Ep 22: Am I Cut Out For This?
Teacher Bee Smith and Executive Director Heather Ratliff of The Child Development Center discuss their work with special needs children and finding fulfillment under challenging conditions.
Ep 21: Recreating Normal
Terrence Smith and Noran Sanford of Growing Change reflect on the special significance of operating a sustainable farm and education center inside a decommissioned prison in Wagram, NC.
Ep 20: This Is Not a Think Tank
Attorneys Whitney Stanley and Mitch Yelverton of Duke's Office of Research Contracts discuss nonprofit governance, accountability and their work with the Triangle chapter of the Young Nonprofit Professionals Network
This Rural Work
Randolph Keaton, Executive Director of Men & Women United for Youth & Families, and Shawn Maynor, Mayor of Bolton, NC, reflect on the challenges of working in rural communities and the importance of partnerships, accountability and succession planning.
1.28.19 NC News
Providence Day School in Charlotte completes its largest capital campaign, SHIFT NC names Dana Mangum New Chief Executive Officer, NC Harm Reduction Coalition distributes 100,000th overdose prevention kit in North Carolina, and more.
The Right Thing To Do
Veteran board member Creighton Blackwell and newly minted board chair Luke Weingarten discuss nonprofit boards, engaging stakeholders, and why you don't always need a preponderance of data to know what's right.
What’s So Great About Harvard?
In our debut episode of Season 2, philanthropist Chuck ReCorr, whose Harvard 100 program provides Triangle-area nonprofit leaders an immersive learning experience, and nonprofit consultant Staci Barfield, a Harvard 100 alum, discuss the value of invest...
Ep 16: A Responsibility to Community
Colleagues and collaborators Michael Goodmon and David Joyner discuss their ongoing work in Rocky Mount and get right to the heart of some of the most challenging issues facing not just the town they love, but the entire nonprofit sector.
Ep 15: Special Episode, Live from the NC Center for Nonprofits Conference
In this week's special episode, we present a series of pop-up conversations recorded live at The North Carolina Center for Nonprofits 2018 conference, Power Play: Disruption for Good
A Path From Addiction
Donald Pilgreen and Michael Hopkins of Third Street Education Center discuss the struggles of sustained recovery and the redemption they found through serving others.