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Pro Bono Perspectives is a podcast about the power of a purpose-driven career. Join Common Impact CEO, Danielle Holly, as she interviews leaders from all walks of life to learn about their personal and professional backgrounds and explore what drives them to create positive change through their careers and daily lives. Common Impact is a national nonprofit focused on creating successful skills-based volunteer programs that build the capacity of the nonprofit sector. Hear from our network of ...
 
Projectified[R] is your guide to the future of project management. Created by Project Management Institute, this podcast is for people who lead strategic initiatives and collaborate on teams to deliver value to their organizations. It features dynamic thought leaders and practitioners who share their real-world experiences and expertise to inform, inspire and prepare you for success.
 
Back in 2016, I created a podcast focused on raising awareness and build action for my nonprofit. After several years of running my marketing agency and being an adjunct professor for my local college, I realized my heart was no longer there. I’ve grown and evolved to another level. My passion is to help others, but help them to build, create, expand, scale, and sustain their hard work within their business. Typically, this results in consulting key leaders with my expertise in marketing and ...
 
Having overcome slander, betrayal and public humiliation, Katie Hornor, Founder of HandprintLegacy.com, 7x best-selling author, speaker and course creation expert has risen to create an international business, worldwide movement and generational impact. For Your Success is her weekly series featuring solo shows mixed with inspiring influencer interviews with others also creating a legacy impact in the world. She'll talk online business, mindset, impact, and income with her guests from a vari ...
 
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In science fiction, artificial intelligence (AI) is often depicted as threatening to humans. But in reality, the science of AI can be used for any number of helpful purposes. What are the implications of this technology in the social good sector? Beth Kanter and Allison Fine join Steve MacLaughlin on the podcast to discuss their research into the u…
 
Innovation in the healthcare sector takes time—with companies devoting long hours to research and clinical trials while adapting to regulatory changes along the way. Leo Rapallini at Medtronic in Minneapolis, Minnesota, USA discusses how his team upgraded the world’s smallest pacemaker for a bigger share of the market. He talks about how company cu…
 
Capital campaigns. Maybe you’re in one. Maybe you’re thinking about one. Maybe you’re wrapping one up now. Maybe you have one in the past that you’d like to forget about. Either way, they are important. Capital campaigns can be a tremendous asset to an organization as nearly a century of their history shows. In today’s episode, we’ll explore the su…
 
Wendy John, the new Head of Global Diversity & Inclusion at Fidelity Investments, joins host Danielle Holly to discuss the rapid growth in corporate DEI positions in the past several years and the added urgency these programs have taken on in 2020. Wendy explains why DEI is a necessity – not a “nice to have,” the challenges and opportunities her wo…
 
Giving Tuesday, the annual global day of giving, will be held on December 1st this year - just under two months away. Although this has been a year of changes and challenges for many, your organization can still incorporate strategies that will help you leverage GivingTuesday in order to kick off your year-end giving season. Stephanie Thomas, princ…
 
India is at a crossroads, a moment that may determine whether its economy can grow fast enough to support its rising population. To survive—and thrive—will require new ways of thinking. Rachna Singh, IT deployment program manager at Amazon in Bengaluru, discusses how the IT business has changed in India over the course of her career, what lies ahea…
 
On this week’s episode, Alex is joined by George Ashton III, Managing Director of Strategic Investments at Local Initiatives Support Corporation or LISC. George recently helped launch LISC's Black Economic Development Fund. Targeting up to $250mm and initially seeded by $25mm investments from both Netflix and Costco, the Black Economic Development …
 
During a crisis, you need strategies that will help your organization cope with the situation effectively and come through on the other side. Knowing how to work with your board in these situations can help you continue to fulfill your mission. In today’s episode, you’ll hear from Blackbaud Senior Marketing Manager Tanya Fitzgerald in an excerpt fr…
 
There’s a lot riding on the future of food—our personal health, the health of our environment and the growing issue of food security. One potentially promising solution? Plant-based foods. Giulia Braghieri, head of growth and expansion at NotCo, discusses how the Chilean company uses artificial intelligence and machine learning to create plant-base…
 
Custom Collaborative Executive Director Ngozi Okaro joins Danielle Holly to discuss nonprofit management during times of crisis. Earlier this year when COVID-19 first hit New York, Custom Collaborative, a workforce development nonprofit that prepares women from immigrant and low-income communities for careers in fashion, partnered with Common Impac…
 
It’s hard to believe that we’re already well into September and it’s time to start thinking about year-end audits. This year, many social good organizations will be having virtual audits, and now is the time to learn about how best to prep for them. Mel Rancour, principal instructional designer for Blackbaud University’s Organizational Best Practic…
 
On this episode, host Alex Kravitz is joined by Margret Trilli, the CEO & Chief Investment Officer of ImpactAssets, a nonprofit impact investing firm with over $1.2B in assets under management. They discuss ImpactAssets’ flagship donor-advised fund and the surge in both charitable giving and impact investments they have seen in 2020. They also disc…
 
Glen Muñoz is an award-winning, New York City-based Advisor, Mentor and serial entrepreneur. His businesses include: - Glen Muñoz Consulting (https://www.glenmunoz.com/) - strategic and operational insights that build lasting value for clients ranging from start-ups to Fortune 100 companies. - Concordia Sound (https://www.concordiasound.com/) - a b…
 
Dana Castro, HP’s Worldwide Education Manager, and Justin van Fleet, Executive Director of GBC-Education, join us as we continue our exploration of the digital divide and education equity. We're in the midst of a back-to-school season where many children - over 17 million(!) - can't even participate in the new virtual education environment due to l…
 
Anvil Media's Kent Lewis joins the podcast to share how the pandemic has created a new consumer. Follow along: https://www.smartbrief.com/original/2020/08/covid-19-changed-consumer-behavior-and-marketing-strategy Second link: https://www.fastcompany.com/90547627/how-covid-19-created-a-new-kind-of-consumer-in-just-90-days…
 
Mentioned in today's show: Sign up for Nancy's free training here Nancy's website - FOHDive.com Book: Beyond Rainmaking Book: The Hands On Plan Book: Faith Like Flamingos Handprint Legacy Live virtual marketing event Visit our podcast page: KatieHornor.com/podcast To leave us a voice message To search the show with our new Searchie.io feature! To d…
 
Too many nonprofits overlook the opportunities for planned giving. While planned giving may not be the most typical type of gift, it can be a powerful driver of growth for nonprofit organizations and can be a way of deepening donor relationships. To talk about the modern landscape of planned giving, today’s guest is Patrick Schmitt. Patrick is the …
 
We’ve seen evolving challenges and change of 2020, from the COVID-19 pandemic to the racial justice movement. From economic challenges to increased service delivery demands, social good organizations have been impacted in many ways. While it is difficult to determine the future extent of economic impacts, there are valuable insights to be gleaned f…
 
Phil & Mary Mason recount God's goodness in bringing them to himself, and giving them a ministry that burnt them out - giving way to a new ministry (& Business) that has delivered transformative Biblical counseling to ministry couples for nearly 20 years. Their insights into charging for your work are so inspiring to anyone struggling with not givi…
 
Gregg Betheil is President of PENCIL, a NYC-based education nonprofit that brings together business partners and educators to develop strategies that disrupt current college and career readiness outcomes and help public school students succeed. Gregg joins host Danielle Holly for a conversation on back-to-school amidst the continuing pandemic, virt…
 
Running peer-to-peer fundraising events present a challenge in the current environment. However, the organizations that will be successful this fall are those who realize they must pivot and start proactively planning for these events. In today’s episode, you’ll hear from Blackbaud’s Robyn Mendez, Principal Product Marketing Manager, and Shana Mast…
 
The World Bank estimates 1 billion people experience some form of disability. That means accessibility must be built into how teams approach every project—helping them deliver more value to everyone. Kathryn Rutkowski, PMP, senior program manager, Atlassian, Sydney, Australia, discusses how bringing in experts can help bring an accessibility sensib…
 
Last year, MIT Solve launched Solve Innovation Future, a first-of-its-kind donor-advised venture fund. The philanthropic venture fund is structured as an evergreen vehicle where proceeds are paid forward into future social entrepreneurs. The evergreen nature allows the fund to provide appropriate forms of capital tailored to each entrepreneur's uni…
 
What is your personal brand, that is, how would others talk about you when you aren’t in the room? Whether you are looking for a new role or just want to be more effective in your current role, personal branding is important. But how is it possible to improve your personal brand and professional network when many people are still working remotely? …
 
Meg Glesener had an ear for stories and a desire to share them with the world. With no tech, blogging or podcasting background at all she decided to learn how to podcast and found peace and purpose in doing so. Things mentioned in today's show: Letters From Home Podcast: Lettersfromhomepodcast.com Doing Business with God: BusinessWithGod.Online Bib…
 
Ami Dar is the Founder & Executive Director of Idealist.org, the top resource for finding jobs, internships, and volunteer opportunities with nonprofit organizations. In this episode, Ami joins host Danielle Holly for a conversation on how COVID-19 has impacted the private and social sectors – and why not everything should go back to the way it was…
 
Continuing the teaching from episode 109, today Katie share more insights into making your marketing better, by incorporating some of the same things you do when you host a party! Who doesn't like a party after all! And hang in there for an invite to our party: Handprint Legacy Live! Mentioned in today's show: Community Highlight: Hope Ware Handpri…
 
We spend a lot of time, energy, and attention on engaging the right donors, building relationships with them, and reaching other key objectives. But those are mostly external activities, and one of the keys to improvement is looking inward. That’s where the idea of performance management comes into play. Joining the podcast today is Stacy Rooney, a…
 
Without a permanent physical office, digital nomads are leading projects as they travel the world. Ott Vatter, managing director of the e-Residency program in the Republic of Estonia in Tallinn, Estonia, discusses how the project helped create a community for digital nomads. Christina Nguyen, PMP, strategy practice leader for Global Professional & …
 
“It needed to be easier, faster, more dynamic, and more value-add to everybody involved to understand impact. It just doesn't make any sense; people are committing decades of their lives to trying to make a change in the world and the act of figuring out whether or not that’s happening is an exceptional activity.” In this episode, Alex Kravitz is j…
 
Caris Snider wanted to run a daycare, not be an author and speaker, but as God walked her to victory over anxiety and depression He birthed in her a business far greater than she'd ever dreamed. Listen as Caris shares how to overcome anxiety in life and business, and honor God with the ministry/business He gives you. Mentioned in today's show: Cari…
 
Host Danielle Holly is joined by Balaji Ganapathy, Global Head of Corporate Social Responsibility and Chief Social Responsibility Officer at Tata Consultancy Services (TCS), one of the largest technology firms in the world. Balaji works at the intersection of technology and social impact with a special focus on impacting women and girls, minorities…
 
You've probably never thought of marketing and parties in the same sentence before. In this episode Katie draws some remarkable similarities between the two and shows you how to infuse some of the fun of a party into your marketing efforts for bigger results Mentioned in today's show: Community Highlight: Weeds, Seeds & Beautiful Things Story Drive…
 
Today’s episode features Derrick Feldmann, a speaker, researcher, and author of a new book, The Corporate Social Mind, which introduces a new cultural and strategic approach to social issue engagement by companies. Listen in to hear Derrick talk to Rachel Hutchisson about what prompted him to write his latest book, what surprises Derrick discovered…
 
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