Think In, Speak Up, Act Out
Board Engagement: You Are NOT Alone. Katherine Kreuchauf returns to the SnapCast to talk about her new venture, OnPoint Philanthropy. We talk about board engagement, touching on recent research, and ways to improve board functioning.
April 2021 Update for the Nonprofit SnapCast and the Nonprofit Snapshot.
Rania Mankarious, CEO of Crime Stoppers of Houston, guests on the SnapCast. We talk about The Balanced Voice podcast, her work with Crime Stoppers, and the challenges she currently faces in the current climate.
Gatherly: Mickey talks with Chris Cherian, Co-Founder and CEO of Gatherly, a video conferencing platform designed specifically for events. Gatherly allows you to host online events where participants can seamlessly flow between one-on-ones, smaller huddles, and bigger groups. In a year where people have been limited to conference calls and forced interactions, people are craving a more interactive and genuine online experience.
Delusional Altruism: Mickey gets to visit with Kris Putnam-Walkerly, philanthropy expert, advisor, and speaker. We discuss her book Delusional Atruism and examine why philanthropists fail to achieve change, and some concrete things they can do to transform giving.
Move The Money:Jami Duffy is the Executive Director of Youth on Record. She calls on community foundations to loosen restrictions and give nonprofits more time to focus on their critical support services.
Catching a unicorn: How do you stop and have that first conversation about diversifying your board? A candid Conversation with Jermaine Smith, Vice President of Major Gifts at City Year, Jermaine and Mickey talk about what it means to diversity a nonprofit board of directors, the challenges and difficulties experienced by both the board and potential board recruits.
Too Many Cooks? Bradley Kirschbaum, the founder of The Canopy Project, brings some excellent questions to the table that Mickey tackles with Dave Paule of Our Fundraising Search. This is the first of a series of special SnapCast episodes.
Pat Duffy of The Giving Block speaks with the SnapCast about helping nonprofits accept cryptocurrency (such as bitcoin) as part of their fundraising portfolio.