Giving Compass' Take:
- Atokatha Ashmond Brew, Nonprofit HR's Managing Director for Client Marketing and Strategic Communication, sheds light on how her work increases nonprofit capacity.
- What role can donors play to help nonprofit organizations improve inclusion practices in talent acquisition?
- Read more about lessons for nonprofit innovation.
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The more information we have, the better off we are – especially when it comes to nonprofit staffing in support of communities and all aspects of health. Nonprofit HR, a new Independent Sector member, works to drive growth for nonprofits, including associations, trade organizations, foundations, charities, and social enterprises. It also focuses on diversity, equity, and inclusion.
We learned more about Nonprofit HR from Atokatha Ashmond Brew, its Managing Director for Client Marketing and Strategic Communication.
LMJ: Could you tell us about Nonprofit HR and the work that you do?
AAB: Since 2000, Nonprofit HR’s purpose has been to drive growth for nonprofits, including associations, trade organizations, foundations, charities and social enterprises. Our primary clients are social impact sector leaders and human resources professionals, and together we thought-partner to advance their organization’s talent management priorities. Service areas we focus on include Strategy and Advisory, HR Outsourcing, Search, Total Rewards, and Diversity, Equity and Inclusion.
Nonprofit HR is also widely recognized as a leader in gathering data and developing talent management resources for nonprofit leaders and human resources professionals. Every aspect of our work and research is anchored in our commitment to be impact-driven, results-focused, and values-led. Our client community is made up of every social sector mission-type, from animal rights and advocacy to economic development, health services, human services, education, social justice and women’s issues. Our client community spans the nation. We service every major metro market, from Washington, DC and New York City to San Francisco and Los Angeles.
Read the full article about building nonprofit capacity by Christian Clansky at Independent Sector.