By Nonprofit Practice Leaders | August 30, 2021

It’s a Brand-New Day—College Athletics in the NIL Era

Effective July 1, 2021, the National Collegiate Athletic Association (NCAA) adopted an interim policy lifting its prohibition on incoming and current student-athlete’s ability to profit from their name, image and likeness (NIL).


By Divya Gadre | July 21, 2021

Top Considerations for the Nonprofit Sector, Part One

Since navigating the headwinds of the past year, nonprofit organizations have reimagined their operations to maintain relationships with donors, volunteers and the communities they serve while discovering new means to protect mission funding.


By Vivian Gant | July 08, 2021

Reinvesting in Your Organization Post-COVID-19

During the height of the COVID-19 pandemic, the future was still very uncertain. Many nonprofits found themselves applying for government assistance, such as Paycheck Protection Program (PPP) loans, as they braced for continued negative financial impacts.


By Barbara Finke | June 09, 2021

Breaking Down Barriers—and Siloes: Addressing Leadership Challenges in a Remote Environment

Are you tired of the “new normal,” logging into yet another virtual meeting and hoping your internet will hold out for your key presentation? Or do you love being remote so much that you’ve thrown out all your business pants and shoes, replacing them with loungewear and comfy...


By Michaela Kay | June 01, 2021

Pulse Check: Is It Time to Update Your Spending Policy?

2020 was quite the year. While we started off with record highs in the stock market, by mid-March, we saw the fastest 30% decline in the S&P 500 in the history of the index. Since then, we have continued to see many ups and downs, but we still saw overall gains in the stock...


By Robby Vanrijkel | May 20, 2021

5 Steps to Maintain Donor Engagement in a Tumultuous Time

COVID-19, the economy and political shifts have resulted in tumultuous times for many nonprofits. Organizational resilience depends heavily on securing funding, and organizations are seeking out new ways to engage with donors to ensure they have the resources needed to...


By Michael Ward | May 13, 2021

Finding Flexibility Amid COVID-19: How Nonprofits Can Scale for Success

The COVID-19 pandemic has impacted nonprofits in dramatically different ways, with some organizations scrambling to meet rapidly rising demand and others shrinking to survive the ongoing crisis. Whether an organization’s situation has been one of boom, bust or somewhere in...


By Nonprofit Practice Leaders | May 06, 2021

Synergies, Resources and Culture: A Roadmap to Strategic Partnerships

As the COVID-19 pandemic continues to impact the global economy, nonprofits are facing myriad pressures that may result in the need for strategic partnerships. From synergies and resources to missions and cultures, there is much to evaluate before pursuing a joint venture with...


By David Clark | May 03, 2021

What Higher Education Institutions Need to Know About Tuition Discounting

Universities and colleges in the U.S. are facing a challenging paradox. Over the past 20 years, tuition rates have increased a staggering amount, significantly outpacing inflation. For instance, the average tuition and fees for private universities ranked by U.S. News and...