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Announcing “Talent Matters Remix” Podcast Partnership with ProInspire

We've got a big announcement: This month, we're partnering with ProInspire to bring you the "Talent Matters Remix," a joint 3-part series of episodes on the Fund the People Podcast! Talent Matters Remix, which will be released throughout July, will revisit Talent Matters, a 2014 series of essays on the Stanford Social Innovation Review (SSIR) blog. [...]

By | July 8th, 2021|leadership, nonprofit workforce, philanthropy, racial equity|Comments Off on Announcing “Talent Matters Remix” Podcast Partnership with ProInspire

Funding Grantee Leadership & Equity: Caroline Altman Smith, The Kresge Foundation

In this week’s episode of Fund the People’s podcast, we talk with Caroline Altman Smith about funding professional development with a racial equity lens for grantees and other nonprofits. Caroline is an experienced foundation executive at The Kresge Foundation, where she focuses on equitable access to higher education. She led in the creation of Kresge’s [...]

By | June 24th, 2021|leadership, nonprofit workforce, philanthropy, podcast, racial equity|Comments Off on Funding Grantee Leadership & Equity: Caroline Altman Smith, The Kresge Foundation

Embracing Nonprofit Abundance with Nell Edgington

Now more than ever, society needs nonprofit leaders to break out of restrictions and claim our place in this world. We talk with consultant Nell Edgington about her new book, “Reinventing Social Change: Embrace Abundance to Create a Healthier and More Equitable World.”  Nell challenges us to embrace abundance and power as nonprofit leaders. We [...]

By | June 14th, 2021|careers, funders, leadership, nonprofit workforce, philanthropy, podcast|Comments Off on Embracing Nonprofit Abundance with Nell Edgington

The Wisdom of the Nonprofit Crowd – Heather Parish & Lisa May Simpson

Could it be that nonprofit leaders collectively have the knowledge and skills we need -- and we just need the platforms and opportunities to share what we know with each other? In Season 2 Episode 4, you’ll meet a funder whose unique talent-investments demonstrate the power of this idea. The Pierce Family Foundation invests in [...]

By | June 7th, 2021|funders, grants, nonprofit workforce, philanthropy, podcast, racial equity|Comments Off on The Wisdom of the Nonprofit Crowd – Heather Parish & Lisa May Simpson

Closing the Leadership Development Deficit – with Libbie Landles-Cobb, The Bridgespan Group

This episode features the work of Libbie Landles-Cobb, a Partner at The Bridgespan Group, self-proclaimed social sector “talent nerd,” and Fund the People Advisory Council member. Libbie’s research helps us to shift the narrative in the field from a “leadership deficit” to a “leadership-development deficit”. And the programs and consulting she offers provide funders and [...]

By | May 27th, 2021|careers, funders, generations, leadership, nonprofit workforce, philanthropy, podcast|Comments Off on Closing the Leadership Development Deficit – with Libbie Landles-Cobb, The Bridgespan Group

The Social Justice “Talent Boom” – with Deepak Bhargava and Gara LaMarche

New progressive social movements are driving a huge boom of new talent. But leadership development efforts don’t have the funding or scale to keep up. Our guests today are working to change that.  In episode 2 of our second season, we’re thrilled to talk with Deepak Bhargava and Gara LaMarche, who seek to build a [...]

By | May 18th, 2021|careers, equity, nonprofit workforce, philanthropy, podcast, racial equity|Comments Off on The Social Justice “Talent Boom” – with Deepak Bhargava and Gara LaMarche

A Proposal For Change: Talent-Investing – with Host Rusty Stahl

We’re thrilled to announce that our podcast is back with a brand-new sizzling spring season full of great guests and surprises! We continue to innovate, offering a unique conversation examining the intersection of philanthropy and the nonprofit workforce.  In the season’s premiere episode, Fund the People’s Rusty Stahl offers a quick synopsis of season one, [...]

By | May 18th, 2021|equity, leadership, nonprofit workforce, philanthropy, podcast, Talent Justice Initiative|Comments Off on A Proposal For Change: Talent-Investing – with Host Rusty Stahl

Inauguration Day bop Bonus Episode! With Special Guest Dan Cardinali, Independent Sector

Fund The People: A Podcast with Rusty Stahl is between seasons one and two. But as a bonus to our listeners, we’re excited to bring you our Inauguration Day Special Episode!  First, Rusty Stahl, President and CEO of Fund the People, and host of the podcast offers an urgent call and a vision for a [...]

By | January 20th, 2021|leadership, nonprofit workforce, philanthropy, podcast, racial equity, Talent Justice Initiative|Comments Off on Inauguration Day bop Bonus Episode! With Special Guest Dan Cardinali, Independent Sector

Activating leaders at all levels: An interview with ProInspire founder and CEO, Monisha Kapila

In this episode, we speak with Monisha Kapila, the founder and CEO of ProInspire. ProInspire helps individuals and organizations achieve their potential for social impact. Monisha brings 15 years of experience in the business and nonprofit sectors. Prior to launching ProInspire, she was a Senior Business Manager for Capital One Financial Corporation. Previously, she was [...]

By | November 20th, 2020|diversity, equity, nonprofit workforce, philanthropy, podcast, racial equity|Comments Off on Activating leaders at all levels: An interview with ProInspire founder and CEO, Monisha Kapila

Rusty’s Rants & Reflections: Philanthropy And The President

Fund the People, a Podcast with Rust Stahl presents Rusty's Rants & Reflections Today's episode: Philanthropy & The President Every American president and White House Administration has a relationship of some sort of relationship to philanthropy and the nonprofit sector. It may be policy-related, and it may be personal, and sometimes it’s both. It may [...]

By | October 30th, 2020|nonprofit workforce, philanthropy, podcast|Comments Off on Rusty’s Rants & Reflections: Philanthropy And The President