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A Taste Of Nonprofit Radio

 

Featuring:

— Naomi Levine, executive director, NYU Heyman Center for Philanthropy and Fundraising
— Seth Godin, author & thinker
— Craig Newmark, founder, craigslist & craigconnects
— Andrew Noyes, when he was manager, public policy, Facebook
— Aria Finger, COO, DoSomething.org & CEO of TMI
— Ami Dar, founder, idealist.org
— Charles Best, CEO, DonorsChoose.org
— Marc Ecko, CEO, Ecko Enterprises
— Majora Carter, public radio host
— Eric Saperston, chief creative officer, Live In Wonder
— the music of Scott Stein

Nonprofit Radio, February 24, 2012: Take On Teens, Pursue Your Hero’s Journey & Going Greater Into Google Search

Big Nonprofit Ideas for the Other 95%

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Interviewing Aria Finger at NextGen:Charity 2011
Aria Finger: Take On Teens

Aria Finger, COO of DoSomething.org, gives ideas for motivating teens and finding their passion points to get them engaged in your work. (Pre-recorded at last year’s NextGen:Charity conference.)

 

 

Interviewing Eric Saperston at NextGen:Charity 2011
Eric Saperston: Pursue Your Hero’s Journey

Eric’s journey took him across the U.S. in a VW microbus, inviting 200 of the country’s most famous and powerful to coffee. Eric Saperston is chief creative officer at Live In Wonder, and he learned some amazing lessons over coffee. His story is told in the Disney documentary, “The Journey.” (Pre-recorded at last year’s NextGen:Charity conference.)
 

 

Maria Semple
Maria Semple: Going Greater Into Google Search

Maria Semple, The Prospect Finder, and our regular prospect research contributor, goes deeper into Google search. How do your search results differ when you’re logged in or not logged in to Google? Plus, advanced search tips. It’s a short course on search to help your prospecting.
 

 



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