Ep 28: Special Episode: Live from the Z. Smith Reynolds Renew & Refresh Retreat
This week's episode is live from the Z. Smith Reynolds Foundation's Renew & Refresh Retreat. Since 1990, the Z. Smith Reynolds Foundation has honored North Carolina's nonprofit leaders for their dedicated service and commitment to the sector by awardin...
Ep 27: Betting on North Carolina Farmers
Blake Butler, Executive Director, NC Industrial Hemp Association, and Malcolm Anderson, co-founder of Green Heffa Farms, NC’s first black-owned social equity hemp farm, sit down to discuss the impact on plant can have on individuals, communities, and o...
Coming Full Circle
Henry Crews and Eva Clayton have known each other for almost 50 years. These days, Eva is retired from the US Congress and United Nations Food and Agriculture Organization, and Henry serves as the Executive Director of the Green Rural Redevelopment Org...
Ep 25: Courageous Conversations
Bethann James, Founder & CEO of Gemstone Professional Services Consultants, and public health professional and podcaster Amarachi Anakaraonye discuss the importance and challenges of presenting your authentic self.
Ep 24: Somewhere in the Grey
Digital storyteller Amarachi Anakaraonye and public health professional Lydia Moges discuss the ups and downs of nonprofit work, a life spent somewhere in the grey area.
We’ll Be Back Soon!
As we say goodbye to our Multimedia Producer, David, we're saying hello to a new production team. Stay tuned for more from TNE!
Ep 23: The Nonprofit Experience Experience
This week, as we bid farewell to our multimedia producer David Mueller, he sits down with PJ Managing Editor Sandy Cyr to discuss the evolution of the podcast and share some of his favorite moments from Seasons 1 & 2.
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