What we’re thinking and learning about right now, news that matters to nonprofits, and events and happenings in and around TSNE MissionWorks and the NonProfit Center.

Feb 01 2009 | By Tyra Sidberry, Diversity & Inclusion Initiative Director, TSNE MissionWorks. Denise Moorehead contributed to this article.
With the global economic crisis, wars in Iraq and Afghanistan, and tense relations between and among countries from Europe to Asia to the Middle East, Barack Obama – the United States’ first African-American president – is front and center on the world stage... → More
Jul 01 2008 | By TSNE MissionWorks
Rebranding Can Help Your Nonprofit Stand Out from the Crowd → More
Nov 17 2007 | By TSNE
Patricia Brandes, senior advisor at the Barr Foundation, spoke at our 11th Nonprofit Workout Luncheon Plenary (November 17, 2007) about the role of foundations in building a network of nonprofit leaders that goes beyond organizational boarders – linking... → More
Categories: Leadership
Nov 17 2007 | By TSNE MissionWorks
Chrystal Kornegay, deputy director of Urban Edge, speaks about developing leadership within nonprofit organizations – supporting emerging leaders to support the development of leadership skills at all levels within organizations. → More
Categories: Leadership
Nov 17 2007 | By TSNE
Elena Letona, former executive director of Centro Presente, Inc., spoke at our 11th Nonprofit Workout Luncheon Plenary (November 17, 2007) about nonprofit organizational leaders’ need to derive their “power” from constituent leadership. → More
Categories: Leadership
Jul 13 2007 | By TSNE
Progressive change can only happen through a concerted, sustained commitment. Everyday community-based and other nonprofit organizations work to improve citizens’ lives, and our work is critical to the health of the communities we serve – whether at the local... → More
Categories: Leadership
Jul 01 2006 | By Virginia Vaughan, TSNE MissionWorks
Like many Americans seeing Hurricanes Katrina and Rita pummel the Gulf Coast last fall, I wanted to do more than just watch the news and say “That’s really awful.” The initial human impulse is to want to help, preferably as directly and immediately as... → More
Categories: Social Justice