Will Your Nonprofit Sustain Excellence for the Next Generation? (Regina Moody)

July 2022

How prepared is your organization as the philanthropic sector experiences post-pandemic changes? With increased competition for funding, are you communicating your mission and values effectively and managing your digital technology? In episode #168 of Your Path to Nonprofit Leadership, Regina Moody, who has had a remarkable 40-year career at a single organization, shares lessons she's learned on her journey and what she sees for the future of the sector. Regina discusses the increasing reliance on technology and experiences she's had with such things as policy changes, fundraising, and accreditation processes and compliance. You'll hear vital advice on managing transitions at many levels, recruiting and retaining talented staff, and engaging with your board of directors. Learn what it takes to be an effective, impactful and intentional leader for the ages.

"It's vital to collaborate with your board to develop a strong succession plan and then put that plan in motion."



Regina Moody has served as a visionary force, guiding Holy Angels through significant growth and development during her 40-year tenure. Her professional career has been to create a place of "loving, living and learning for the differently able". Regina has led Holy Angels through National Accreditation (CARF-Commission on Accreditation of Rehabilitation Facilities) and expansion of programs and services to provide additional opportunities to improve the overall quality of life for the residents. During Regina's tenure, she took Holy Angels from a single building to a nonprofit that encompasses 17 buildings, including four business enterprises. Regina helped to start Cherubs Café, allowing some residents the opportunity to have meaningful employment. Because of Regina, Holy Angels is internationally recognized for some of its innovative programming and services specializing in comprehensive medical and developmental programs. The list of awards and accomplishments for Regina is long. In 2020, she was awarded the North Carolina Order of the Long Leaf Pine award, the highest honor given by the governor to those who have made significant contributions to the state. 




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