Podcast Guests Among Charlotte Business Journal's Power 100September 2023
The Charlotte Business Journal is back with its Power 100 program, this year with a focus on Diversity, Equity, and Inclusion (DEI). After months of research, the list features leaders in our region driving change and setting the DEI agenda. Among those recognized, we are thrilled to spotlight three guests who have previously shared their insights on our "Your Path to Nonprofit Leadership" podcast:
Dr. Monique Perry-Graves, Episode #187 - Teach For America North Carolina
Dr. Perry-Graves was recognized for her expansive role as Teach For America's first statewide Executive Director for North Carolina regions. In episode #187, she shares her invaluable expertise on navigating nonprofit mergers. She offers a deep dive into her 70/20/10 concept for individual learning, development, and leadership. Her insights provide essential wisdom for anyone considering organizational restructuring, making her a deserved member of the Power 100 list.
Chris Jackson, Episode #111 - Goodwill Industries of the Southern Piedmont
As President and CEO of Goodwill Industries of the Southern Piedmont, Chris Jackson demonstrates what it takes to conceive and implement a strategic vision. His episode, #111, delves into staff and board development, organizational culture, and the agility needed to manage a large operation. Leaders at all stages, especially those mid-career, will find his insights invaluable.
Brian Collier, Episode #213 - The Gambrell Foundation
Brian Collier, President of The Gambrell Foundation, features in episode #213 of our podcast. He talks about successful grant applications, community collaboration, and fostering proficient relationships with board members. His comprehensive toolkit is beneficial for emerging, mid-career, and senior leaders looking to refine their skills and ascend the leadership ladder.
To hear more from these and other influential leaders, tune in to our podcast, Your Path to Nonprofit Leadership.