by Denver Frederick | Sep 14, 2021 | Guest Interview
All over the world, girls are treated as second to boys. Far too often, girls are denied an education, told who and when to marry, and blocked from leadership positions. Educated and respected girls are the exception, not the norm.
That is why the organization my next guest helps lead puts girls first. She is Christen Brandt, co-founder and COO of She’s the First and co-author of Impact: A Step-by-Step Plan to Create the World You Want to Live In.
by Denver Frederick | Feb 5, 2021 | Guest Interview
Many listeners who have attended charity galas are familiar with the auction part of the evening as the organization raises additional revenue from those in attendance. But what happens when there are no in-person galas? No two tickets to a live sporting event? No meet-and-greets with a very special person? No travel to an exotic location? And what if that happens at a time when many nonprofits are struggling to meet increased demand for their services? Well, to find out, it’s a pleasure to have with us Ben Erwin, the president of the full-service charity auction site, Charitybuzz.
by Denver Frederick | Nov 19, 2020 | Guest Interview
Charity Navigator, the world’s largest evaluator of nonprofits has acquired ImpactMatters, a start-up that applies rigorous methodology to assess nonprofit impact. That announcement, issued on October 14, ushered in a new era for how donors will go about their giving. And here to discuss that with us is Michael Thatcher, the CEO of Charity Navigator, and Elijah Goldberg, the Co-Founder of ImpactMatters, and who is now serving as the Vice President of Impact Ratings for Charity Navigator.
by Denver Frederick | Feb 5, 2018 | Guest Interview
It has been reported that a new generation of donors is expected to inherit some $59 trillion by 2061, with nearly half of that amount targeted for charitable causes. So, it’s hard to overstate the importance of understanding the collective mindset of this emerging group of philanthropists. That is exactly what my next two guests have set out to do. They are Sharna Goldseker and Michael Moody, the co-authors of the new book entitled, Generation Impact: How Next Gen Donors Are Revolutionizing Giving.