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Jun 27th

Rockdale Nonprofit Resource Summit May 16

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ROCKDALE COUNTY, GA  – Nonprofit leaders in Rockdale County gained valuable capacity-building knowlege by participating in a half-day summit in May that focused on board development. Specifically, the summit presenter covered nine important steps in finding, recruiting, and engaging nonprofit board members to increase board effectiveness in achieving an agency’s goals. The event was held […]

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Nov 18th

Certificate in Nonprofit Board Governance First Class Completes Training Series

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MARIETTA, GA –The first class to complete the new Certificate in Nonprofit Board Governance training series received their certificates from BoardSource Certified Governance Trainer Glenda Y. Hicks, CPA.  “The purpose of the eight-hour program; which is a collaborative commitment of the Cobb Community Collaborative, the Cobb Chamber of Commerce, the Cobb Community Foundation and my […]

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Oct 25th

Glenda Hicks Partners with The Joseph’s Network

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  Glenda Hicks accepted an invitation to partner with The Joseph’s Network to offer training in the area of best practices in nonprofit financial management and leadership for disaster preparedness. The Joseph’s Network is a nonprofit organization comprised of churches, community, and business organizations working together in a time of disaster.   The Four Pillars […]

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Jun 9th

Accountability–Who’s on Your Bus?

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Jun 9, 2011  The three buzz words for nonprofit organizations these days are accountability, transparency, and compliance. Everyone wants to know how a nonprofit is exercising stewardship and managing its funds. Dr. Eugene R. Tempel, former Executive Director of the Indiana University Center on Philanthropy said it best in an article in IDA Member News […]

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Jun 2nd

Taking Responsibility for Your (Grant) Money

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Jun 2, 2011  Oh, the responsibility! Yes, there is a lot of responsibility when you start a business. Most people understand this when they open a for-profit business. But somehow, this concept gets lost to some degree when a person starts a nonprofit. Perhaps it is because the motivation for a nonprofit is to serve […]

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