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Nonprofit Radio for April 19, 2019: Grit: Succeeding As A Woman In Tech & Great Ideas

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Marisa Lopez, Sara Chieco, Tami Lau & Aparna Kothary: Grit: Succeeding As A Woman In Tech
Our panel takes on the common challenges facing women in tech as they share their own stories and reveal lots of strategies for succeeding in this overwhelmingly male-dominated career. They’re Marisa Lopez, Sara Chieco, Tami Lau & Aparna Kothary. (Recorded at the 2019 Nonprofit Technology Conference.)





Graziella Jackson & Marcy Rye: Great Ideas
Also from 19NTC, we get methods for generating strong—even breakthrough—ideas, everyday, with help on how to choose and implement the best ones. Our panel is Graziella Jackson & Marcy Rye.





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Board relations. Fundraising. Volunteer management. Prospect research. Legal compliance. Accounting. Finance. Investments. Donor relations. Public relations. Marketing. Technology. Social media.

Every nonprofit struggles with these issues. Big nonprofits hire experts. The other 95% listen to Tony Martignetti Nonprofit Radio. Trusted experts and leading thinkers join me each week to tackle the tough issues. If you have big dreams but a small budget, you have a home at Tony Martignetti Nonprofit Radio.

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Nonprofit Radio, February 15, 2013: Some Raise Money While Some Raise Hell & Pinterest and SlideShare

Big Nonprofit Ideas for the Other 95%

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Tony’s Guests:

Marcia
Marcia Stepanek
Marcia Stepanek: Some Raise Money While Some Raise Hell

I’m talking about women in philanthropy with Marcia Stepanek. She was founding editor-in-chief of “Contribute Magazine” and is the new media advisor to the New York University Heyman Center for Philanthropy. We’ll talk about Limbaugh and Komen; leadership roles; traditional giving; and how women organize themselves.

 

Amy Sample Ward
Amy Sample Ward: Pinterest and SlideShare

Amy Sample Ward returns. She’s our social media contributor and membership director of Nonprofit Technology Network (NTEN). She shares how small- and mid-size nonprofits can reap definite value from these lesser-known social sites.

 
 


Top Trends. Sound Advice. Lively Conversation.

You’re on the air and on target as I delve into the big issues facing your nonprofit—and your career.

If you have big dreams but an average budget, tune in to Tony Martignetti Nonprofit Radio.

I interview the best in the business on every topic from board relations, fundraising, social media and compliance, to technology, accounting, volunteer management, finance, marketing and beyond. Always with you in mind.

When and where: Talking Alternative Radio, Fridays, 1-2PM Eastern

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Here is the link to the audio: 129: Some Raise Money While Some Raise Hell & Pinterest and SlideShare. You can also subscribe on iTunes to get the podcast automatically.

Nonprofit Radio for June 8, 2012: Got Women Donors? and Lovin’ LinkedIn for Prospect Research

Big Nonprofit Ideas for the Other 95%

This is a rebroadcast of Nonprofit Radio from August 12, 2011.

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Tony’s Guests:

Travis Fraser
Michele Walsh & Travis Fraser: Got Women Donors?

From the Fund Raising Day conference in NYC in June, we talk about successful initiatives to expand your female donor base through targeted and appropriate cultivation, solicitation and stewardship.

My guests are Michele Walsh from the U.S. Fund for UNICEF and Travis Fraser from United Way of New York City.

 

Maria Semple
Maria Semple: Lovin’ LinkedIn For Prospect Research

Our regular contributor, Maria Semple, The Prospect Finder, is with me to share strategies for using LinkedIn to find people and organizations who can be your next employee, board member, donor or sponsor.
 

 

Here is the link to the podcast: 096: Got Women Donors? & Lovin’ LinkedIn for Prospect Research.


Top Trends. Sound Advice. Lively Conversation.

You’re on the air and on target as I delve into the big issues facing your nonprofit—and your career.

If you have big dreams but an average budget, tune in to Tony Martignetti Nonprofit Radio.

I interview the best in the business on every topic from board relations, fundraising, social media and compliance, to technology, accounting, volunteer management, finance, marketing and beyond. Always with you in mind.

When and where: Talking Alternative Radio, Fridays, 1-2PM Eastern

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Nonprofit Radio for August 12, 2011: Got Women Donors? and Lovin’ LinkedIn for Prospect Research

Big Nonprofit Ideas for the Other 95%

You can subscribe on iTunes and listen anytime, anyplace on the device of your choice.

Tony’s Guests:

Travis Fraser
Michele Walsh & Travis Fraser: Got Women Donors?

From the Fund Raising Day conference in NYC in June, we talk about successful initiatives to expand your female donor base through targeted and appropriate cultivation, solicitation and stewardship.

My guests are Michele Walsh from the U.S. Fund for UNICEF and Travis Fraser from United Way of New York City.

 

Maria Semple
Maria Semple: Lovin’ LinkedIn For Prospect Research

Our new regular contributor, Maria Semple, The Prospect Finder, is with me to share strategies for using LinkedIn to find people and organizations who can be your next employee, board member, donor or sponsor.
 

 

Here is the link to the podcast: 054: Got Women Donors? & Lovin’ LinkedIn for Prospect Research.


Top Trends. Sound Advice. Lively Conversation.

You’re on the air and on target as I delve into the big issues facing your nonprofit—and your career.

If you have big dreams but an average budget, tune in to Tony Martignetti Nonprofit Radio.

I interview the best in the business on every topic from board relations, fundraising, social media and compliance, to technology, accounting, volunteer management, finance, marketing and beyond. Always with you in mind.

When and where: Talking Alternative Radio, Fridays, 1-2PM Eastern

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Work-At-Home Moms Rock

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During Women’s History Month, I want to salute and commend a group of women who have helped me considerably: work-at-home moms.

WAHMs are energetic, motivated, serious and fun to work with. It’s been my pleasure to work with Cary, Tracey and Kristine. They help me build my Charity Registration practice, pitch me and promote me.

Cary has a seventeen-month-old and was worried about her son crying or fussing in the background while she’s on phone calls, which is often. Maybe having to excuse herself. I told her my company isn’t merely friendly to families, we embrace families. That if anyone ever hints (because they probably wouldn’t say) that she or the company is in some way unprofessional because there’s a child crying in the background, I want to know about it and I’ll speak to the person. It’s never happened, and she’s been back with me since her son was 3 months. We also worked together before and during her pregnancy.

Tracey and Kristine have older children. That means different but no less significant issues. Nothing insurmountable. I just have to be flexible. In exchange I get committed, exemplary workers.

My suspicion is that if someone in an office hears a child in the background of a phone call, they’d be envious; wishing they could be home with their kids. If it’s someone who doesn’t have kids, they’d be hopeful that if they do, they can work at home. Really, though, it doesn’t matter to me what someone might think. I know how good we are.

Maybe I’m more tolerant because I don’t have children. Whatever my initial motivation was, it’s now clear that work-at-home moms are good for my business. I want to make it as easy as I can for work-at-home moms to work for me.

They’re rock solid, and they rock.