Inspired Nonprofit Leadership

Episode 223: 99% of Nonprofits aren’t Tapping this Resource

My guest for this episode is Cami Baker. An entrepreneur since the age of eight, selling gum to other kids, and the loan sharking the profits at high interest while holding collateral…. this is just the beginning of our guests’ career with business strategy! Her success in real estate, from appearing twice on HGTV and being in the Top 5% of Realtors to all the hundreds of fundraising campaigns i…

Episode 222: What You’ll Want to Know About Messaging

My guest for this episode is Douglas Spencer. Douglas is president of Spencer Brenneman, which helps mission-driven organizations renew their focus and reframe their messages to thrive in any environment. A lifelong volunteer, including two years as chairman of a $100 million community health center and research institute, Douglas is intimately aware of the challenges facing mission-driven organiz…

Episode 221: What You Should Know About Nonprofit Retirement Planning

My guest for this episode is Courtenay Shipley. Courtenay is the founder and Chief Planologist of Retirement Planology, a consulting and registered investment advisory firm for corporate-sponsored retirement plans. With a wealth of experience in the retirement plan industry, Courtenay not only offers her clients expertise in investment analysis, plan design, and employee education but also helps t…

Episode 220: Do You Have This Grantwriting Perspective?

My guest for this episode is Maryn Boess. Over her 35+-year nonprofit career, Maryn has been an on-staff grant writer, a grants trainer, and a grants consultant (winning $42 million for her clients over 10 years). Maryn’s been a grants reviewer, author, speaker, mentor, and coach, and – starting in 2006 – even a grantmaker. This 3-D background brings a unique insider’s perspective to the practical…

Episode 219: How to Use Gratitude as a Leader

My guest for this episode is Kathleen Panning. Kathleen earned her Master of Divinity Degree from Luther Seminary in St. Paul, MN. She was ordained as a pastor in the Evangelical Lutheran Church in America in 1980. She has served congregations in rural and urban settings, ranging in size from 150 to 6000+ members. Retiring from parish ministry in 2014, that year she became the first clergy person…

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