www.NANOE.org – On July 7, 2017 (amid controversy fueled by the online magazine Nonprofit Quarterly [NPQ]) the newly formed, Washington, D.C. based, National Association of Nonprofit Organizations & Executives (NANOE) successfully launched a nationwide campaign to build its 2017 Board of Governors.
Nominations were overseen by Philanthropist Charlotte Lunsford Berry and Professor Kathleen Wilson Robinson. To-date over 700 leaders accepted the charge to establish, organize and confirm a new set of governing guidelines that supercharge nonprofit capacity-building.
Governors will review, expand and/or redact 60 new key practices revealed in NANOE’s New Guidelines for Tomorrow’s Nonprofit ensuring a new set of competencies emerge that increase charitable impact. NANOE intends to convene 1,000 Governors in Columbia, SC on March 7-8, 2017 for their Board of Governors Capacity Building Convention & Expo. Jimmy LaRose, Dan Pallotta, Honnie Korngold and Kathleen Robinson will be the featured guest speakers.
NANOE was conceived in 2011, when a national group of researchers and practitioners began the arduous task of producing a new set of core competencies that would super-charge nonprofit capacity-building. They agreed that a Board of Governors comprised of a vast array of donors, practitioners, consultants, vendors, nonprofit staff and administrators would be established via a 501(c)3 membership organization to organize and confirm a first working draft of these new key practices.
NANOE’s working group spent a full year compiling a list of prospective Governors. Nominations were suggested by members of AFP, CFRE, AHP, ASAE, CASE, United Way, National Development Institute, Nonprofit Associations, Industry Associations, and other community leaders. Though most nominations were submitted by individuals many were submitted to the Nominations Committee by the working group who had identified nonprofit leaders via online research.
(to learn more about NANOE’s working group please read page 12. of NANOE’s New Guidelines for Tomorrow’s Nonprofit.)
To learn more about NANOE and their 2017 Board of Governors visit www.NANOE.org to download Nominees’ Program Guides.