Market-Based Solutions to Global Poverty

Market-Based Solutions to Global Poverty

Join us Monday, April 28th at 12pm for the Spring Global Civil Society Lecture from Randall Kempner, Executive Director of the Aspen Network of Development Entrepreneurs (ANDE), a global network of organizations that propel entrepreneurship in emerging markets.

Nonprofit Portfolio Alumni Profile

Nonprofit Portfolio Alumni Profile

Erica Villarreal Ekwurzel, a 2007 LBJ graduate and Nonprofit Portfolio Program alum, established Advocacy in Motion (AIM) in 2012 to help civically minded organizations build capacity in executing their social change missions. 

Research Highlight: Challenges in Volunteer Resource Management

Research Highlight: Challenges in Volunteer Resource Management

The RGK Center presents a study on challenges in volunteer resource management published in International Journal of Volunteer Administration. The paper presents findings of a study to identify top challenges in volunteer resource management based on surveys of stakeholders at diverse nonprofit organizations.

Change in a Day: The Fall 2014

Change in a Day: The Fall 2014 "Service Jam"

Master’s students from the Mobilizing Communities and Engaging Volunteers class  were responsible for planning and implementing a 12-hour online brainstorming session, known as a "service jam," involving approximately 100 participants on the theme of short-term volunteer projects.

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April 28th: Global Civil Society Lecture - "Market-Based Solutions to Global Poverty" with Randall Kempner

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Dr. Francie Ostrower's NEA-sponsored research paper on board diverstiy now available. 

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RGK study on challenges in volunteer resource management published in International Journal of Volunteer Administration

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