After the release of its initial report, Opportunity in Change: Preparing Boston for Leader Transitions and New Models of Nonprofit Leadership which was co-authored with TSNE MissionWorks, the Boston Foundation's Nonprofit Effectiveness program hosted a forum with the Building Movement Project and a panel of local community leaders outlining the findings published in their new report Race to Lead.
weekly from January 18 to February 22 TSNE MissionWorks is happy to be accepting applications for the 2018 winter cohort of our Emerging Consultants Training (ECT) program. This program will engage a diverse group of social change leaders who are interested in increasing their understanding of organizational development consulting. We are seeking applicants that have experience with and identify as part of communities of color.
Boston, Mass. July 21, 2017 — TSNE MissionWorks today released data from its 2017 Valuing Our Nonprofit Workforce: Compensation and Benefits Survey of Nonprofits in Southern New England and Westchester County, NY. The survey is a multi-state survey based on data reported by a range of nonprofits, and with job descriptions specific to the region’s nonprofit sector.
Third Sector New England Gains a New Name, New Board Members, and New Plans for the Future after 60 Years of Supporting Nonprofits across the Country
Third Sector New England (www.tsne.org), the 60 year-old, nonprofit management support and capacity building organization, announced that it is changing its name to TSNE MissionWorks. The new moniker is the product of a rebranding effort, launched to bring the organization’s visual and verbal brand in line with its current operations, including an upcoming program expansion and a national search for new executive leadership.
TSNE today announces grant initiatives aimed at supporting the efforts of grassroots, community groups in the region to organize and collaborate around issues impacting communities of color and emerging threats to the civil liberties of immigrants and other vulnerable populations.
TSNE MissionWorks is pleased to announce that Lee Swislow has been named as interim chief executive officer. She is replacing Jonathan Spack, the long-time CEO of TSNE MissionWorks, who retired in December 2016 after 34 years of service to the organization. You can read Jonathan Spack's retirement announcement on our website.
P. Stewart Lanier Is Selected as a Recipient of the 2016 Drylongso Award from Community Change, Inc.
TSNE MissionWorks is pleased to announce that our senior consultant, P. Stewart Lanier, has been selected as a recipient of the 2016 Drylongso Racial Justice Leadership Award from Community Change, Inc. Stewart will receive this award, along with other recipients, at the 2016 Community Change Antiracism Leadership Awards on Friday, November 18 in Roxbury, Mass.
Two seasoned Boston-area nonprofit leaders, Sylvia Saavedra-Keber and Elaine Ng, join the staff of TSNE MissionWorks this month. Our programs continue to expand regionally and across the country, the experience that Sylvia and Elaine bring to TSNE will enhance our capacity to serve our constituents.
TSNE MissionWorks (TSNE) today announced that the nonprofit organization’s long-time Chief Executive Officer, Jonathan Spack, is retiring at the end of 2016, starting a leadership transition process over the next six months. Jonathan’s decision to retire will bring to a close a remarkable career of 34 years of service to TSNE MissionWorks.
One of the great voices in nonprofit advocacy and philanthropy, Rick Cohen, has died after collapsing suddenly this week. Cohen was a national correspondent for Nonprofit Quarterly and a widely admired advocate for low-income communities and philanthropic accountability.