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The Nonprofit Ready Podcast features casual conversations with some of the most accomplished people from across the nonprofit sector about their motivations, the work they do, the challenges they face, and how they make change happen. Learn from the experience of these nonprofit visionaries and get inspired to create an even greater impact in your community.

The Nonprofit Ready Podcast features casual conversations with some of the most accomplished people from across the nonprofit sector about their motivations, the work they do, the challenges they face, and how they make change happen. Learn from the experience of these nonprofit visionaries and get inspired to create an even greater impact in your community.
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The Nonprofit Ready Podcast features casual conversations with some of the most accomplished people from across the nonprofit sector about their motivations, the work they do, the challenges they face, and how they make change happen. Learn from the experience of these nonprofit visionaries and get inspired to create an even greater impact in your community.

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Episodes

Ep. 15: Marsha Charney, Students Run L.A.

2/5/2016
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Marsha Charney is Executive Director at Students Run L.A., a local nonprofit challenging at-risk secondary students to experience the benefits of goal setting, character development, adult mentoring, and improved health by providing them with a truly life-changing experience, the training and completion of the L.A. Marathon.

Duration:00:31:08

Ep. 14: Brad Riley, iEmpathize

12/3/2015
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Brad Riley is Founder and CEO of iEmpathize, a nonprofit based in Boulder, CO whose mission is to eradicate child exploitation around the world. Learn more: http://iempathize.org/ Music by: http://audionautix.com/

Duration:00:29:40

Ep. 13: John Kobara, California Community Foundation

11/9/2015
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As part of grantsmanship month, we're pleased to be joined by John Kobara, Executive Vice President and Chief Operating Officer at California Community Foundation to discuss his career in social impact, the keys to nonprofit sustainability, and some critical steps nonprofits should take before seeking foundation grants. Learn more: www.calfund.org Music by: www.audionautix.com

Duration:00:31:40

Ep. 12: Jacki Weber, Homeboy Industries

11/4/2015
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As part of Grantsmanship month, we're pleased to be joined by Jacki Weber, Chief Development Officer at Homeboy Industries, a nonprofit based in Downtown Los Angeles providing job training positions to formerly gang-involved and recently incarcerated men and women, allowing them to redirect their lives and become contributing members of our community. Learn more: http://www.homeboyindustries.org/ Music by www.audionautix.com

Duration:00:29:36

Ep. 11: Lori Gotlieb, Lori Gotlieb Consulting

10/27/2015
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Volunteer management expert Lori Gotlieb joins us to discuss her career path in volunteer management, the common traits of successful Volunteer Administrators and the keys to keeping volunteers more engaged with your organization. Learn more: https://lorigotliebconsulting.wordpress.com/ Music by: www.audionautix.com

Duration:00:22:52

Ep. 9: Alethea Hannemann, Taproot Foundation

10/5/2015
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Alethea Hannemann is Vice President of product and national programs at the Taproot Foundation. The Taproot Foundation connects nonprofits and social change organizations with passionate, skilled volunteers who share their expertise pro bono. Learn more at http://www.taprootfoundation.org/ Music by www.audionautix.com.

Duration:00:34:35

Ep. 8: Pat Ross III, Team Rubicon

10/1/2015
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Pat Ross III is the National Membership Coordinator of Team Rubicon. Team Rubicon unites the skills and experiences of military veterans with first responders to rapidly deploy emergency response teams. Learn more at http://www.teamrubiconusa.org/ Music by www.audionautix.com

Duration:00:29:29

Ep. 7: Mark Clark, Generations for Peace

9/24/2015
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Mark Clark is the CEO of the leading global nonprofit peace-building organisation Generations For Peace, which is dedicated to sustainable conflict transformation at the grassroots and empowers volunteer leaders of youth to promote active tolerance and responsible citizenship in communities experiencing different forms of conflict and violence. Learn more at http://www.generationsforpeace.org/ Music by www.audionautix.com

Duration:00:29:38

Ep. 6: Matt Raab, School on Wheels

9/11/2015
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Matt Raab is Program Director at School on Wheels, a Southern-California-based nonprofit dedicated to the enhancement of educational opportunities for homeless children from kindergarten through 12th grade.

Duration:00:26:19

Ep. 5: Yoon Choi, Spark

9/2/2015
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Yoon Choi is VP, California Regions at Spark, a national nonprofit working to re-engage under-served seventh and eighth grade students through workplace-based apprenticeships that uniquely combine mentoring, project-based learning, skill building, and career exploration. Learn more at www.sparkprogram.org Music by www.audionautix.com

Duration:00:28:40

Ep. 4: Steve Culbertson, YSA

8/28/2015
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Steve Culbertson is the CEO of YSA and provides some valuable lessons gathered in 20 years of leading an organization that has mobilized millions of young people in more than 100 countries to find their voice, take action, and make an impact in their communities. Learn more at www.ysa.org Music by www.audionautix.com

Duration:00:36:19

Ep. 3: Amy Sample Ward, NTEN

8/18/2015
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Amy Sample Ward is the CEO of the Nonprofit Technology Network, better known as NTEN, an organization of nonprofit technology professionals whose members share the common goal of helping nonprofits use all aspects of technology more effectively. Learn more at www.nten.org. Music by www.audionautix.com

Duration:00:35:40

Ep. 2: Kevin Morgan, ProLiteracy

8/7/2015
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Kevin Morgan is the President and CEO of ProLiteracy, a nonprofit international literacy organization based in Syracuse, N.Y. As one of the largest adult literacy membership organizations in the world, ProLiteracy supports educational programs that help adults acquire the literacy practices and skills they need to function more effectively in their daily lives. Learn more at http://www.proliteracy.org. Music by www.audionautix.com

Duration:00:24:49

Ep. 1: Mark Haggarty, OneGoal

8/6/2015
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Mark Haggarty is the Director of New Site Development at OneGoal, a national nonprofit identifying, supporting, and training our nation's most effective teachers to lead historically underserved high school students to graduate from college. Learn more at http://www.onegoalgraduation.org. Music by www.audionautix.com

Duration:00:31:06

Introduction to the Nonprofit Ready Podcast

7/20/2015
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Short overview of this new interview series featuring inspiring nonprofit professionals. Hosted by Justin Wedell. Music by audionautix.com

Duration:00:02:38