538: Your Partnerships With FGWs – Tony Martignetti Nonprofit Radio

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Your Partnerships With FGWs
First Generation Wealth creators have different values and mindsets than those who inherited their wealth. And FGWs far outnumber the inheritors. Esther Choy’s research will help you understand these folks and how to build valuable relationships with them. She’s president of Leadership Story Lab. 

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524: From Opera Singer To Fundraiser – Tony Martignetti Nonprofit Radio

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Opera Singer to Fundraiser 
Yolanda F. Johnson’s classical opera training informs her fundraising practice. She’s the founder and president of YFJ Consulting and the first African-American president of Women in Development, NY. She’s with us for the hour.

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505: Decolonizing Wealth – Tony Martignetti Nonprofit Radio

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Decolonizing Wealth 
Edgar Villanueva’s book, “Decolonizing Wealth,” takes an innovative look at the purpose of wealth. His thesis is that the solutions to the damage and trauma caused by American capitalism—including philanthropy—can be gleaned from the values and wisdom of our nation’s original people. He’s a Native American working in philanthropy. (Originally aired 11/30/18)

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499: Black Philanthropy Month & Collaborations: MOU To Merger – Tony Martignetti Nonprofit Radio

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Black Philanthropy Month
BPM 2020, in August, examines how all forms of funding can advance the economic justice so essential to achieve racial equity. My guests are BPM founder, Jacqueline Copeland, and co-architect Valaida Fullwood.

Collaborations: MOU To Merger
Gene Takagi is seeing more interest among nonprofits in exploring co-ventures of some sort. We talk through how to start that journey internally and externally, and what form your collaboration might take. He’s our legal contributor and principal of NEO, the Nonprofit & Exempt Organizations Law Group.

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494: WŌC & Life And Career Lessons – Tony Martignetti Nonprofit Radio

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WŌC
Women Of Color in Fundraising and Philanthropy is a new online community. Founder Yolanda Johnson returns to explain what it’s all about.

Life & Career Lessons 
Alex Counts has over 30 years in social entrepreneurship. He returns with his latest book, “When In Doubt Ask for More: And 213 Other Life & Career Lessons for the Mission-Driven Leader.”

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471: Decolonizing Wealth – Tony Martignetti Nonprofit Radio

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This week: 

Decolonizing Wealth
(You can’t always kick off a series with a live guest.) Edgar Villanueva’s book, “Decolonizing Wealth,” takes an innovative look at the purpose of wealth. His thesis is that the solutions to the damage and trauma caused by American capitalism—including philanthropy—can be gleaned from the values and wisdom of our nation’s original people. He’s a Native American working in philanthropy. (Originally aired 11/30/18)

There’s more at tonymartignetti.com 

445: From Opera Singer to Fundraiser – Tony Martignetti Nonprofit Radio

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This week: 

From Opera Singer to Fundraiser 

Yolanda F. Johnson’s classical opera training informs her fundraising practice. She’s the founder and president of YFJ Consulting and the first African-American president of Women in Development, NY. She’s with us for the hour.

There’s more at tonymartignetti.com 

417: Decolonizing Wealth – Tony Martignetti Nonprofit Radio

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Decolonizing Wealth
That’s the new book by Edgar Villanueva. His thesis: The solutions to the damage and trauma caused by American capitalism—including philanthropy—can be gleaned from the values and wisdom of our nation’s original people. He’s a Native American working in philanthropy. Let’s talk to him and find out what he’s thinking.

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329: Prosperity Paradox – Tony Martignetti Nonprofit Radio

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Alexa Cortes Culwell & Heather McLeod Grant, co-authors of the report, “The Giving Code: Silicon Valley Nonprofits and Philanthropy.”

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