's Club? What's up with banana daiquiris? Who played General MacArthur in Big Mac? Who left their bra on the bulletin board? Jeff & Ryan pretend to answer these and other unanswerable questions in this episode of MASH Matters. For show notes, episodes, recipe…
 
A panel discussion with industry leaders in Orange County including Todd Hanson, VP of the Orange County Community Foundation; Rick Stein CEO of ArtsOC; Amanda Green, Organizational Development Services Director for OneOC; Claudia Keller, Chief Mission Officer for Second Harvest Food Bank of OC; and Victoria Torres, Director of Community Impact, An…
 
Jeff & Ryan are proud to bring you a MASH Matters EXCLUSIVE: Unedited audio of a real M*A*S*H table read! This recording of the episode "Bottle Fatigue" was recorded by David Odgen Stiers for Michael Hirsh (creator of MAKING MASH and MEMORIES OF MASH). Michael graciously offered this recording to us so that we can share it with you. PLUS - we are j…
 
Mike Daniel and his team from the Orange County/Inland Empire Small Business Development Center at California State University Fullerton gives a workshop in applying for new COVID Relief loans and grants. https://www.sba.gov/funding-programs/loans/coronavirus-relief-options https://www.californiasbdc.org/covid-19-relief-grant https://www.sba.gov/fu…
 
What are Jeff's hobbies? What drew Ryan to M*A*S*H? Was Jeff ever invited to appear on AfterMASH? Why didn't Ryan try acting as a profession? WILL THERE BE REFRESHMENTS?! Find out the answers to these and other burning questions as Jeff & Ryan interview... Jeff & Ryan! For show notes, episodes, recipes, bios, and more visit www.mashmatterspodcast.c…
 
Appendicitis! Ballet Shoes! Accordions! Dirty Fortune Cookies! Jeff & Ryan welcome Marina Bryant, the USO performer whose true story inspired the season 10 two-part episode THAT'S SHOWBIZ! You'll hear about Marina's surgery, her fellow performers, and the soldiers whose stories were brought to life by the M*A*S*H writers and cast. Jeff Maxwell also…
 
Mike Daniel is the Regional Director of the Small Business Development Center under the Small Business Administration assisting on COVID relief programs. He told us on Friday, January 8, 2021 about the upcoming relief programs available for nonprofits such as: PPP Round 2 EIDEL Loan extensions Live Venue Grants COVID Relief Grants Round 2 County Gr…
 
Jeff & Ryan ring in the new year with a new episode of MASH Matters. We answer listener questions about the M*A*S*H exhibit at the Smithsonian, dancing with the future Mrs. Tom Hanks, the mysterious PA announcer, a suspicious white van in Korea, and more yarn! Plus, Koalas aren't bears. For show notes, episodes, recipes, bios, and more visit www.ma…
 
Jeff & Ryan pick nits and discuss listener's favorite episodes from season five of M*A*S*H. Topics include a farewell to Frank Burns, Margaret's big season, the cutest voice on M*A*S*H, actors playing multiple roles, a tale of two Penobscotts, Johnny Haymer's dubbed voice (again), and the plotline that writer Burt Prelutsky called "stupid." Plus, J…
 
How many latrines did Igor dig? How can you turn a grenade into a reading lamp? What happened to the M*A*S*H time capsule? Jeff & Ryan dust off another stack of old listener questions in this episode of MASH Matters. More topics include Hawkeye’s one-man show, that darn laugh track, and Klinger’s middle name. Plus, what’s with all the yarn? For sho…
 
Who says too many cooks is a bad thing? Jeff & Ryan welcome the lovely Lesley Nicol to a special episode of MASH Matters. Lesley originated the role of Mrs. Patmore on the critically-acclaimed PBS series Downton Abbey. We discuss her journey to Downton Abbey, a slightly ominous encounter with an Oscar-winning actor, animal activism, her one-woman s…
 
Mail Call! Jeff Maxwell (Private Igor from M*A*S*H) & Ryan Patrick tackle another round of listener questions and voicemails in this episode of MASH Matters. Topics include fan art, listeners’ favorite Winchester moments, camp slumber parties, the final day of filming, President Hawkeye Pierce’s cabinet, and watching M*A*S*H during a pandemic. Plus…
 
Jeff & Ryan welcome special guest Burt Metcalfe to MASH Matters! Burt took over the reins as Executive Producer of M*A*S*H when Gene Reynolds left the show in 1977. In this extensive interview, Burt shares stories from his long career in entertainment as an actor, producer, director, and Emmy-nominated writer. Topics include the passion of Gene Rey…
 
You’ve got questions? We’ve got answers! Jeff & Ryan open the MASH Matters mailbag for another round of listener questions and voicemails. Topics include Roy Goldman’s beer, shooting away from the camp, creating Igor Straminsky, M*A*S*H in syndication, how to watch the series in Canada, and Ryan’s favorite Winchester moments. Listeners also share m…
 
Episode 73: A podcast version of our G3X Conversation, Financing with The Stars. Victoria Torres of the Samueli Foundation interviews Zoot Velasco of the Gianneschi Center on his new research project that studied organizations that grew by double or more during the last recession. What did they have in common? The answers will surprise you. Read th…
 
Episode 73: A podcast version of our G3X Conversation, Financing with The Stars. Victoria Torres of the Samueli Foundation interviews Zoot Velasco of the Gianneschi Center on his new research project that studied organizations that grew by double or more during the last recession. What did they have in common? The answers will surprise you. Read th…
 
He’s here! The big man! The head cheese! Jeff & Ryan are thrilled to welcome the one and only ALAN ALDA to the second anniversary episode of the MASH Matters podcast! The man known as Hawkeye Pierce discusses his life and career - from making his stage debut as a child to writing, directing, and starring in the greatest television show of all time.…
 
Episode 72: From our Zoom G3X Conversation with Jan on August 20, 2020. Jan Masaoka is the CEO of the California Association of Nonprofits, an esteemed author, past G3X keynote speaker, and a leading voice in our field. She offers unique insights for organizations as we reinvent ourselves for a post-CoVID world. We talk about COVID, Recession, and …
 
Episode 71: Leading Social Enterprise with “Homeboy” Fr. Greg Boyle Fr. Greg Boyle is the founder of Homeboy Industries, an international model for social enterprise; a Jesuit pastor at the Dolores Mission, and author of Creating A Culture of Tenderness, Tattoos on The Heart, and Barking to The Choir. This was his keynote speech recorded at the 201…
 
Jeff & Ryan welcome Brian Goldman to MASH Matters to celebrate the life of Brian’s father, the great Roy Goldman. The guys swap stories about Roy acting on Hogan’s Heroes, playing Hitler for Mel Brooks, pumping iron with Arnold Schwarzenegger, and landing the role of a lifetime as Best Dad Ever. It’s a touching tribute to a very special man. Plus, …
 
Episode 70: Creating Change through Leadership with Robert Santana Robert Santana converted a small Boys & Girls Club in Santa Ana, CA to the Boys & Girls Clubs of the Central Orange Coast, a national leader with 66 sites in 5 cities and partnerships that are redefining the youth club movement. He was a speaker at the 2019 G3X Conference.…
 
Episode 69: Leadership as defined by the woman who literally wrote the book on our sector. Frances Phillips is a funder with the Haas Foundation in San Francisco and co-author of the Nonprofit Kit for Dummies, the bestselling book of all time in the social sector. She was a speaker at the 2019 G3X Conference.…
 
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