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Nonprofit Nation is hosted by Julia Campbell, digital marketing and fundraising expert, nonprofit consultant, and author of Storytelling in the Digital Age: A Guide for Nonprofits and How to Build and Mobilize a Social Media Community for Your Nonprofit in 90 Days. Julia helps nonprofits build movements, and in her work she teaches nonprofits how to build community, audience and raise influence on social media channels. On Nonprofit Nation, Julia sits down with nonprofit industry experts and ...
 
Mission Impact is the podcast for progressive nonprofit leaders who want to build a better world without becoming a martyr to the cause. Interviews of nonprofit experts explore how to make your organization more effective and innovative for greater mission impact. Hosted by Carol Hamilton
 
Driven’s Fundraising Superheroes podcast celebrating the nonprofit industry and all the people who are working to make the world a better place. We talk with the industry’s top leaders, consultants, founders and more to discuss the top industry trends and lessons learned throughout their careers. Access more nonprofit resources and sign up for our mailing list at trustdriven.com.
 
Mobility is an essential component to the vibrant, equitable, and sustainable cities of our future. To build this future, we need to do more than invest in technology. We need to invest in the people who will make the hard decisions around transportation, land use, housing, economic development, and other aspects of urban life. Josh Cohen, National Policy Director at TransLoc, wants to start that conversation by building relationships with and sharing ideas from today’s leaders who are imagi ...
 
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Welcome to The Conversations - with Jason Campbell and Henrietta Gallina. We started our DIY podcast as a means to document our frequent conversations about fashion and culture. We're hoping to develop and evolve our outlook throughout this process and speak to others who can help to inform and push our conversations forward. We're just two friends with a lot opinions and we hope you enjoy and participate in The Conversations.
 
Life is complicated, but we love simple answers. AI and robotics are changing the nature of work. Emojis change the way we write. Fossil Fuels were once the engine of progress, now we're in a race to change how we power the planet. We're constantly trying to save ourselves...from ourselves. Join Anthropologist and culture expert Dr. Adam Gamwell for curated conversations with humanity’s top makers and minds on our creative potential through design, culture, business and technology. Change yo ...
 
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This episode is sponsored by my wonderful friends at Qgiv! I'll be holding a free webinar with them on July 21 - to go https://www.bit.ly/qgivandjulia and register for free! See you there! Nonprofits often struggle with how to write emails, newsletters, and other copy that can connect with donors. The key? To incorporate vulnerability, warmth, auth…
 
The multi award winning writer Jocelyn Nicole Johnson joins Robin to talk about her debut novella, My Monticello this week. They chat about the book, how important it was to capture the feeling of a real place, and the long shadow of the events of Charlottesville on her life, and the book. Extended edition for Patreons, of course, at patreon.com/bo…
 
Content marketing is an excellent way to build trust with your audience. Nonprofits like yours can use content to increase brand visibility, drive revenue and boost engagement across your platforms. You'll increase donations and build a loyal group of followers by communicating a need and driving your audience to take action. Nonprofit marketing ex…
 
Shane Ghostkeeper, Metis, is an unlikely rockstar. He didn’t start playing music until later in life. He doesn’t have an encyclopedic knowledge of cover songs and he rarely tours.. But his sound is undeniable and what he does works extremely well. Shane formed namesake band, Ghostkeeper, with his longtime partner Sarah Houle and released their firs…
 
Nakoa HeavyRunner, Assiniboine/Blackfeet, from the Fort Belknap territory has been composing music since the age of 14. Since recording his first album in 2003, he’s recorded over 16 albums and his latest, Lie No More, holds a special place in his heart as it’s the first to feature his children. In addition to his work as a musician, Nakoa has also…
 
Listen Now How are you building a storytelling culture at your nonprofit? Join us as we host Sabrina Walker Hernandez, President and CEO of Supporting World Hope. Sabrina is a certified consultant, coach, & facilitator that helps small nonprofit Staff & Board build relationships that convert into more donations. Sabrina shares best practices for us…
 
This week Josie Long is back from maternity leave and she takes the reigns of the podcast to talk to theatre maker and author Alan Lane about his new book The Club on the Edge of Town. They chat about how when COVID hit, and the theatres had to close, Alan turned his theatre company into a foodbank for those in need, the role of art and creativity …
 
June is GitHub Maintainer Month - have you hugged an open-source project maintainer lately? Carl and Richard talk to Martin Woodward and Immo Landwerth about what it's like to be a maintainer of open-source projects. Often an open-source project starts as something you want for yourself and choose to share - and then others start to use your projec…
 
This episode is sponsored by my wonderful friends at Qgiv! I'll be holding a free webinar with them on July 21 - to go https://www.bit.ly/qgivandjulia and register for free! See you there! Email still remains the best way to communicate with a large group of people at scale – when implemented in a thoughtful, strategic fashion. And while email mark…
 
In episode 50 of Mission: Impact, Carol went solo to discuss: How more staff and funding are not always the answer The misconceptions many nonprofits have around growth Why growth does not necessarily get you out of overwork and overcommitment Important Links and Resources: https://www.missionimpactpodcast.com/show-notes/an-invitation-to-do-less-wi…
 
Medical historian Dr Lindsey Fitzharris is our special guest this week, talking to guest host Dr Helen Czerski about her new book, The Facemaker. Her book looks at the story of the visionary surgeon who rebuilt the faces of the First World War's injured heroes, and in the process ushered in the modern era of plastic surgery. Her and Helen talk abou…
 
How well does gRPC work with .NET? Carl and Richard talk to Irina Scurtu about her work with gRPC in .NET. Irina talks about the new features added in .NET 6 to support gRPC including client-side load balancing, fault tolerance, and improved performance. The conversation digs into the various uses of gRPC - Irina advocates for inter-microservice ca…
 
This episode is sponsored by my wonderful friends at Qgiv! I'll be holding a free webinar with them on July 21 - to go https://www.bit.ly/qgivandjulia and register for free! See you there! The data we have is flawed. My guest this week, Meenakshi ‘Meena’ Das, writes: “For far too long, we have ignored collecting critical data points, missed creatin…
 
A lapsed donor is not a lost donor! Having a strategy that connects with your inactive donors through thoughtful communication and detailed segments can be the key to winning back a cold donor. Driven’s Director of Partnerships, Farrah Rooney, has worked with nonprofits for over 15 years as a consultant, strategist and events manager. She works clo…
 
Julia Keefe, Nez Perce, is a nationally acclaimed jazz vocalist, actor, activist and educator currently based in New York City. Among her many accolades, she earned her master’s in music from the Manhattan School of Music in 2019. She’s opened for the likes of (Multi Grammy winners) Tony Bennett and Esperanza Spalding. Currently, she’s putting toge…
 
The acclaimed comedian Daniel Sloss joins Robin on the podcast to today to talk about his book, Everyone You Hate Is Going to Die, which has just been released in paperback. They chat about translating a stand up voice to the page, great comedy books and in a week where it's been very much in the news, they discuss the role of offense in comedy. Ov…
 
How do you find a great video clip after the fact? Carl and Richard talk to Jeff Fritz about his work building KlipTok, a tool for making Twitch video clips more discoverable and shareable. Jeff digs into the tricky bits of KlipTok, which is all about fast indexing and searching to get to the right clip. The conversation digs into various data stor…
 
On top of all the other fundraising strategies nonprofits have to master, you may be thinking that the additional hassle of figuring out cryptocurrency donations may not be worth it. However, 220,000,000+ people use cryptocurrency today. And half of millennials prefer crypto investing to stocks. And in a recent study, Fidelity Charitable found cryp…
 
In episode 49 of Mission: Impact, Carol and her guest, Lewis Flax discuss: How to construct sponsorships to better serve your organization The misconceptions many people have about sponsorships How to create a mutually beneficial organization-sponsor relationship Guest Bio:Lewis Flax specializes in assisting nonprofits and associations generate add…
 
Celebrate! 🎉🎉 My live nonprofit training course, Storytelling That Sticks, is open for enrollment! Class starts May 30th - and I'll only run this ONCE this year - so get in now! Learn more and register: www.StorytellingThatSticks.com Storytelling has been receiving a lot of press lately, as a content marketing tool and as an effective way to engage…
 
Robin is currently on a world tour with Brian Cox and that means there's a whole world of secondhand bookshops to explore. Those adventures form a big part of his brand new podcast, Taking the Universe Around the World. So on Book Shambles this week we're sharing the first episode of that new series. Three episodes out already and a new episode eac…
 
How do you modernize a .NET application? While at NDC Porto, Carl and Richard talked to Mark Rendle about his work on Visual Recode, a tool for migrating WCF apps to gRPC, and dug into the broader story of what a modern .NET application looks like. Mark talks about why you would bother to modernize at all - because the standard framework isn't goin…
 
Celebrate! 🎉🎉 My live nonprofit training course, Storytelling That Sticks, is open for enrollment! Class starts May 30th - and I'll only run this ONCE this year - so get in now! Learn more and register: www.StorytellingThatSticks.com Nonprofit organizations live daily in working to outpace need. Yet, the nonprofit fundraising landscape is one that …
 
Def-i (Christopher Mike-Bidtah, Dine) and Ariano (SoCal) have been both making music for the last 2 decades. Together they form a duo that brings communities together, continues to make waves and shines a light on real issues. Their latest collection of catchy beats and rhymes, In the Mean Time, is an album guaranteed to make you sing along and pro…
 
Celebrate! 🎉🎉 My live nonprofit training course, Storytelling That Sticks, is open for enrollment! Class starts May 30th - and I'll only run this ONCE this year - so get in now! Learn more and register: www.StorytellingThatSticks.com Nonprofits, no matter their size or mission, are working to change hearts and minds around important issues every si…
 
How do you tell a story in an ethical way? What kind of stories are transformative for your community? Join us as we host Michael Kass, Founder of Story & Spirit for a conversation where he shares best practices for Ethical Storytelling and Cultural Transformation. Michael Kass is an international facilitator, consultant, and healer who works with …
 
Celebrate! 🎉🎉 My live nonprofit training course, Storytelling That Sticks, is open for enrollment! Class starts May 30th - and I'll only run this ONCE this year - so get in now! Learn more and register: www.StorytellingThatSticks.com This episode audio is taken from a free live webinar that I did, called How Nonprofits Can Adapt Their Storytelling …
 
We spend a lot of time at Shambles talking about science, so on today's episode of Book Shambles we're going to talk about how the media should and shouldn't talk, and write, about science. Helen Czerski guest hosts once again and she chats with Fiona Fox from the Science Media Centre who has just released a fascinating book, Beyond the Hype: The I…
 
What can web components do for you? Carl and Richard talk to Jemima Abu about her work with web components. Jemima talks about the projects she is currently working on, and how UI web components make it easier to build good-looking front ends quickly. The discussion digs into how web components stay agnostic of different web frameworks - although o…
 
Celebrate! 🎉🎉 My live nonprofit training course, Storytelling That Sticks, is open for enrollment! Class starts May 30th - and I'll only run this ONCE this year - so get in now! Learn more and register: www.StorytellingThatSticks.com Cause marketing, as defined by cause marketing expert Joe Waters, is a partnership between a nonprofit and a for-pro…
 
Implementing new software can be nerve-wracking. It’s a long process that requires a lot of time, communication and trust with your vendor or data-migration consultant to ensure everything is running smoothly and on time. So how can you prepare for your next implementation and what should you look out for when getting started? Dave Saraiva is the H…
 
In episode 48 of Mission: Impact, Carol and her guest, Chyla Graham discuss: Why it is key to understand context when you are looking at your organization’s context How to best connect your financial goals to your organizational goals What you need to be mindful of as a board member, even if you don’t consider yourself a financial expert. Guest Bio…
 
This week Helen Czerski takes the host chair once again to talk to zoologist, author and broadcaster Jules Howard about dogs. His new book, Wonderdog, looks at the evolving science of dogs. How has humankind's favourite pet defied science and changed the way we think about animals overall, particularly in the field of cognitive research. From early…
 
How do you know your open source is secure? Carl and Richard talk to Jillian Ratliff about security practices on your own code, and the open-source code you depend on. Jillian talks about some of the high-profile security problems that have happened recently in the open-source world including log4j. The conversation turns to practices for making yo…
 
Interdependence is the idea that the wellbeing of our world and for our physical and emotional selves depends on those around us, yet when we find ourselves up against a challenge bigger than ourselves, our sense of interdependence becomes stronger. When we move that scale even larger (i.e. a global climate crisis), interdependence becomes paramoun…
 
45% of worldwide donors are enrolled in a monthly giving program. In addition, online monthly giving revenue grew by 40% in the past year as recurring donation options become increasingly popular with online donors. I sit down with monthly giving guru Erica Waasdorp, an expert in helping nonprofits of all sizes create and grow vibrant and successfu…
 
Atisaktonkie, Mohawk, has been recording as December Wind since 1999. They hit the ground running with their debut album, Sacred Voices. However, greater success and Atisaktonkie’s 2 Native American Music Awards came after disbanding the original lineup and refocusing the vision of the project. December Wind has recently released a couple of single…
 
On today's episode Robin is joined by comedian Rachel Parris to talk about her new, and first, book, Advice from Strangers. She chats with Robin about writing the book, the pressure of remembering not everything has to be funny, Jane Austen, the difficulties of writing satire right now and the book on the music she really wants to write next. Hear …
 
How are extensions in Visual Studio changing? Carl and Richard talk to the extension master himself, Mads Kristensen. With over 150 extensions in the Marketplace, Mads has a lot of experience building tooling that can streamline your Studio experience. The conversation digs into why an extension makes sense rather than being built into Studio. Alth…
 
Long-term planning - right now??? If this concept seems foreign or unattainable to your nonprofit, especially with what we've gone through in the past two years, then listen up. Enter Cherian Koshy, Certified Fund Raising Executive (CFRE), Chartered Advisor in Philanthropy (CAP), & AFP Master Trainer. He spent over 25 years in nonprofits, mostly as…
 
Hybrid events combine both an in-person and online experience to create something spectacular. When planning a hybrid event, you have to create an experience that engages your online attendees just as much as your in-person guests. Anca Trifan is the founder, creator, and CEO of Tree-Fan Events – a boutique event planning and production agency that…
 
In episode 47 of Mission: Impact, Carol and her guest, Julia Campbell discuss: How to effectively incorporate social media into your marketing Misconceptions that organizations have about social media The importance of prioritizing your owned marketing assets Guest Bio:Named as a top thought leader and one to follow by Forbes and BizTech Magazine, …
 
Melody McArthur, originally from Treaty 8 Territory in Canada, has been establishing a fast paced music career in Edmonton, Alberta. Since 2018 she’s already released 4 full length albums, has had 9 singles appear on the Indigenous Music Countdown and is currently nominated for five awards at this year's Native American Music Awards! This week, Gaë…
 
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