Nonprofit Radio for July 18, 2022: 600th Show!

 

Claire Meyerhoff, Scott Stein, Amy Sample Ward, Gene Takagi, Peter Panepento, & Jagannathan Narayanan: 600th Show!

For this auspicious occasion, we have august personages. My co-host is Claire Meyerhoff. We’ve got live music from Scott Stein. Our contributors, Amy Sample Ward and Gene Takagi are here. Our sponsors, Turn Two Communications and Fourth Dimension Technologies will be dropping in. And we’ll surprise a bunch of folks, The Delightful Dozen. It’s fun and music and celebration. And gratitude.

 

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Yeah, hello and welcome to tony-martignetti

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non profit

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radio big

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non profit

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ideas for the

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Other 95

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on

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the aptly named host

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of

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your favorite abdominal

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podcast, you

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hear the live

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music that can

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only mean one

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thing,

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It’s our 600th show and 12th Jubilee

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who

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you have a listener of the week Tricia Madrid baker when someone posted on an N 10 discussion, what’s your favorite non profit podcast Tricia was quick on the keyboard and posted the first answer. tony-martignetti non profit

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radio

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and her post got the most likes of any of those second rate suggestions that came after. Uh not that it’s a competition but non profit radio did get the most likes, I have to say. And by the way, for those two past guests who stabbed us in the back by naming second rate podcasts, uh you’re banished, you’ll not be back

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but

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Tricia Madrid baker from a plastic anemia and Mds International Foundation. Thank you. Tricia for loving non profit radio as your favorite podcast for nonprofits, congratulations you are our listener of the week On the 600th show

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And also everybody’s answers in the N- 10 forums are all wonderful and appreciated. Tony is being hyperbolic, just making sure people know

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that I

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should hope they realize that after, after a couple of beats after a couple of beats So for this 600 show or specific occasion we have August personages my Co host is claire Meyerhoff we’ve got live music from scott stein our contributors, Amy sample Ward, who you just heard defending all the second rate podcasts and Gene Takagi are here, our sponsors turn to communications and fourth dimension technologies will be dropping in and we’ll be surprising a bunch of folks, it’s fun, it’s music, it’s celebration and gratitude. So on Tony’s take two, I’m gonna be saying thank you.

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We are sponsored by turn to communications. Pr and content for nonprofits. Your story is their mission turn hyphen two dot co visit them at turn hyphen T W O dot C O. We’re also sponsored by fourth dimension technologies I T infra in a box. The affordable tech solution for nonprofits visit tony dot M a slash four D. Just like three D. But they go one dimension deeper.

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Oh that mellifluous voice. It can only be Claire Meyerhoff. Welcome Claire Meyerhoff.

[00:03:04.24] spk_3:
Hi tony I love doing your spots. I really do because I used to do spots back in the day when I worked in radio and I don’t do them anymore. So when I get one in front of me, I’m just like, oh I get to read a commercial,

[00:03:22.04] spk_1:
I’m very glad I’m glad you’re with us. She is of course non profit radio as creative Producer, declares the president of the planned giving agency request marketing and philanthropy. Communications and the company is at PG agency dot com. So glad to have you. Creative producer. Thanks,

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Thank you Tony, I can’t believe this is your 600th show you are the most prolific and amazing podcaster in the history of podcasts. AmY’s writing that down, she’s gonna put that

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it’s

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true, my world is radio Right, so, so after radio people started doing podcast. So I’ve been paying attention to podcasts over the years, like I read articles about it and stuff and I see how people try to do podcasts and they fail because they get a committee or something like that and they just can’t even do one podcast And you have done 600, you have done two a week For once a week, I’m sorry, once a week, four Every week of the year 50 a year to offer vacation times 12, 600. It’s, it’s actually mind blowing. It blows my mind. I’m no good at math, but I can do this math. And that math adds up to podcast success.

[00:04:29.09] spk_1:
Thank you. Claire R&R 13,000 plus listeners each week. So thank

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you. It’s amazing.

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It feels terrific. I have to do one a week. Otherwise I’d be undisciplined. We’d be at like show, I don’t know, 226 or something after 12 years, but one a week, it keeps me disciplined. Let’s bring in Scott Stein Scott Welcome. Glad to have you.

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Thank you. Great to be here.

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Always a pleasure to have you on the, on the milestone show scott is the composer of our theme song, cheap red wine, which we’ll be hearing later. He’s a Brooklyn, new york based pianist, songwriter, arranger, conductor and music director. He’s got a new album coming out imminently. He’s got a new baby that just happened very recently. And you can find all this at scott stein music dot com scott. So glad to have you.

[00:05:33.24] spk_5:
Oh well, always glad to be here. It it feels like the milestone. It’s like it’s a certain type of summer. It’s a certain time of the summer. It’s like, all right, it’s time to do tony show again. Look forward to it every year.

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Every july. Thank you. So, tell us about the new baby. I thought I thought the new album was big news until I learned about the new

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baby album

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is like, uh, you know, the music is important to tell us about the new baby.

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Yeah, I won’t try to compare the two. Uh, so we have a little girl named Aviva, she was born about six weeks ago and she’s just, she’s beautiful and she’s growing and she’s just starting to give us smiles and it’s just, it’s awesome. She’s really wonderful. You might, she’s in the other room so you might occasionally hear her. But yeah, it’s, it’s wonderful. And her big brother is we have a three year old named Eli and he’s been awesome and he’s a great big brother. And it’s just, it’s fun. We’re not sleeping a whole lot. That’s the only thing, but that’s sort of to be expected. So it’s all good

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baby, like the piano.

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Yeah, actually, right before, right before I came on and I had to do a couple of vocal warm ups just to get ready. So I had her in my lap and was just singing and playing and probably here right now

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we can hear her. That’s okay. non profit radio we’re family embracing, not just family

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friendly but yeah,

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anybody could be family friendly. We’re family embracing and pets to

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Indeed it was going to say the other day I was home just practicing piano, my wife was holding her and she was asleep and she didn’t wake up until I started, sorry until I took a break from practicing as soon as I started playing again, it lulled her back to sleep. So

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magnificent. Alright, alright. And new album coming

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up. Yeah, new record is called Uphill. It’s going to be released next month. That’s august the first single which I’m gonna do later in the show is going to be coming out in about two weeks and we’re gonna do a record release show here in Brooklyn where I live through a, an organization called operation gig which sponsors a bunch of outdoor shows throughout the Ditmas Park and Prospect Park south neighborhoods and so we’re part of that. We’re really excited. That’s august 21st and yes, it’s I’m really excited for people to hear this music. It’s, we’ve been working hard at it and it’s finally ready.

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Outstanding. Congratulations, mazel tov on uh, on Aviva And the album Uphill all that info is at scott stein music dot com. Let’s bring in Amy Amy and jean Amy our technology and social media. Hello Hello indeed.

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Our

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technology and social media contributor and ceo of N 10 where that auspicious podcast poll was taken their most

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special, scientifically valid, you know, statistically valid survey of best podcast in the online forum.

[00:08:18.84] spk_1:
Yeah, well, non profit radio is number one. So obviously that’s all

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true. That

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is that is all true. Uh their most recent co authored book is the tech that comes next and we have to get you on the show to talk about that. It’s been it’s been your lackluster hosts. Uh Remission.

[00:08:34.26] spk_4:
Yeah. You said we couldn’t be on until you read it. So I guess tony this is you admitting you have not yet read the book.

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And they’re also at the sample. They’re also at Amy sample ward dot org And at Amy R. S

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Ward

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and Gene Takagi are legal contributor, Managing attorney of neo the nonprofit and exempt organizations law group in saN Francisco and it’s that wildly popular nonprofit law blog dot com. He’s also a part time lecturer at Columbia University. You’ll find his firm at neo law group dot com and he’s at g Tac glad to have you gene wonderful to be

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Here. Tony and congrats, that’s an amazing uh feet 600 podcasts and I’ll second clear and say yeah, number one on my list.

[00:09:24.84] spk_1:
Thank you very much. Thank you and Tricia Madrid baker to our our listener of the week. Number one for her. So look at all the number ones we’ve got

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just to see if I can get over the week one day as

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well,

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jean

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your listener of the month. You’re on your contributor of the month, listener of the month. Come on. I

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mean

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your your bona fide, you’re way beyond bona fide.

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I’ve been on 13 years. I’ve never been listening for the week. So

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jean is hoping you have one of those hallway, you know, things with the little engraved gene really wants one to say 11 week. He was the listener of the week.

[00:10:09.14] spk_1:
Okay, I see the listener of the wall. The wall, but I need to install in my home in my background. Okay.

[00:10:11.05] spk_3:
That’s a little Polaroid picture of jean. Like when I worked at Roy Rogers in high school, they had ranch hand of the month and you had your little Polaroid and your thing and I never became ranch hand of the month.

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That’s exactly what I want,

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Claire. Hey scott.

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We’d we’d

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love to have some music. What do you think you do a first do a first song for us from? This is gonna be from Uphill, the new album.

[00:10:51.84] spk_5:
Yeah, this is gonna be the single. Um full disclosure. I think I may have played one or two of the songs that you’re about to hear on the podcast before. So hopefully your audience is okay with a repeat performance. Um I can’t remember if I did this one or not, to be honest. But this is gonna be the single. It’s gonna be out in a couple weeks. It’s called on my way. And sexually the 1st, 1st tune on the record

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on my way.

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Mm

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mhm.

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I’m on my way. I could still find my way out of the ordinary. Back into the free. Gonna take some of that comfort, slip out of the step all the way outside my back to push me through the soul.

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Okay,

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I’m on my way through the storm and the swell as for the destination. It’s too early to tell there in a while and to sell this ain’t a river or trust. Ain’t no grow or treating this like baby. We only do what we must and I cannot stem the time. I can only stand in one

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and

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then I grab a hold so we won’t put

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me under.

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I’m breathing different And now we’ve got a swagger in my stride. I’m walking through new Orleans, the mighty river at my side but knew all the smells the scars now in the shaping its form with just the, the rhetoric reminds our of memories of the storm.

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Mhm Yes.

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Amen.

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Mm hmm. Okay. Yeah, gonna take all

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that. I take all that. I was

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trying to pull

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myself together. The right kind of

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Barnes,

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take all of my love, take all of my sins. Ain’t no use trying to pass up the mess that I

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feel,

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but I will be back. I will be better be better than I was

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the day before. Mhm. Mhm Yeah, beautiful scott.

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Thank you. Thank you. Thank you. Swagger in my stride.

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That’s terrific.

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Alright, alright. We’ve got more music coming from uh from scott’s gonna play a couple more tunes for us, including of course, the the ultimate theme, the theme song, cheap red wine coming up, coming up later to thank you scott. Cool. So clara like so claire a

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mute myself.

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Thank you for your thoughtful, thoughtful. But for words about the 600th show,

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The 600 show is amazing and you’ve had so many guests on over the years and I thought that I would do something in honor of this jubilee and create something called the delightful dozen for your dozen years Now. I haven’t now I have an official unofficial theme song. The delightful doesn’t are kind of just, you know, 12 people that I asked Tony to, to think of who were really truly delightful, dynamic, wonderful guests. And we wanted to highlight them on this 12th jubilee. And I’m really digging the word jubilee. So delightful dozen,

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anybody can

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have an anniversary, anybody but a jubilee. And you know, the Queen, they just stole that from you over and you in England

[00:16:08.22] spk_1:
Queen. Yeah, she she counts to.

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She borrowed your idea. So yeah, we

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don’t have a podcast. Queen doesn’t have a podcast.

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No, not that we know of

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she Exactly, there’s her problem. She’s got no marketing,

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no market so so well, well well talk about these delightful people over the course of the show. So here are our first three of the delightful dozen. So this is the first quarter of the delightful dozen. And our first delightful dozen designate is Cheryl McCormick who is the Ceo of the Athens Area Humane Society and she is a delightful dozen member, our inaugural member and tony Why did Cheryl make the delightful dozen?

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Cheryl McCormick has been a fan of nonprofit radio for many, many years in the early years she used to send me messages on twitter and facebook commenting on the show years ago she did a blog post where she listed um you know, recommended podcasts, She put non profit radio at the top of her list and she was the first blogger to do that, you know, uh gratefully, thankfully, you know the show has been on many lists through the years, but she was the first person to do that. Um, so you know just long term, long term loyal fan. Um I have my plan giving accelerator and she was the first person to join the first class.

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She

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was the first member of the first class of plan giving accelerator. I was grateful for that was very uh significant, you know moving that that she believed in what the course was gonna be about. I haven’t done one yet. And the course has turned out very, very well but so she’s been a longtime fan and uh that’s why I’m grateful to Cheryl McCormick and that’s why she belongs in the delightful dozen.

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Thank you Cheryl for being part of our delightful dozen here tony-martignetti non profit radio So the next member being inaugurated or whatever and welcomed into the class of the delightful dozen. We have a woman named Barbara Newhouse and Barbara is the current Ceo of the southeast texas food bank which is an amazing organization and so important these days especially but Barbara when she was on the show, she was the Ceo of the A. L. S association and she was involved in an extremely high profile nonprofit fundraising activity that goes down in history. tony tell us what that was.

[00:18:56.44] spk_1:
That was the ice bucket challenge and I was so excited to get her on the show. The ice bucket challenge was during the summer of 2014. So we’re going back a few years but its legendary

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years ago already.

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Yeah,

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what is time talking

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about it? People are still talking about it, they’re like how can we do something like the ice bucket challenge clients that like

[00:19:14.72] spk_1:
it was organic,

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it’s lightning in a bottle

[00:20:42.54] spk_1:
right. And that was, that was the summer of 2014, it wrapped up right around labor day of 2014 and then on the october 6th show we got Barbara Newhouse the Ceo of the A. L. S. Society, which was the The beneficiary of 120 850 million. The numbers seem to vary a little bit, but a ton of money came in over 68 weeks. They were overwhelmed and we got to talk to Barbara Newhouse, the Ceo about how it originated. And you know, it was it was purely organic. It came from three three three Service 3 folks with with A. L. S. In their family or or they themselves are patients and it was just purely organic. Uh and then what they were going to do with the money and how they were going to decide what to do with the money. And did that show that october Uh for 2014 show at the Chronicle of Philanthropy Offices. Um So we shared the interview with them, but they let me do it on the podcast and then they hosted it on their site and it was just very, very much upbeat uh moment for nonprofit radio to get Barbara Newhouse, just a couple of weeks after this all had this all had broken and to do it in the Chronicle of philanthropy Office was terrific. Yes.

[00:20:46.04] spk_3:
So Barbara Newhouse, thank you for letting us designate you one of the delightful dozen of tony-martignetti

[00:20:52.57] spk_1:
we’ll

[00:20:52.80] spk_3:
send you a plaque or something. I don’t know, maybe

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not

[00:21:03.24] spk_3:
let’s not get carried away. You might get like a sticker. Okay, so the third person we’re going to talk about who we’re going to um bring into our cone of silence or whatever is not a cone of silence of

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it’s

[00:21:13.35] spk_3:
a basket of fabulousness. I don’t know what it is, but it’s called the delightful dozen and it’s Tony’s delightful dozen people. And so the third one we’re going to bring in is the editor of the Chronicle of philanthropy, Stacy palmer. So tony tell us why is Stacy a member of the delightful dozen?

[00:22:24.74] spk_1:
Well, because she was amenable to what I just talked about the that sharing of that interview in 2014. She’s been a guest on the show a bunch of times, most recently, just a couple of weeks ago, I think like, 33 weeks ago. because the Chronicle of philanthropy is transitioning to nonprofit status, which is enormous. Going from privately held to from privately held. They’re owned by the Chronicle of Higher Education. Now they’re going from privately held to nonprofit status. They have not gotten their approval from the I. R. S. Yet. But they have Made their 1023 application. So that’s huge and she’s been on the show a couple of other times. And then in addition to that, uh she gave me an opportunity years ago to host for the Chronicle. The another podcast uh fundraising fundamentals.

[00:22:27.34] spk_5:
And

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that was that was different. That was strictly fundraising

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short

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Form, nothing more than 12 minutes. Most of the interviews were like 10, 8, 10 minutes uh

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quick 12,

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three. What can we learn? And I did that for four or 4.5 years with the

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Chronicle

[00:22:45.04] spk_1:
hosting that uh, for them. And so I’m grateful to Stacy Palmer and that’s why she belongs in the delightful dozen. So there you go.

[00:22:53.83] spk_3:
And that is the first three members of our class of the 2022 Tony-Martignetti delightful dozen.

[00:23:01.44] spk_1:
And

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we’ll have more later. Stay tuned.

[00:23:12.24] spk_1:
We absolutely will. And it’s my pleasure to bring in one of our, one of our sponsors. Peter Pan a

[00:23:15.94] spk_0:
pinto. Good

[00:23:16.71] spk_7:
day everyone. How are you?

[00:23:20.14] spk_1:
Hello Peter.

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Hi Peter.

[00:23:27.64] spk_1:
We were just talking about fundraising fundamentals on the Chronicle of philanthropy and uh, and how Stacy palmer was important to that and uh, and you were to Peter in in making that happen.

[00:23:33.47] spk_7:
Yeah, that was our first joint effort way back in the day. tony when we worked on that.

[00:24:05.54] spk_1:
Indeed, indeed. Um, so I invited Peter to come of course because turned to communications of which he is one of the partners is a sponsor of nonprofit radio has been for several years and Peter, you know, I’m grateful. I’m grateful for the support that that you and your partner scott give to the nonprofit radio So thank you. I want to have you on to say thank you for your many years, sponsorship.

[00:24:08.42] spk_7:
Thank you were big supporters of the work you do and

[00:24:13.64] spk_1:
past

[00:24:27.44] spk_7:
building you provide to the non community through this program and through so much of the other work you do to tony uh, you really do a really important service grazers and nonprofit Urz especially those that smaller organizations that don’t have access to a lot of the resources that a lot of us do.

[00:24:34.64] spk_1:
Thank you. Thank you. Peter. Your, your audio is breaking up a little bit. So I’m gonna suggest you turn off your video. I’m

[00:24:40.76] spk_7:
gonna turn my video off and as I do that, I’m going to move to a better location. Okay.

[00:24:56.44] spk_1:
Because I don’t want you to be breaking up as you as you remind folks, uh, as I do each week, but now we’re gonna hear it from one of the partners. I’m just a lackluster host of the number one podcast, but still black Western. Um, so as you, you know, remind folks what, what turned to communications is all about for nonprofits. Please

[00:25:36.44] spk_7:
Sure. We are a full service communications and pr agency that specializes in working with non profits and foundations. Uh, it started from my work prior to going into consulting as a journalist where I spent a number of years at the Chronicle philanthropy, really getting to know the field. Uh, and starting to really understand the best practices and communications and pr and have taken the lessons we’ve learned there along with the the years that we’ve now been working with um nonprofits and thought leaders and uh, and foundations across the sector and apply it to the work we do today.

[00:25:43.34] spk_1:
You do a lot of work with community foundations, don’t you?

[00:26:18.94] spk_7:
That’s right. That’s right. That’s a really central part of our business. We um, we provide support to a group called the Community Foundation awareness Initiative, which is a coalition of about 100 and 50 community foundations that we provide strategic support to. And we’ve really built a community of practice among communicators at community foundations where we bring them together. We um, we provide them with resources and training and we provide a forum for um communications professionals to talk to each other and learn from each other. So that has been a really interesting direction of our work and it helps inform a lot of what we do. Now,

[00:26:42.94] spk_1:
you’ve had some valuable recommendations to in in crises for local community foundations. That’s I’ve found that very helpful. After the, you’ve all day shooting in texas, I was very happy to send out. You recommended the san Antonio area Community Foundation. That’s right, yeah. We

[00:27:04.34] spk_7:
really, we really leverage that network and try to find ways to leverage our own network to communicate about how folks can help in in response to disasters, but also how they can support each other and and and help and grow the field in a larger way. And I really appreciate when when folks with platforms like you see the work that we’re doing and the work that these organizations are doing and help amplify that message. That’s that’s the best possible outcome.

[00:27:23.64] spk_1:
Oh, it was, it was a pleasure. And uh, peter I want to thank you again for, for the turn to support of non profit radio for your kind words. Thanks very much for joining, joining today. We really appreciate it.

[00:27:25.40] spk_7:
Thank you so much. Great to see you all.

[00:27:32.14] spk_3:
Wonderful, Great guy,

[00:28:07.44] spk_1:
very grateful. Yes. Um, and which leads me to, uh, more, uh, More formal expression of gratitude and it’s time for Tony’s take two and I have to say thank you, thank you. Um, it’s hard to identify, you know, who you think first, I guess I guess listeners, you know, if it wasn’t for 13,000 listeners a week in in small and mid size shops, which are the, the ones that we all here today and all the guests that I’ve had through the years. I want to support? You know, um, I knew I was gonna get misty,

[00:28:12.32] spk_3:
you

[00:28:42.84] spk_1:
know, I, I channel II channel our listeners can be a heart. I channel our listeners. You know, what do I think you would ask if you were in the conversation, What do I think is most valuable to you to know to take away from this guest, whether it’s uh, you know, discussion points for, for your, your, your team or for your ceo or for your board to act on. I get a lot of comments, you know, I brought this to my board for discussion and, you know, in that that’s, uh, to me that’s a Grand Slam. Uh, I’m not capable of going any further. That’s Grand Slam is all I know about football. I’m not very good at sports. So,

[00:28:53.02] spk_0:
uh,

[00:29:35.54] spk_1:
but you know, I’m channeling the listeners. I’m grateful to all of you folks who have listened and and do listen. And of course, everybody who supports the show. Everybody here today Claire scott, Amy jean. Um, you know, our our longtime longtime contributors, I’ve got more to say about Gene and Amy later on, so, uh, but grateful at this point. Just a lot of things going out, a lot of gratitude to our listeners, to everybody who supports the show and who has supported, you know, through Through 12 years. You know, I’m Ready to do another 12. We’re not we’re not stopping

[00:30:51.84] spk_4:
tony Can I add like a tiny Sprinkle of love on top of your big love sunday for your listeners. I’m trying to come up with a metaphor there. Um, you know, I we, at n 10, of course, like a whole community of people learning about technology, but so obviously it’s a biased view, but I don’t care and don’t pretend that it’s not biased, but there’s so many people and so many institutions that those people are in, and then so many other factors like The perception or the positioning with funders or whatever else that constantly tells folks in our sector, you’re supposed to already be the expert and like heaven forbid you admit you’re not, you know, so for 13,000 people to say actually I’m gonna learn something by listening to this show for 12 years, right? Like I just want folks to really appreciate in themselves that they are not buying into all of that noise that like they already know everything there already the expert. Like there’s nothing more to learn. Like there’s so much more to learn and we actually do better when we learn together in conversation or in practice. And I appreciate that for 12 years you’ve created space for that learning to happen. But also that 13,000 people were like, yeah, I have more to learn. You know, that’s really important for our sector.

[00:31:13.64] spk_1:
Thank you amy. Thank you. I’m gonna let him have the last word. That is Tony’s take that is Tony’s take two scott stein’s got some more music for us.

[00:31:53.34] spk_5:
Yeah, I do. Um I thought I would do the title track from the new record. So this is the song is called Uphill and it’s simply about kind of climbing out from from something and getting uphill and trying to trying to stay up there, which feels like kind of where we’re all at right now, we’re particularly with the pandemic and everything else that’s happening and so um like, like a lot of work, the song takes on multiple meanings or it takes on different meanings, you know, for for different people. So anyway, that’s this one.

[00:32:04.84] spk_0:
Mhm. Mhm. Mhm. Mhm.

[00:32:12.64] spk_2:
Lying

[00:32:13.20] spk_0:
here have weighed the while, nothing in the

[00:32:16.84] spk_2:
attack. It’s only the caffeine in my system. I think another night, another week, another

[00:32:23.64] spk_0:
month

[00:32:25.65] spk_2:
we go up

[00:32:29.94] spk_0:
again and roll

[00:32:32.62] spk_2:
like a wave a button up over the

[00:32:34.97] spk_0:
shore, sleep

[00:32:36.69] spk_2:
like a letter. Someone slid under the door. I know better days are coming though. I couldn’t tell you all

[00:32:43.67] spk_0:
that

[00:32:49.24] spk_2:
again. I will go up

[00:32:56.24] spk_0:
again. Years

[00:32:59.11] spk_2:
of living in my bows. It’s carved into my

[00:33:02.05] spk_0:
face

[00:33:06.14] spk_2:
if there is itself in my room and takes up all the space.

[00:33:32.44] spk_0:
Mhm. Mhm. Yeah. Okay. Okay. Mhm. Fighting off

[00:33:33.29] spk_2:
the DM It’s like a boxer in the

[00:33:35.74] spk_0:
ring. I hear the

[00:33:37.26] spk_2:
interest in my corner, but I cannot see a thing. I’ll take it one day at a time I’m taking it on the chin

[00:33:45.46] spk_0:
and I will go

[00:33:49.94] spk_2:
up trying to catch a train. That’s always

[00:33:54.21] spk_0:
the first step ahead sweating

[00:34:09.04] spk_2:
And up straight and then I’ll fall back into bed and then wake up from the dream and take a breath and count to 10. I will go up

[00:34:11.34] spk_0:
again,

[00:34:26.34] spk_2:
lie here forgiveness in your voice as a reason. Life sounded like music that only you and

[00:34:56.74] spk_0:
Mhm and open to the grief from open to the sorrow

[00:35:01.09] spk_2:
and opened up the chairs that I’m gonna stumble down tomorrow, even if nobody knows when the rain will

[00:35:09.15] spk_0:
be, I will

[00:35:13.74] spk_2:
again, ready for the downpour and let it overflow my

[00:35:16.81] spk_0:
cup. I’ll be

[00:35:18.13] spk_2:
ready for the sunshine for whenever it shows up. I know better days are coming though. I don’t know when,

[00:35:26.48] spk_0:
but

[00:35:34.64] spk_2:
I will go up again. I will go up will again. I will go

[00:35:54.94] spk_1:
thank you scott. Uphill title cut the album coming up next month, August 22, is that

[00:35:59.80] spk_5:
21st

[00:36:05.13] spk_1:
August 21? I gave you an extra day. Well you have an extra day just in case one more day after a year makes a difference.

[00:36:07.09] spk_5:
Yeah, well the show will be the 21st and uh I might I might put it online a few days before that. But next month. So for sure,

[00:36:47.93] spk_1:
Uphill the album coming August 21, congratulations. Thank you. Thanks a lot Scott. I had the opportunity to have a chat with our our other sponsor of the Ceo jug in at fourth dimension Technologies. They’re based in India. So they’re all sleeping right now while we are chatting here pleasantly. So I met jargon in new york city and I’m gonna play that that that that chat uh right now, here it is.

[00:36:54.23] spk_8:
I’m

[00:36:54.58] spk_1:
with jug in the Ceo of fourth dimension technologies. We all know it as four D. Of course.

[00:37:01.53] spk_8:
Um

[00:37:03.23] spk_1:
we couldn’t arrange to talk on the

[00:37:06.68] spk_8:
Uh at the six

[00:37:07.69] spk_1:
10th show with him live

[00:37:09.46] spk_8:
because he’s

[00:37:10.45] spk_1:
a couple hours

[00:37:12.33] spk_8:
away so

[00:37:13.02] spk_1:
we’re meeting in Moynihan train hall in new york city so you may hear some train announcements in the

[00:37:17.98] spk_8:
background.

[00:37:19.13] spk_1:
Um that’s where he and I are talking and joking, welcome to non profit radio 600 show and thank you so much for being a

[00:37:35.53] spk_8:
sponsor. Thank you tony and thank you for having us as a sponsor. It’s wonderful to be here and excellent to meet meet in person after almost two years.

[00:37:38.57] spk_1:
Yeah it’s a pleasure,

[00:37:40.98] spk_8:
absolute pleasure.

[00:37:41.87] spk_1:
So uh this is a chance for you to acquaint our listeners

[00:37:47.97] spk_0:
with four

[00:37:50.08] spk_1:
D. And with I. T. Info in a

[00:37:51.75] spk_8:
box. So folks

[00:37:55.03] spk_1:
have been hearing me talk about the the I. T. In. For in a box

[00:37:56.87] spk_8:
but we’ll

[00:37:57.87] spk_1:
get there. But first you know just acquaint us with with four D. From the ceo

[00:38:45.02] spk_8:
perspective. So let me tell you what, I think that it’s got a long history close to 30 plus years old. That’s pretty long and being in the I. T. Infrastructure space all through when I mean the infra basically we’re talking about everything that involves with hardware which is like compute storage network, the list is long, you have backup, you have disaster recovery business continuity, you have the operating systems, you have the security aspects of it. So we pretty much covered the entire gamut of I. T. Infrastructure and without 30 years of experience I think we can claim to have fairly reasonable good knowledge on all these pillars and

[00:38:45.34] spk_1:
these are all aspects of the I. T. Infra in a

[00:38:48.71] spk_8:
box that

[00:38:50.28] spk_1:
that folks can choose

[00:39:13.62] spk_8:
From absolutely what we do, what we’ve done is we’ve actually boxed are 30 years experience in the industry to provide affordable solutions for nonprofits. Okay. So what we are essentially trying to provide nonprofits is being able to have the entire idea of theirs in one single interface. Okay. They can of course they have the option of picking and choosing what they want but all of this available as a single and also as a service, which means they pay for it as the use, that’s what we’re trying to send to them.

[00:39:28.72] spk_1:
You’re sensitive to the fact that non profits are operating on,

[00:39:30.82] spk_8:
you know,

[00:39:31.17] spk_1:
often small

[00:40:00.91] spk_8:
budgets. 100%. No question about it. We understand we work with nonprofits, we understand how tight budgeted they are. We’ve also seen how nonprofits have evolved with time there was a time there, they were focusing only on things like getting the donation and executing projects but today time has come where technology has become very crucial for not just survival but for their growth as well. Okay, so we feel that technology is going forward is going to play a very major part function for any organization, let alone non profit everybody, there’s

[00:40:06.07] spk_1:
no more index

[00:40:06.67] spk_8:
cards, everybody’s

[00:40:08.31] spk_1:
every

[00:40:08.66] spk_8:
person,

[00:40:09.91] spk_1:
not even not only the I. T.

[00:40:11.10] spk_8:
Director, I mean

[00:40:12.02] spk_1:
everyone of course is using technology in their work

[00:40:37.81] spk_8:
and we understand the need for, especially for nonprofits to work with tight budgets. So which is why when we start looking at it, we’ve kind of made it a very cost effective model for them. I’m sure they will see the cost effectiveness in the whole process, which we also feel is probably our way of giving back in some sense in some sense, okay. Because we’re not going to be looking at purely market rates in this model, but we think there is an option to do that. But we also want to make it easy, elegant and simple for them to use, that’s the idea

[00:40:44.94] spk_1:
and there is a large U. S. Nonprofit you’re working with

[00:41:46.41] spk_8:
now. Oh yes, we do. That’s, that’s our first experience with nonprofits. It’s not just its us based, but it’s an international organization. They have presents, not only the U. S. They have presence in Japan Korea, parts of europe India all over and it’s a huge impact. So when we, when we actually got into that organization, I think they were, they had a lot of I. T, let’s say components in this actually bought a lot of things. But I think what has happened this over a period of time, they’re all desperate components of the bottle is not integrated into one solution for them. So when we got in, we realized that there are lots of things, which they were about dead bought, they were not using and some of them they could have used it better. So we started optimizing the whole thing today we wrote something to the cloud, something in the data center and stuff like that and today they are in a position actually a very stable idea. Environment is what they have And then we also manage it for them. 24,

[00:41:50.49] spk_1:
that’s I. T. N. I. T. In. For in a box available if they’re not using that. Exactly.

[00:41:57.32] spk_8:
But all

[00:41:58.30] spk_1:
these competencies that

[00:41:59.34] spk_8:
you’re describing are

[00:42:00.56] spk_1:
in the I. T. In for in a

[00:42:27.10] spk_8:
box. So using all the confidence of I. T. In the box. Ah we didn’t start off with I. D. In front of box for them. We started off with support for them but I think it evolved into something where we felt that when we put it into a complete integrated component it can really help a lot of these nonprofits irrespective of the size. Okay Irrespective of size. Excellent. Alright, thank

[00:42:30.30] spk_1:
you very much. Pleasure to meet you and uh new york city Moynihan train hall and thank you again for your your sponsorship of non profit

[00:42:46.20] spk_8:
radio thank you and thank you. Thank you Tony. Thank you Tony for giving us this opportunity. We’re really hoping that this will give us an opportunity to be of service the non problems. That’s the way we look at it from our perspective. Terrific. Thank you so much.

[00:42:47.42] spk_1:
My pleasure thank you.

[00:42:48.50] spk_8:
My pleasure. Thank you.

[00:42:52.50] spk_5:
That’s so fun that you met in the new Moynihan train hall out of penn station.

[00:42:56.52] spk_1:
It’s beautiful. Have have you seen, have you seen the train hall yet?

[00:42:59.82] spk_5:
Yeah, it’s great. It’s really, it’s, it’s almost unrecognizable from what we think of as penn station. Maybe something closer to what the what the old penn station from way back to the

[00:43:12.42] spk_3:
old beautiful one.

[00:43:13.48] spk_5:
Yeah. Trying to get a little bit of that back.

[00:43:16.07] spk_1:
Has anybody else been there?

[00:43:17.32] spk_3:
I have been there and I grew up on Long Island so I’m very familiar with penn station which you know for years. And then the first time I had a friend in Westchester and I went to Grand Central Station, I was like that’s their train station, Wait a minute, kids from Westchester get this train station kids from Long Island at this train station. So I’m very excited about the Moynihan train station.

[00:43:39.80] spk_1:
The old Long Island Railroad was underground. I mean the station was underground

[00:43:41.81] spk_3:
station

[00:43:42.72] spk_1:
was underground, had no windows

[00:43:44.21] spk_3:
low ceilings.

[00:43:45.68] spk_1:
Remember it from when you lived in the city?

[00:43:48.02] spk_4:
Yes, for sure.

[00:43:50.10] spk_1:
Not at all.

[00:43:51.60] spk_5:
It’s a notch above Ports authority, but

[00:44:02.19] spk_4:
you still have the same sense of like if you don’t have to stop and ask for directions and you just know I’m gonna go, I’m gonna pass to, I’m gonna turn left and then I’m gonna go where I need to go. Then you’re like a real new yorker, you didn’t have to, you know like you knew the map in your head, but you don’t want to know the map in your head. Like it’s not an achievement to know it, you know, you gladly forget it. Yeah,

[00:44:22.39] spk_5:
it’s an achievement to basically spend as little time in the station as possible,

[00:44:26.69] spk_4:
right?

[00:44:27.79] spk_1:
Yeah, that was never a welcoming space.

[00:44:30.05] spk_3:
No. And sometimes you’d actually see like you’d see long island celebrities in, in, you know, sort of like many celebrities like islander players or you know baseball players or whatever. And you see you see them in Penn station and they just kind of standing there. I saw jim palmer once, if you remember the handsome baseball players from the Orioles, he was, I saw him once in Penn station. He

[00:44:48.31] spk_1:
was the quarterback, wasn’t, he

[00:44:49.57] spk_3:
was the quarterback of the Orioles. Exactly. And I once saw Billy Joel and penn station. So that’s like the ultimate to before Long Island and see Billy Joel in Penn station with a few friends because probably that was just maybe for whatever he was doing, that was the easiest way to get home.

[00:45:08.39] spk_5:
But this is the guy who he like takes a private helicopter to Madison Square garden gigs

[00:45:13.04] spk_0:
long before

[00:45:14.36] spk_5:
that. I was gonna say, I don’t think he’s taking the Long Island rail road.

[00:45:16.62] spk_3:
I’m on the higher end of the higher end of the age spectrum at this point. And so this was probably maybe like 1979 or something

[00:45:34.79] spk_1:
new york now has a, has a very fitting train train hall. It’s not, it’s not even Moynihan train station, but it’s like the difference between an anniversary and a jubilee, they don’t have a train hall, they don’t have a train station, you know, any town could have a station or, or a terminal, they have a train haul a train hall in new york, Moynihan train hall. So

[00:45:44.69] spk_4:
grand. It’s grand in that way.

[00:45:55.49] spk_1:
It’s like, like the, like the jubilee, like the jubilee. Um so um, how about a little more delightful dozen.

[00:45:58.12] spk_3:
Oh, I do have some more members of the delightful, doesn’t know

[00:46:00.92] spk_1:
what a surprise

[00:46:02.18] spk_3:
surprise, what a surprise. Well, I think, I think the next person I’d like to mention is a really cool lady who I’ve met before and her name is Regina Walton, tony Tell us about Regina.

[00:46:11.45] spk_1:
Regina, I love Regina. She was

[00:46:14.58] spk_3:
the

[00:46:45.28] spk_1:
first social media manager for nonprofit radio So she had been the social manager for my company. I know, maybe not. No, no, I take that back when I started the show in july 2010, I knew I needed help promoting and uh, and I brought Regina on board and she was the social manager for the first three or so years of the show got, got me launched, you know when I didn’t know what twitter was, she knew to get at tony-martignetti uh through the years when I didn’t know what gmail was, she knew to reserve tony-martignetti at gmail dot com,

[00:46:51.58] spk_3:
which I’ve always been

[00:47:06.78] spk_1:
Grateful for because I wouldn’t know, you know, I’d be using, I’d be using Tony-Martignetti 12 now or something at gmail. So she knew, she knew, she knew she was on a game. Regina Walton, very fond memories of the shows for and my first social manager, Regina Walton certainly belongs in that delightful dozen.

[00:47:15.08] spk_3:
Congratulations to Regina and our next member of the delightful dozen is Edgar Villanueva. He’s the author of de colonizing wealth and he heads up something called the de con de colonizing wealth project, which supports social movement and racial healing. So he’s obviously a great guy. Tell us about Edgar.

[00:47:40.58] spk_1:
It was terrific. Um very proud of his heritage. He’s a lumbee, one of the the native american tribes in north Carolina, which I have a home near the lumbee river. So he and I chatted about

[00:47:47.61] spk_3:
that in

[00:49:08.17] spk_1:
lambert exactly in Lumberton north Carolina and maybe it’s just the Lumberton Lumberton river. But lumbee certainly from that area, very smart guy. His book is de colonizing wealth and he leads the de colonizing wealth project. Um he was first on the show November 30, 2018 but I’ve replayed it many times and I’m seriously thinking about using his show to replace my annual replay of a show called zombie loyalists, which was with Peter shankman wrote a book about marketing and how to make people your zombie loyalists so that they do all your marketing and your promotion for you and they are zombies to your to your cause or your work. Um and I’ve played that many times in december but I think um I think I’m gonna replay it feels more, you know, uh promotion and and marketing have their place of course, but the colonizing wealth seems uh seems a little more move of the moment to me. So I think each december I’m gonna replay Edgar’s interview from from 2018 about about his book, the colonizing wealth. So he’ll be an annual replay and uh absolutely belongs in the among the delightful dozen.

[00:49:12.27] spk_0:
His book is

[00:49:13.26] spk_1:
a must read. I’m sorry jean go ahead. His

[00:49:30.27] spk_6:
book is a must read for anybody looking at social justice and racial justice issues and that is a must read book and I had the pleasure of listening to Edgar in Oxford of all places. Um and just a wonderful speaker and one wonderful presenter, a wonderful thought leader on on all of these topics. So I’m glad to hear he’s gonna be uh

[00:49:42.97] spk_0:
in in in the

[00:49:44.57] spk_1:
Edgar. Edgar. Edgar Villanueva, Yes, Wonderful that he got invited to speak at Oxford outstanding. Their their speaker series is preeminent.

[00:49:54.97] spk_3:
Wonderful. So our next person up is Beth Kanter who doesn’t know and love Beth Kanter. tony why is she in the delightful dozen.

[00:50:05.56] spk_1:
The only guest to say fuck on. non profit radio

[00:50:08.78] spk_3:
Well you just said it

[00:50:10.26] spk_1:
well, she was the first person.

[00:50:12.09] spk_4:
tony is not a guest. He’s not

[00:50:14.07] spk_1:
a guest. That’s true, that’s right, thank you for saving me. Yes, my statement rings, my statement rings true,

[00:50:20.40] spk_3:
but now I’m a guest host, I just I just

[00:50:23.25] spk_4:
producer, I’m

[00:50:24.92] spk_3:
not gonna do it, but we don’t really

[00:50:27.36] spk_1:
twice in one, twice in one show she

[00:50:29.48] spk_3:
said

[00:50:34.16] spk_1:
yes, she was referring to a cause I think was it fun sharks or something like

[00:50:35.79] spk_3:
that.

[00:51:10.06] spk_1:
But she’s been on the show many times, talking about her books uh you know, people think of her as a technologist, but she’s also very concerned about wellness and and the the whole person bringing your whole person to work. Um Her most recent book is with with Allison Fine, the smart non profit which is another duo that I need to have on the show very soon along with Amy sample ward and uh and their co author, that’s why the host is lackluster, but it’s coming, it’s coming. So Beth and Beth and Allison will be on soon but Beth longtime supporter of the show many time, many time guests and she has that distinction for

[00:51:23.06] spk_0:
her

[00:51:24.16] spk_4:
and love out to Beth who in a couple months ago finished her six years on the N 10 board,

[00:51:33.86] spk_3:
thank you for your service.

[00:51:36.65] spk_1:
Very important.

[00:51:57.16] spk_3:
Cantor, thank you for being in the delightful dozen, which leads us to our next member of the delightful dozen whose book, Beth Kanter wrote the forward for. And that book is Bitcoin and the future of fundraising. And the author of that is our next member of the delightful dozen. And he is Jason shim another

[00:51:58.56] spk_1:
Delightful Guest. Yes, I remember the N 10 board. Right

[00:52:02.02] spk_4:
amy, he was on the same terms as that. So he and yeah, he invest just turned off

[00:52:59.75] spk_1:
All right, service on the N- 10 board belongs in a delightful dozen because he’s he’s such a generous supporter of the show when, when, when he’s on he rises above other folks in terms of uh, most other folks, uh in terms of promotion and just sharing the show and uh, he’s a delight and he’s always he’s got very practical uh grounded suggestions. But he also can look at the 30,000 ft view, you know, in that book, Bitcoin in the future of fundraising, you know, also able to look ahead. Um, and I should also just shout out pathways to education Canada where he is the IT Director, director of technology perhaps, but he’s a muckety muck. Education. Canada leave it at that

[00:53:02.41] spk_4:
parental leave right now

[00:53:04.31] spk_1:
on parental leave to have a child. They had a

[00:53:11.85] spk_4:
child. Yeah, he and his partner had a child in, she was born in december,

[00:53:14.85] spk_1:
wonderful. Yes.

[00:53:27.05] spk_4:
Canada, you know, Canada actually cares for its people. And so they have parental leave for a very long time. All

[00:53:27.28] spk_1:
right. thank you Claire we will

[00:53:28.95] spk_3:
And let’s we have we have one more quick one. Let’s do Sam Liebowitz, Sam

[00:53:41.05] spk_1:
sam the producer, the line producer of the show. He had the studio in new york city, I was with him for three different studios in new york city. He had trouble paying his rent. No, he uh

[00:53:50.04] spk_3:
different

[00:53:52.12] spk_0:
uh

[00:54:46.34] spk_1:
everybody in new york city has trouble paying the rent now he moved around lisa’s ended but he got better deals. Um but yeah, Sam Liebowitz, very special place for nonprofit radio and for me um he gave me a spot on the show, gave me a spot on his online network when non profit radio was brand new. All of you may remember that was friday at one o’clock friday one PM We used to do our our show live and it was livestreamed of course SAM managed not only the production of the logistics of getting folks on the call and what to do when the call drops and how to get them back on, but also managed to live stream, which was going out and then he did facebook live streaming for the show and and I learned from SAM that a a minute when you have to fill it can feel like a day,

[00:54:48.23] spk_4:
but

[00:54:59.84] spk_1:
An hour show flies like two minutes. So Sam Liebowitz a special place in my heart and non profit radios heart for for sam, thank you Claire,

[00:55:01.94] spk_3:
thank you very, very much.

[00:55:08.64] spk_1:
Thanks and we’ll be revisiting one more time. Delightful doesn’t but scott. Uh scott is gonna play that’s gonna play cheap red wine I believe I hope.

[00:55:38.74] spk_5:
Yeah. And just want to say real quick tony It’s such a pleasure to be here. And uh this it all started from you licensed this song to use cheap red wine as the walk in music as it were. And uh it’s just been so fun to have this continuing work relationship and and so and thank you for you know picking my music and enjoying it. So pleasure, pleasure to be here. So

[00:55:40.09] spk_1:
it was my pleasure scott.

[00:55:48.74] spk_0:
Mhm

[00:56:01.33] spk_2:
Baby just came up talking sooner or later. I’ll figure out just to watch your

[00:56:08.63] spk_0:
head. You’re

[00:56:25.83] spk_2:
seeking romantic advice from my bill when I’m looking for answers up on a tv screen and we care to be a nothing we can tell our ups from our downs, we’re disappointed in each other. Tell me baby ain’t this love that we found

[00:56:32.53] spk_0:
you

[00:57:15.33] spk_2:
know, you used to find me charming but I can’t figure out how and you said you thought I was handsome but doesn’t matter now so keep falling from a punch hands as long as you’re time poor allowed cause I’ve got a rapid promises, a bottle of cheap wine now, you know some girls are just living diamonds, they were on top of the cut of clothing that are way not to go to work for the good stuff. You’re too easily to strike to take care. Well, I ain’t got too many options. So I’m gonna do the best that I

[00:57:19.99] spk_0:
can.

[00:57:31.83] spk_2:
Well maybe you’ll have some competition one day when I’m a wealthier man. You know, you used to find me charming, but I can’t figure out how. And you said you thought it was handsome, but it doesn’t matter now. So keep falling from a punch on. As long as your time will allow. Because I’ve got arrested promises by legit a while now.

[00:57:52.23] spk_0:
Oh,

[00:58:15.72] spk_2:
hey baby, let’s raise our glasses, take a drink the better days. The other people can kiss our ass’s because they don’t like the things you sing and the heavens that I won’t flashing victory signs because we’re perfect for each other. As long as we have nobody else in mind, nobody is waiting.

[00:58:43.52] spk_0:
Mhm Whoa, whoa. Yeah. You know, you

[00:58:45.91] spk_2:
used to find me charming, but I can’t figure out how you said your father’s hands and never mind it. Don’t matter

[00:58:52.87] spk_0:
now. So keep

[00:58:53.83] spk_2:
falling from my Puncheon’s. As long as your time will allow because I’ve got her any promises about the cheaper and whatever.

[00:59:06.82] spk_0:
Mhm

[00:59:11.62] spk_2:
cheap and whatever. Oh

[00:59:46.82] spk_0:
yeah. Okay. Mhm Mhm

[00:59:57.82] spk_1:
Scott. Thank

[00:59:58.28] spk_3:
you. Thank you

[01:00:02.20] spk_1:
song always makes me smile. Scott. I turned up my volume

[01:00:06.92] spk_5:
and and and I didn’t have any banging on the walls from the neighbors. So we’re good.

[01:00:11.31] spk_4:
I thought you meant from the

[01:00:14.40] spk_0:
baby.

[01:00:18.31] spk_5:
No.

[01:00:19.95] spk_1:
You

[01:00:20.43] spk_5:
Know when she turns like 13. Dad, not that song again.

[01:00:24.13] spk_1:
You’ll still be on once a year. I have to hear this song.

[01:00:28.36] spk_0:
Dad, this old, he’s gone this guy

[01:00:36.21] spk_1:
up Claire. Let’s finish up our delightful does.

[01:00:59.71] spk_3:
All right. Well this delightful dozen has just been delightful. I’ve had such a delightful time putting together the delightful dozen with my Pal Tony-Martignetti who I admire greatly for his 600 podcasts. Just amazing. So the next members are final members actually of the delightful dozen are Amy sample Ward and jean Takaki. That’s two of them.

[01:02:12.90] spk_1:
So grateful to each of you for your contributions, you know, for for helping small and midsize shops, you know, certainly for the contributions you make to the show the time you put in on the show. But you know, each of your individual practices too. You know, you’re, you’re devoted to, to helping helping those, those small and midsize shops grow and, and be sustainable and be smart about legal compliance, gene and be smart about the use of technology. Amy. And um, I’m grateful. I’m grateful to each of you to have you as esteemed contributors. Um, jean you, you, you joined the show boy second month, Your first time on the show was August 27th of 2010. We talked about keeping your board on board. So with my, my silly puns. I I started early, started early. I’m still trying keeping your board on board and out of trouble and And that was our 7th show and you’ve been on you’ve been a contributor since. Thank you jean.

[01:02:20.00] spk_6:
Thank you tony amazing! Um too afraid to

[01:02:21.19] spk_1:
be

[01:02:32.70] spk_6:
um that long and to be a part of it too, I really appreciate you giving me a voice to, to folks like us to to be able to share our perspectives with with your listeners and really just a wonderful service that you provide,

[01:03:29.30] spk_1:
I would say your expertise, I know you’re too modest to say that, but it’s your you’re sharing your expertise with listeners, so thank you and I’m happy to give you that that that platform of course, Amy Amy joined in uh 10th show. So that was July 13, 2012, 500 shows ago, that was in all social media show as a matter of fact, um Amy and jean were both on together and then there were a couple of other former contributors, Maria Semple and scott Legler. Amy joined us on the 100th show first as our social media contributor and then technology and social media contributor. Amy, you know, I I was trying to remember who introduced us. I I don’t I don’t remember but I’m forever grateful that uh that we got together and Grateful for your contributions, you know, the time you put into the show and the collaboration with within 10 as well around the conference each year,

[01:04:56.69] spk_4:
I’m so glad I started when I still lived in new york. So I have lots of memories of trying to get on the subway to get down to sand studio and go up to like tiny one person coffin elevator into its new york. So every train is always late and I’d be trying to text you, I’m coming and you were like, I’ll just keep randomly talking into this microphone and tell him he walks through the elevator. Um but I’ll tell you that I really appreciated you tony because I don’t know how much you remember this because we’ve had the opportunity to talk about lots of things over the year. But um When after I started on the show in 2012, on the 10th episode after that uh is when intense former executive director stepped down and I told you did, should I try to be the ceo should I apply? Because I’m hearing from some people when I’ve asked them that like I’m too young or I can’t do it, you know, I’m not qualified. And you were like, why wouldn’t you be the Ceo? And I was like, darn it. I’m gonna apply and here I am all these years later, still the Ceo. So thank you for believing in me.

[01:04:59.49] spk_3:
That’s a great story. I I really love that story, anne, thank you for sharing that because so many people really feel like, oh, I don’t know if I should apply for that. I don’t have enough experience and and we all should apply for everything all the time. I’m running for president of the United States.

[01:05:13.12] spk_4:
I qualified but

[01:05:18.19] spk_3:
hey, alright then we got thank you so much amy and

[01:05:21.52] spk_1:
thank you for being

[01:05:22.52] spk_3:
in our delightful dozen aimee and jean and so um we have another one and then another one. So the first of the other ones are Susan Chavez, tony Susan Chavez.

[01:06:30.78] spk_1:
Why she’s our excellent current social media manager for the show. She she promotes the show, she’s proactive about doing it. She has ideas. Uh the things that we can do. Uh she tracks analytics, we talk each month about numbers and what might be causing different trends or she’ll set my mind at ease and say, you know it’s a blip, don’t worry about it. Of course those are the downward trends. But then she’ll, you know, usually the upward trends is usually because she had a recommendation for something that we try and it brought a lot of attention, you know, on one of the platforms or to the to the site or to the show, that particular show or something. So yes, much gratitude to Susan Chavez. I, when I’m telling people that they’ll hear from her when they’re, when they’re getting their appearances coming up on the show. I say you’ll get an email from my excellent social manager. Susan Chavez always say excellent social manager. So she’s in Chavez

[01:06:32.34] spk_3:
Chavez

[01:06:32.90] spk_1:
gratitude to her.

[01:06:43.18] spk_3:
Okay, so we’ve got a carton of eggs, there’s 11 eggs, good eggs in the carton and we have one final good egg to put in our carton of the delightful dozen and the final person in our delightful dozen is none other than scott stein

[01:06:47.48] spk_5:
has

[01:06:48.02] spk_1:
To be, has to be yes, I had trouble finding that licensing agreement but uh Jean will be pleased to know that this is all this was all done by attorney was not a handshake deal. It was, it was August of 2013. I licensed your show.

[01:07:50.58] spk_5:
Yeah, I remember that it was from my old roommate joseph Becker who is an attorney and who connected us. So yeah, absolutely, but But first again, congratulations 600 episodes is just amazing and I should also add like as a professional musician, the nonprofit world is is also very near and dear to my heart because a lot of what we do involves foundations and you know, and and and the nonprofit world in the music world are very much intertwined. Um so this is just a wonderful resource and and I, I suspect too that some folks that I’ve worked with over the years, our our listeners as well and if they’re not they should be. So

[01:07:51.21] spk_1:
it’s got to get a lot of comments about non profit radio that it’s one of the things people say, you know they learn from it. It’s valuable but also entertaining,

[01:07:59.58] spk_5:
good

[01:08:00.09] spk_1:
and your music, your music brings us in every show and takes us out every show. So you’re a big part of what people like about non profit radio So thank you,

[01:08:08.75] spk_5:
thank you,

[01:08:15.77] spk_3:
Thank you. And that is our delightful dozen, 12. Fabulous people that Tony-Martignetti um acknowledged

[01:08:16.70] spk_1:
12. Yes, absolutely. And there are 12. Exemplary folks, delightful, delightful.

[01:08:23.13] spk_3:
However

[01:08:24.58] spk_1:
claire, I would like to make it a baker’s dozen,

[01:08:26.67] spk_3:
13

[01:08:27.44] spk_1:
Yes, I want to make you are extra donut, you’re the extra donut and our doesn’t

[01:08:33.75] spk_3:
crispy cream. I love the big box of Krispy Kreme, can I be the doughnut with like the white frosting and the multi colored sprinkles

[01:09:06.37] spk_1:
Absolutely. That’s you, that’s you Our 13th donut. Our 13th member of the delightful dozen. Um you know, talk about believing in, you know, you believed in me when I had this crazy idea that I wanted to start a podcast 12 years ago and you said you have no idea what you’re getting into, you have to keep it up, you have to have guests and and and you really, you know, you haven’t, you don’t have a background in it, but you know, you gave me the downsides and I said, I can do it and you believed you believed you talked me out of calling it tony tony-martignetti show.

[01:09:17.08] spk_3:
I said it had to have non profit in the title. You need a nonprofit in the title

[01:09:21.73] spk_1:
that was probably a good idea.

[01:09:23.59] spk_3:
And I talked you out of doing news because it wouldn’t be evergreen news.

[01:09:28.37] spk_1:
I talked you out of

[01:09:29.11] spk_3:
doing news and then

[01:09:30.92] spk_1:
After two weeks and

[01:09:58.57] spk_3:
then I said, you know how to do like a run down a show sheet, you had to book guests. I made you all these little cheat sheets and stuff and and helped you out at the very, you know, I’m so proud. I really am. I’m really proud to have been there from the beginning from that, that first conversation that we had at the steakhouse in cary north Carolina where I go, you’re gonna do a podcast like do you know how much work that is? Yeah, so that was way back in the day. So thank you, thank you for letting me be your baker’s dozen and the dozen donuts in the Krispy Kreme box, send us some free donuts Krispy Kreme,

[01:10:03.36] spk_1:
thank you. Thank you. Thank you.

[01:10:05.10] spk_3:
Thank you. Thank you. tony

[01:10:06.78] spk_1:
Non profit radio 12 years ago.

[01:10:41.06] spk_3:
It’s unbelievable. I’m so, so proud of you. I’m gonna cry. I’m really, really, really proud of you because people think they can do a podcast. They think it’s easy and it is not and it’s a lot of work and to do one every single week. That’s why I tell everybody that I’m like this guy does a podcast every single week. He books guests, they’re all good podcasts, They’re all high quality, you do all the, you know, you bring it all together. It’s very hard to produce something and host it and get it on the air and do all the social and the and the production and everything around it. So Three cheers to you. Tony-Martignetti maybe it’s a baker’s plus dozen of 14 and you’re in there as well.

[01:10:45.95] spk_1:
Well, I haven’t have an exemplary team helping, but thank you, thank

[01:10:50.88] spk_3:
you Claire, Thanks tony

[01:11:05.76] spk_1:
It’s time to wrap, wrap our our 600th show, the 12th jubilee of course we’ll be back next July for 650. So glad, thank you. Thank you jean, thank you amy, thank you scott. Thank you Claire Meyerhoff. We always called each other, I always call it, we’re just

[01:11:11.26] spk_3:
gonna go high tony-martignetti

[01:11:12.91] spk_4:
thank

[01:11:13.69] spk_1:
you thanks to

[01:11:14.21] spk_3:
everybody.

[01:11:24.86] spk_1:
Um and uh my, my gratitude to our listeners, you what you’re what makes the show worth doing, we do it for you.

[01:11:27.96] spk_4:
Thank you Tony,

[01:11:29.66] spk_3:
thank you so much tony you’re the best. Really

[01:11:36.06] spk_4:
tony just like I said earlier, you know that All these folks have 13,000 people have been listening for years because they want to keep learning. You are such a great example of someone who has never said, you already know everything and you are consistently open to learning and I appreciate that about you.

[01:11:52.96] spk_1:
Thanks

[01:12:30.95] spk_3:
and if I could say something about non profit people in general as I’ve been thinking, I’ve been listening to Gene and Amy all this time and scott. What he just said about the music world is that non profit people are really wonderful. We really volunteer our time like what we’re doing right now. We took this hour and a half out of our day to do this. Not that it’s you know, we love it, it’s great but nonprofit people are very good at sharing and actually really care about the nonprofit world and we do everything that everybody asks us if someone says, hey claire, can you write me a little article? Can you do this? Can Oh yeah sure. It’s like we all really help each other out a lot and just like peter said earlier, it’s it’s it’s really a wonderful community and I’m going to cry because I’m really proud to be part of the nonprofit world. I can’t imagine working in any other field.

[01:12:45.65] spk_1:
Beautiful thank you. Claire, thank

[01:12:47.70] spk_3:
you. tony

[01:13:30.25] spk_1:
next week. R 22 N. TC coverage picks back up with cyber security for the accidental techie. That’s a good one. They’re all good. You missed any part of this week’s show. I beseech you find it at tony-martignetti dot com. We’re sponsored by turn to communications pr and content for nonprofits. Your story is their mission turn hyphen two dot c o and by fourth dimension technologies I. T infra in a box, affordable tech solution for nonprofits tony-dot-M.A.-slash-Pursuant D Just like three D. But they go one dimension deeper.

[01:13:37.55] spk_0:
Our

[01:13:37.86] spk_1:
creative producer is claire Meyerhoff shows social media is by Susan

[01:13:43.28] spk_0:
Mark

[01:13:44.39] spk_1:
Silverman is our web guy

[01:13:46.20] spk_0:
and this music

[01:13:47.01] spk_1:
is by scott

[01:13:51.35] spk_0:
Stein. Thank

[01:13:51.62] spk_1:
you for that. Affirmation

[01:13:52.55] spk_0:
scotty, You’re

[01:13:54.31] spk_1:
with me next week for nonprofit

[01:13:55.66] spk_0:
radio Big

[01:13:56.90] spk_1:
non profit ideas for

[01:13:58.20] spk_0:
the other

[01:13:59.27] spk_2:
95

[01:14:03.45] spk_0:
percent. Claire

[01:14:06.43] spk_3:
tony Oh, I have a line,

[01:14:09.20] spk_2:
I have a line, it’s so

[01:14:20.45] spk_0:
important to go out and be great. Mhm. Mhm.

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