Inspired Nonprofit Leadership

Episode 153: Interested in Sustainable Funding?

My guest for this episode is Joanne Oppelt. During Joanne’s 30+ years working in the nonprofit arena, she has held positions from volunteer to executive director in both small and large organizations. Her extensive background puts her in a unique position to understand the challenges nonprofit leaders face—both internally and externally. As principal of Joanne Oppelt Consulting, LLC, she specializ…

Episode 152: 4 Things You Must Have For Recruiting Board Members

In this episode Mary shares the 5 components of her proven new board member recruitment system. And, she take a deep dive into one of those components: Preparation. She reviews the 4 things you must have in place before you start recruiting. Let us know the topics or questions you would like to hear about in a future episode. You can do that, and follow us, on Facebook. To learn more about our pre…

Episode 151: Executive Director and Founder: Some Insights

My guest for this episode is Kim Mosiman. In 2009, Kim – a practice manager and veterinary technician – with Columbia Equine Hospital’s veterinarian, Dr. Scott Hansen, founded Sound Equine Options. They founded it to assist the growing number of area horse owners who could no longer afford to properly care for their animals. Since 2009, Sound Equine Options has grown into a licensed rescue focusin…

Episode 151: Executive Director and Founder: Some Insights

My guest for this episode is Kim Mosiman. In 2009, Kim – a practice manager and veterinary technician – with Columbia Equine Hospital’s veterinarian, Dr. Scott Hansen, founded Sound Equine Options. They founded it to assist the growing number of area horse owners who could no longer afford to properly care for their animals. Since 2009, Sound Equine Options has grown into a licensed rescue focusin…

Episode 150: Reflections of an Executive Director of a “Start-up” Nonprofit

My guest today is Mary Gloner. For the past 20 years, Mary has been committed to addressing the priorities of vulnerable populations and building community capacity. She works on social justice and human rights efforts as well as the promotion of health parity. Primarily in the nonprofit and public sectors, Mary’s career has focused on community health education and promotion, research, health com…

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