Latest Guest Interview:
A case could be made that the most important and most influential nonprofit organization in the world today is United Way Worldwide. And although it’s a global organization, its power and its impact come from understanding and serving local communities. And here to tell us what’s been happening at the United Way, as well as where it’s headed, is Angela Williams, the president and CEO of United Way Worldwide.
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Humanity United is dedicated to cultivating the conditions for enduring peace and freedom. They support and work alongside partners who are working to advance human dignity and change the systems that enable violent conflict and human exploitation to occur around the world.
Many feminist movements have achieved their successes with only minimal philanthropic support. In fact, as of 2018, only about 1% of gender-focused international aid was directed to women’s rights organizations. Lighting the way is a report for philanthropy on the power and promise of feminist movements. And here to discuss its findings are its two lead authors, Pamela Shifman of Shake the Table and Nidhi Sahni of Bridgespan.
More than 20 million children in the United States do not have the clothing and basic essentials they need for healthy childhood development. Families are struggling more than ever to pay for rent and groceries and often can’t afford the basic items for their children– properly-fitting outfits for school, diapers, a backpack, shoes, pajamas, a coat for the cold weather.
Latest The Paths Forward Segments
In this edition of The Paths Forward we’ll speak with team members at The Trevor Project, the world’s largest suicide prevention and crisis intervention organization for LGBTQ young people.
We’ll start with their CEO, Amit Paley, who will share his thoughts abouttheir corporate culture.
In this edition of The Paths Forward we’ll speak with team members at Comic Relief USA, a nonprofit organization that uses the power of entertainment to drive positive change towards their vision of a just world, free from poverty. We’ll start with their CEO, Alison Moore, who will explain how Comic Relief USA goes about its work.
In this edition of The Paths Forward we’ll speak with team members at Food Forward.. an organization that fights hunger and prevents food waste by rescuing fresh surplus produce.
SPEAKING, MODERATING & COACHING
A key differentiator of the highest performing nonprofits is their belief in Executive Coaching…and not just for the senior staff but for people throughout the organization. Not only is it transformative for the individual but for the whole organization. A “coaching culture” is becoming synonymous with places people thrive and want to stay.
2018 Harvard Social Enterprise Conference
Latest “Take 5” Lightning Rounds
Denver: We're going to play Take Five with Jim Firman, the President and CEO of NCOA. Are you ready to go, Jim? Jim: I’m ready to go. Denver: What is one of your favorite documentaries or movies? Jim: King of Hearts. Denver: What should we as a society be...
“Take Five” with Dr. Neal Barnard, Author of Your Body in Health and Founder of Physicians Committee for Responsible Medicine
So we’re going to play Take Five with Dr. Neal Barnard, author of Your Body In Balance. Are you ready, Neal?
Denver: We're going to play Take Five with Lindsay Firestone Gruber, the CEO of the Taproot Foundation. Are you ready, Lindsay? Lindsay: I am ready! Denver: What should we as a society be worried about? Lindsay: We should be worried about the fact that we are...
Radio Show Host, Speaker, Moderator & Executive Coach
Denver Frederick is the Host of The Business of Giving.
Each week he interviews nonprofit CEOs, corporate leaders, philanthropists and social entrepreneurs on the solutions that they are working on and investing in to make this a better world.
Denver is a Certified Professional Coach for leaders in the social sector. He is also a sought-after speaker on how to create healthy and robust corporate cultures in nonprofit organizations.