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Women Empowering Nonprofits 

March 31, 2019

By: Linda Lombardi

Throughout March, Network for Good has been celebrating Women’s History Month with profiles and Q&As of female leaders in the nonprofit sector. From food banks to crisis centers to youth empowerment and rebuilding communities, the leaders of these nonprofits are actively advancing their mission every day; just li… Read More

Women in Philanthropy Profile: Martha Allen 

March 30, 2019

By: Linda Lombardi

Last March, Martha Allen became the new executive director of Extra Table, and in Martha’s own words, “time flies when you’re having fun.” Launched in 2009 by well-known Hattiesburg restaurateur Robert St. John, Extra Table makes a difference in the lives of Mississippians by fundraising to stock food pantries … Read More

Women in Philanthropy Profile: Latoya Lewis 

March 29, 2019

By: Linda Lombardi

Latoya Lewis is Founder and Executive Director of EnventU, a one-of-a-kind workforce development initiative designed to create a pipeline to professions in the event industry for youth. The initiative has served more than 100 students in Washington, DC public high schools since its 2015 founding. Prior to founding Env… Read More

Women in Philanthropy Profile: Emily Roisman 

March 28, 2019

By: Linda Lombardi

Emily Roisman, Chief Legal Officer and Board Chair for PRoTECHOS, a Puerto Rico-based nonprofit established in 2017 after Hurricane Maria devastated the island, is dedicated to providing roof reconstruction and related vocational training to residents of underserved communities throughout Puerto Rico. Community Buildin… Read More

Women in Philanthropy Profile: Robin Cabral 

March 27, 2019

By: Linda Lombardi

A Certified Fund Raising Executive (CFRE) since 2008, Robin Cabral is an active member of the Association of Fundraising Professionals (AFP), adhering to the AFP Code of Ethical Principles and Standards of Professional Practice. With AFP, Cabral is a current Master Faculty Trainer, serves on the Research Council’… Read More

Women in Philanthropy Profile: LaVondra Dobbs 

March 26, 2019

By: Linda Lombardi

Based in New Orleans, Via Link provides information, referrals, training, and crisis intervention to individuals, organizations, and communities so they can help themselves and others. LaVondra Dobbs, joined the organization five years ago as Programs and Services Director, and within a year, was offered the CEO positi… Read More

Women in Philanthropy Profile: Lois Bennett 

March 22, 2019

By: Linda Lombardi

Our Women in Philanthropy series continues with a Q&A with Founder and Executive Director, Lois Bennett, from Network for Good customer, Feeding Hands. Located in Somerville, New Jersey, Feeding Hands engages individuals, businesses, and churches in addressing the issue of poverty. With a staff of just one other pa… Read More

Women in Philanthropy Profile: Abigail Erickson-Torres 

March 21, 2019

By: Linda Lombardi

We continue our ongoing Women’s History Month series celebrating the women working in nonprofits with a profile on Abigail Erickson-Torres, CEO at Bryan’s House, a Network for Good customer in Dallas, Texas. An Evolving Nonprofit For 30 years, Bryan’s House has served children with medical or developmental needs … Read More

Women in Philanthropy Profile: Janet Cobb 

March 20, 2019

By: Linda Lombardi

A native of California, Janet Cobb currently serves as one of Network for Good’s Personal Fundraising Coaches. She has lived and worked in Oregon, Taiwan, and Hong Kong, before finally calling Chicago home. Cobb has thoroughly enjoyed her professional experiences in the culinary arts, in the high school classr… Read More

Women in Philanthropy Profile: Amy Navejas 

March 18, 2019

By: Linda Lombardi

For 61 years, Better Health (a Network for Good customer since 2017) has addressed the unmet healthcare needs of Cumberland County’s low-income residents through education, referral, and assistance. Since 2015, Executive Director and CEO Amy Navejas has managed a small team of ten staff. Though they are small, they … Read More

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