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Want to start an international nonprofit? Read this first!

Your course “The Management of International Nonprofit Organizations” is the first Baruch course focused specifically on the international dimensions of the nonprofit sector. What was the impetus behind this course and why is now the right time for it?

Access for All

In late 2008, Sachin co-founded Inclusive Planet (IP), an enterprise that creates innovative web and mobile based services designed for, and I emphasize the for, the differently-abled*. Never one to look at the small picture, Sachin dreams of IP becoming the definitive global online community and marketplace specifically designed for the differently-abled. His dreams stretch far beyond the boundaries of the Indian subcontinent, Sachin wants IP to be GLOBAL!

A Conversation with D-SIP Alumni

Editor’s Note: As many of our FLiP readers are aware, we continue to enjoy a relationship with the University of Michigan’s innovative Development Summer Internship Program (D-SIP).  To give you a real sense of the value of the program for its participants, we sat down with four alumni to learn about their experiences.  You’ll read […]

FLiP Meets: Joseph Donahoo,

Joseph Donahoo, Executive Director of External Affairs for UCLA’s Samueli School of Engineering and Applied Science Every once in a while, Future Leaders in Philanthropy “meets” (in this case, six-degrees-of-Kevin-Bacon style) more experienced professionals in the nonprofit sector who are willing to give us a peek into their day-to-day work. Our friends at University of […]

FLiP Meets: Bettina Seidman, founder of SEIDBET Associates, a career management consulting firm

At our FLiP events, we often meet young professionals who are interested in making a career change into the philanthropic sector or students looking to make their first step into a career involving social change. Among the most common questions asked is always, “How…?” Beyond our own experiences regarding “landing” in our current positions (because […]

Meets Leslie Lenkowsky

Leslie Lenkowsky Professor, Public Affairs and Philanthropic Studies Director of Graduate Programs for the Center on Philanthropy Over the past few months, I have been thrilled to have had the opportunity to talk with Professor Lenkowsky a number of times. FLiP asked Professor Lenkowsky to answer a few of our more burning questions about his […]

Welcome Washington Post readers!

FLiP is excited to be a source in yesterday’s Washington Post. Co-Editor Jessica Stannard-Friel spoke with Julia Feldmeier of the Post about what we’ve learned about young fundraisers and grantmakers since FLiP was founded. So, welcome to all Washington Post readers who came to check us out. Sign up for updates, check back with us […]

OnPhilanthropy interviews Peggy Conlon

A few months ago, FLiP posted an article about the Ad Council’s “Generous Nation” campaign. This week on onPhilanthropy.com Tom Watson interviews Peggy Conlon, the CEO of the Ad Council. The Generous Nation campaign is designed to increase awareness of philanthropy among Americans. What do you think: can advertising influence giving? Check out the interview […]