Useful Articles

Student Guide to Resumes for Nonprofit Jobs and Careers, By Carolyn Kleiman, Professional Resume Writer

Elevating pool governance through inclusivity, By Dr. Robin Stacia, AGRiP Inclusion Resident

Why Nonprofits Must Innovate, By Amy Hsuan, Adam Katz, Brenda Thickett, and Mark Freedman

Nonprofit Leader’s Guide to Hiring & Engaging Consultants, Published by The Association of Consultants to Nonprofits

Nonprofit Executive Pay and the Sensitivities of Communities, By Jeanne Allen and Ruth McCambridge on Nonprofit Quarterly

Success in CEO Transitions, By Anthony Tansimore, Olive Grove Consulting

How Anyone Can Add Measurable Accomplishments to a Resume, by Kate Rodriguez on

Finding the Right Development Officer for Your Organization, By Simone Joyaux on Nonprofit Quarterly

Recent Articles & Publications

Articles by Mindy Lubar Price

Portal Visitors [doc]: Guest column by Mindy Lubar Price posted on the Nonprofit Portal of Greater Milwaukee in response to questions concerning finding job listings in the nonprofit sector.

Fund Development [doc]: to access an article that Mindy Lubar Price co-authored with CPA Dan Brophey on energizing fund development.

Other Publications

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Board Leader Development &
Succession Toolkit
, Frank Martinelli, Center for Public Skills Training

The Evolution of
Executive Transition
and Allied Practices
, Tom Adams, Director at Raffa, P.C.

9 Habits Of Highly Emotionally Intelligent People, Dr. Travis Bradberry, The Huffington Post

Gearing Up and (Teaming Up) for a Leadership Transition, By Susan M. Poglinco, PhD and Priscilla Rosenwald, MS, Blue Avocado

Executive Transition: The Role of Board Diversity, Youth, and Zombies, By Guest Blogger, Maine Association of Nonprofits

Cultivating Nonprofit Leadership: A Missed Philanthropic Opportunity [PDF], By Niki Jagpol and Ryan Schlegel, National Committee for Responsive Technology, 2016

Beyond Fundraising: What Does it Mean to Create a Culture of Philanthropy?, By Cynthia M. Gibson, Evelyn & Walter Haas Jr. Fund

Nonprofit Sector Leadership Report 2016 [PDF], by Concord Leadership Group

Measuring the ROI of Human Capital Management by James Shepard, CEO and Co-founder, AchieveMission. March 2014

The Nonprofit Workforce Crisis: Real or Imagined? by Lester M. Salamon and Stephanie Lessans Geller, Johns Hopkins University, 2007

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