Thanks to the Park City community, we were able to sponsor over 700 low-income students for this year’s Back 2 School Basics.
Hope: There are few other words more important than hope. It can make the difference between overcoming or being overcome, moving forward or shrinking back, believing life can be better or falling into despair. Hope changes things.
The problem with hope is that it is very difficult to measure on a graph. Therefore, hope rarely makes it onto an annual report or data analysis sheet. Yet, it is a critical ingredient to the success of many nonprofits. My guest today is PeterGreer, President and CEO of HOPE International a global, faith-based, micro-enterprise development organization serving throughout Africa, Asia, Latin America, and Eastern Europe. Enjoy today’s show!
Cancer. Many of us, if not all of us, know someone very close who has faced or is facing cancer. How to care for those facing cancer in an effective and loving way is something we all want to know. Today’s guest saw firsthand through her own battle with cancer, the unique challenges and set of needs that are not being addressed or talked about, for those dealing with cancer. Jenna Benn Shersher is our guest today on the Nonprofit Leadership Podcast and she is the founder and executive director of Twist Out Cancer (http://twistoutcancer.org), a non-profit organization she founded after surviving Grey Zone Lymphoma in 2011. Jenna has found that one way of helping those facing cancer is through the creative arts, which can be used as a mechanism for coping and healing. Twist Out Cancer was founded on the principle that when you share, the world opens up. Since Twist Out Cancer was founded in 2011, over 100,000 people worldwide have been touched by its programs and events.
Diversity on Nonprofit Boards – According to a survey by BoardSource, a research and support organization for nonprofit boards, 25% of boards are all white, and only 20% of board members are people of color. Yet, most nonprofit leaders and board chairs desire to have boards that are more diverse–not only racially, but in terms of gender, socioeconomic status, age, and experience. In order to reconcile this desire with reality, creating intentional plans for diversifying nonprofit boards is essential. Further, we know that boards–and teams–that are more diverse actually perform better, so how can nonprofits take intentional steps to diversify their boards?
Kate Hayes is my guest today on the Nonprofit Leadership Podcast. Kate is the Direct of Impact for Echoing Green (https://www.echoinggreen.org), a social impact fund that identifies tomorrow’s transformational leaders today. She oversees programming for a dynamic group of emerging business leaders who are dedicated to realizing their full potential as agents of social change. Prior to joining Echoing Green, she worked as Director of Evaluation and Program Impact in the national office of Minds Matter.
Having so much fun with interviewing great guests on my show #impactandinfluence. Intermountain Therapy Animals, Shauna Wiest CONNECT Summit County . You can watch Friday mornings Park City Television 9:30 am.
[Rob Harter interviews Shauna Wiest, Executive Director of Connect Summit County]
[Pictured: Kathy Klotz – Executive Director, Ellen Folke and Benno with her Bernese Mountain Dog, and Linda Wright and Gordon, her dog.]
Park City, Utah – March 9, 2018 – Park City Television is proud to announce the debut of its newest television program, Impact and Influence, a thirty minute, bi-weekly television series hosted by Dr. Rob Harter, Executive Director of the Christian Center of Park City.
Rob Harter will interview and highlight the many people, community services and activities serving Park City and the Wasatch Front. “It is my hope for this show that we can focus on those bright lights of social change. Positive stories of everyday people doing extraordinary things. People who are passionate and committed to making their world better,” says Rob.
Park City Television’s Vice President and General Manager, Danielle Turner, states “We are excited to partner with Rob Harter and the Christian Center on this project. We look forward to bringing an even greater awareness to the wonderful work done by the local non-profits in Park City and the entire Wasatch area.”
Stephen Mumblow, President and Owner of Park City Television, remarks “Impact andInfluence, under the direction of Rob Harter, will be an example of what Community Television is all about. Serving the people of our Hometown and its neighbors”.
“Impact and Influence” can be seen on Park City Television every Friday morning at 9:30am on Comcast Channels 17 in the Wasatch Back, 102 in the Wasatch Front, over-the-air digital HD 45.1, and on our website via Livestream.
Finding adequate funding for one’s nonprofit is an ever present challenge. How can you as a Nonprofit leader find the right grants and create capacity building into your organization? Today’s guest will help address just that. Paul C. Miles is the president and CEO of “We Raise Foundation”. As he shares with us today. he also talks about the critical importance of investing in and raising up emerging leaders. This is a podcast focused on leadership. I think you are going to really be inspired by what he has to say about this topic.