By adopting proactive risk management practices, nonprofits can improve their organizational resilience to better sustain their impact in the face of an increasingly complex economic and operational landscape.
The Hepatitis Education Project (HEP) Board of Directors has announced that Apoorva Mallya will be their next Executive Director. Liz Swanson, who served as Interim Executive Director for the last 18 months will be handing over leadership responsibilities and staying on as a consultant to assist with the transition.
In response, Board President, Maria Corcorran, has said,
As we move forward under Apoorva’s leadership, HEP will continue its mission to reduce morbidity and mortality associated with viral hepatitis. Apoorva brings a tremendous passion for public health service delivery and a strong commitment to serving those who are most vulnerable. We are thrilled to have him at the helm as HEP celebrates 30 years of providing care for underserved communities disproportionately impacted by viral hepatitis.
I have heard from several of you about the importance of DEI issues and of having an actionable plan for addressing them. From what I hear from our consultants and clients, there is some good news, and still much work to do.
In speaking of her new role, Amruta said,
SCCS's mission is closely aligned with my own philosophy of honesty, integrity, accountability, empathy and inclusiveness which guides my endeavors to fostering strong relationships with all children and families, especially those from diverse and financially insecure communities.
As a result, many organizations are beginning to seriously evaluate what kind of measures can reduce turnover among nonprofit executives.
Issaquah Food & Clothing Bank Selects Stephanie Norton-Bredl as Executive Director
I feel extremely lucky to have the opportunity to serve alongside such an amazing team of staff, volunteers, and supporters. My first two weeks were spent immersed in programming, working side by side with our staff and volunteers. … I’ve met many clients, both here at the food bank and at community events, who have expressed how much our services have meant to their families. ...I’d like to express my gratitude for the warm welcome that I’ve received from our staff, our volunteers, our partners, and supporters. I’m excited about what we will accomplish together in the coming months!
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