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Joan Garry

Joan Garry: Nonprofit Leader and former Executive Director of GLAAD helps fellow CEOs, Boards and Board Chairs, Fundraisers, and Nonprofit Marketers


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  • Every Nonprofit Leader Should Subscribe!

    I started listening to Joan when I was a Director of Development. When the pandemic started my life turned upside down and I found myself caring full-time for my two special needs kids at home and I could not longer keep a full-time job. After listening to more episodes and soul searching I realized I could follow Joan’s advice and start my own foundation. It is messy! But it is also beautiful. If you are in the nonprofit world, this podcast is a must listen!

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    United States7 months ago
  • Loving episode #135 children’s theatre introspective!

    I loved hearing about how the pandemic affected nonprofit children’s theater and how it has potentially provided a positive change that can be taken into the future. Great questions and equally thoughtful answers. Looking forward to hearing more from this guest host!

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    United Statesa year ago
  • Drive time training sessions

    I listen to Non Profits are Messy as I drive. It’s an efficient way to boost my training as an executive director of a small nonprofit and it fits my budget perfectly! I’ve learned so much about how to work effectively with my board chair, assess our impact and improve our 990. Thanks Joan! more

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    United Statesa year ago
  • Solid advice - very much uplifts NPIC

    I listen because there’s a lot of good advice on here. It’s very white and very clearly part of the non profit industrial complex. But if you can “chew up the meat and spit out the bones”, it’s a helpful show.

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    United Statesa year ago
  • Very useful advice from experts in the field

    I have found so many of these episodes useful to me as a director of a small NGO. I have shared them with senior management and the board as they have often reflected issues we are grappling and provided great advice.

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    Belgiuma year ago

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