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Congrats to CASE District Faculty Stars and Stellar Speakers from the ALG Community

CASE recognized several ALG staff members, advisors, and associates as outstanding faculty and speakers at conferences in 2019 and 2020. Recognition is awarded to faculty who earn average combined scores of 4.5 and above on a 5-point scale on their evaluations for a conference session. We are in great company alongside dozens of our clients and partners - congrats to all!

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11 Steps to Prepare Yourself to Launch a New Job Search Right Now

The loss of revenue, the increase of unexpected expenses, and for some the decreased value of endowments due to coronavirus have left many nonprofits scrambling to make payroll. Unfortunately, the options to correct the financial challenges may include cutting salaries, furloughing staff, and laying off staff members. Aspen Leadership Group is one of the few search firms in the country offering free career counseling to nonprofit and advancement professionals and we offer 11 tips based on conversations and personal experience to help those affected prepare for their next job search.

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Don’t Unconsciously Overlook Women

The uncertainty of the Covid-19 pandemic has seemingly brought back an outdated pattern in fundraising that assumes or downplays what women can do, causing fundraisers to hesitate to intentionally engage women stakeholders. We’ve heard from women that they want to be heard, respected, asked for their opinion. When this occurs, they give in many ways.

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