Nancy Bacon – Free Resources For Nonprofits – Episode 015

October 26, 2016

Nancy Bacon is the Director of Learning at Washington Nonprofits. Based on her background in education, she has created a variety of resources for nonprofits—many of which can be found for free online. We also talk about the state of nonprofits, what small nonprofits need to know, and where they can go for help.

About Nancy

Nancy leads the development and implementation of Washington Nonprofits’ learning programs. Weaving together her interest in education and nonprofit management, Nancy creates and supports programs that strengthen the ability of people working within nonprofits to better make a difference in their communities across Washington State. Nancy received a B.A. in Economics and German Literature from Swarthmore College and a Master of Public Administration from the University of Washington’s Evans School of Public Affairs. She created and directed the World Affairs Council’s award-winning Global Classroom program and has worked with a range of nonprofit organizations as they developed their internal capacity and external community to better serve their mission. Nancy served on the board of the Foundation for International Understanding Through Students (FIUTS) for six years.

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