Tuesday, December 1, 2009

NFP News Gains New Face in Cincinnati

I have exciting news to share that I believe will be of interest to our Indiana readers as we continue our efforts to support the nonprofit community. I launched the Cincinnati Not-for-Profit News in March 2008 after the success of our e-newsletter here in central Indiana. A big key to our growth and success, here in central Indiana, has been my ability to really get to know the nonprofits, funders, and related entities that build a strong nonprofit sector. Though we have more than 1500 subscribers in Cincinnati, I have not been able to spend the time there that would allow us to really know and serve that community as I would like.

I have asked Jane Page-Steiner, a long-time Cincinnati resident, nonprofit professional, and capacity-building consultant to take on the role of publisher for the Greater Cincinnati edition so we will have a more personal presence in the Greater Cincinnati area. Jane’s extensive experience in the nonprofit arena will ensure that the Cincinnati Not-for-Profit News stays in close touch with the needs of that community in addition to enhancing our promotional efforts there.

Jane is a respected nonprofit consultant, public speaker, and has been a part of the Cincinnati not-for-profit community for more than 20 years. She served for many years as the Executive Director of the Down Syndrome Association in Cincinnati and has served on a national nonprofit board and worked for a national nonprofit. She is the President of JPS Nonprofit Strategies and will continue to offer her capacity-building consulting services. I am excited about partnering with Jane in this effort and am already enjoying the benefits of having another contributor on our team.

To learn more about Jane - www.JPSNonprofit.com

Hope everyone had a great Thanksgiving holiday. Though we see so much need, we also know we have so much to be grateful for.


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