In the final episode of the first season of 4sight, Matt and Steven speak with Dave Bell, the Senior Director of Fund Development and Community Impact for Volunteers of America Mid-States. Dave and his team operate over 40 programs across the region serving individuals facing substance use disorder, families overcoming homelessness and, veterans in need of housing.
In this week's episode, Matt and Steven speak with expert recruiters Michael Duke of the NewSchool Group and Rich Shanks II from Crossroads Missions. Michael and Rich have decades of experience connecting organizations with outstanding team members. Tune in and learn how to build and retain a great team!
Join us this week as we talk with Bryan Warren, Executive Director of Educational Justice. For 26 years, Bryan has worked in the arts, education, and government sectors focusing on development and empowerment. Tune in and learn how Bryan and his team are fighting to end educational inequality!
Join us this week as we talk with Darryll Davis and Selena Coomer of The Prisoner's Hope. Both tell fascinating life stories of hitting rock bottom, rising up from the ashes, and why they feel called to help individuals and families affected by the prison system. Stick around long enough and you might even learn what the word "recidivism" means!
In this episode, Matt & Steven talk with Austin Lopesilvero, Founder of Aspen Studios. With a background in marketing and a passion for community development, Austin started Aspen Studios to help organizations craft compelling stories that resonate with their audience and call them to action.
In this episode, Matt & Steven chat with Josh Suiter of the St. Matthews Chamber of Commerce, one of the largest Chambers in the state of Kentucky. We will talk with him about his journey to CEO and what a chamber offers a nonprofit organization in terms of exposure, knowledge, and connection.
In this episode, Matt & Steven welcome Matt's long-time friend, Stephanie Dillon to the studio. Stephanie is an Army veteran who found her way into the non-profit world at Awake Ministries. Join us as we learn about the flourishing non-profit community in Shelbyville, KY, Addiction Recovery, and the importance of food security.
In this episode, Matt & Steven talk with Christina Miller about the Community Foundation of Louisville, as well as Give for Good Louisville, THE MOTHER OF ALL GIVING DAYS in our region.
In this week's episode, Matt and Steven speak with Ashley Murray, Development Director for Community Coordinated Child Care, Inc. (4-C) and President of the Fund Raising Executives of Metro Louisville (FREML).
This week we talk with Ali Gautier, Public Relations and Event Coordinator for Change Today, Change Tomorrow about growing up in Danville, the importance of access to healthy food, and the power of volunteers.
Micah Jorrisch is the Vice President of External Relations for Maryhurst. He has a wealth of experience in non-profit fundraising and a few interesting ideas about how fundraising must evolve. We will dive into the brain of Micah, with no lifejacket!
This week we hear from Melissa Raley, the Director of Development for the Coalition for the Homeless in Louisville, KY. Melissa is a committed social justice and philanthropy professional with over 12 years of experience in fundraising and five years in her current position.
This week we hear from Eddie Bobbitt who teaches graduate-level fundraising to aspiring nonprofit professionals at the University of Louisville. He also leads his own nonprofit that caters to kids with cancer in Kentuckiana.
This week we will hear the story of Veteran's Club founder, Jeremy Harrell. How did he take his passion for helping Veterans and leverage it into a growing nonprofit?
This week we learn the personal and professional story of Karyn Hascal, who is the Executive Director of The Healing Place Louisville KY's largest and most successful recovery program. What motivates her personally and professionally? Why does she work in the nonprofit space and what can we learn from her story?
This week we learn the personal and professional story of Jay Schroeder, who is the interim Director of Hope Collaborative and works with Southeast Christian Church Missions. What motivates him personally and professionally? Why does he work in the nonprofit space and what can we learn from his story?