November 27, 2020
May 21, 2018
Kathleen Robinson NANOE Convention Expo

The Most Important Charitable Event in a Generation – Kathleen Robinson

NANOE Board of Governors 2019 Convention & Expo whose theme “PUTTING MONEY FIRST” will be the the most important charitable event in a generation says Dr. Kathleen Robinson. Robinson will oversee this historic capacity-building conference and is the author of NANOE’s New Guidelines for Tomorrow’s Nonprofit. When asked about Kathleen Robinson, NANOE Board Chair, Bishop Redfern II shared, “Kathleen is the heart & soul of this event! She’ll challenge everything you believe about money and inspire you and your nonprofit to achieve significant impact. Attendees will […]
January 12, 2019
Is NANOE Legitimate - Bishop Redfern II

Is NANOE Legitimate? Nonprofits Have Answered

Is NANOE Legitimate? Despite universal praise from donors, foundations, executives, volunteers and board members celebrating NANOE’s alternative to nonprofit dysfunction, the question – Is NANOE Legitimate – continues to be raised by National Networks, State Associations, For-Profit Consultancies and Industry Media Outlets. Why? The answer is simple – NANOE’s founders are messing with everybody’s money.
April 2, 2019
Tracy Ebarb NANOE

Tracy Ebarb Receives NANOE’s Lifetime Achievement Award

Tracy Ebarb is this year’s recipient of NANOE’s 2019 Kathleen Robinson Lifetime Achievement Award.  Tracy is the International Director of the National Association of Nonprofit Organizations & Executives (NANOE) headquartered in Washington, D.C. and has spent his entire career working to improve charitable capacity-building and the changing philanthropic landscape. The Kathleen Robinson Life Achievement Award is issued to a NANOE member who has met two important criteria. First, the recipient has demonstrated a life-time commitment to building […]
April 6, 2019
New Guidelines for Nonprofits Kathleen Robinson

New Guidelines for Nonprofits by Kathleen Robinson & Jimmy LaRose

New Guidelines for Nonprofits reminds me of my youth. My name is Jack Horak and when I was growing up in the 1960s, it was common for parents of school age children to buy an encyclopedia for use in the home. In fact, there were door to door salesmen who sold their encyclopedia’s to families as a compendium of world knowledge that their school aged children should have at home, arranged alphabetically over several volumes, […]