A Modern Nonprofit Podcast: Diversity and Inclusion (S1E1)

Nonprofit enthusiast and Founder/CEO of The Charity CFO Tosha Anderson is proud to announce the launch of A Modern Nonprofit Podcast. Powered by The Charity CFO, this podcast will take listeners on a journey, as Tosha and her guests talk about relevant topics in the nonprofit sector.

Each episode will feature a lighthearted and informative discussion. Tosha Anderson said A Modern Nonprofit Podcast is a tool like no other for nonprofits of all shapes and sizes.

“While paving my path and finding my footing in life, I have found my true purpose of helping nonprofit organizations do the same,” said Tosha. “Through this podcast, the ability to connect and help so many individuals will only grow, which will make the nonprofit community as a whole stronger. I am looking forward to bringing on industry leaders and participating in conversations that will help my listeners evolve their nonprofits.”

In the inaugural episode, Tosha sits down with Veer Up founder Eileen McGhee to talk all things diversity and inclusion. The two experienced leaders discuss how to define words like diversity and inclusion, then conduct an in-depth conversation about how nonprofits can truly be open to all ideas and views.

This podcast is designed for nonprofit leaders and listeners alike. To truly experience A Modern Nonprofit Podcast, you must do the following:

  1. Listen to the first episode of A Modern Nonprofit Podcast HERE. Don’t forget to subscribe on your favorite streaming service!
  2. Head to The Charity CFO YouTube and subscribe to watch full episodes and snippets from the podcast.
  3. If you’re on Facebook, search “A Modern Nonprofit Facebook Group” to request access to the already-growing online community, where nonprofit leaders discuss strategies, share tips and converse about personal experiences. All are welcome!
  4. Follow The Charity CFO on Twitter, Instagram and Facebook for the latest episode updates, nonprofit information and deals related to nonprofit bookkeeping and outsourcing for your accounting.

 

Curious as to how The Charity CFO could help your nonprofit in terms of financial accounting, bookkeeping or outsourcing? Check out what we have to offer you and request a meeting with us today.

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