Empowering and strengthening you and your leadership skills is my passion. YOU are important, the work you do is impactful. I know and understand that as a nonprofit professional your work is never done and that you are wearing many hats. That’s why it’s so important to me that you have the most effective tools and skills to optimize and increase your resources to reach your personal and professional potential. Join me as I provide an assortment of ideas, tools, and gems to be a happier and more effective leader.
Gail Koelln, is my guest. She answers the many questions I get asked about grant writing. What’s unique about Gail is that she’s also co-director of a nonprofit, One Earth Conservation. Gail has more than 20 years’ experience as a grant writer in New York. Her ability to wear both hats gives her a distinct perspective and insight into grant writing.
My niece, a woman in her mid-twenties, is coping with her dying cat. It’s her very first pet and she’s had her for only 3 short years. My niece is an independent woman who does everything herself, I think it was a mantra for her. Her heart is obviously breaking. She has decided to seek support in this process.
I’ve found that most board members join with good intentions and they want to make a difference. And most nonprofits ask those to serve who they believe will make a difference. Yet there’s often a disconnect. So, what makes a good Board?