Amid the current atmosphere of uncertainty and polarization, people seem more apt to use social media as an outlet for expressing their concerns. For me, this has led to several recent conversations about board members sharing their personal political views on their social media pages and the problems that arise when those board members are clearly linked back to the organizations on whose boards they sit.
While you should already have a social media policy for staff and regular volunteers, you may not have realized the Read more
A recent conversation had me struggling with a question: why do we in the nonprofit sector always wait until we are caught with our pants down to figure out what to do about what is often a predictable circumstance? Why don’t we plan for the crises that we know there is a good probability we will face? Did everyone run out after Superstorm Sandy (or the preceding hurricanes) and create disaster plans and/or data protection plans?
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After Reel Grrls and Hispanics United of Buffalo Read more