Column on Nashville's nonprofit from outgoing CNM president

November 21, 2016

Column on Nashville's nonprofit from outgoing CNM president

Outgoing CNM President Lewis Lavine shares his view of the future of Nashville's nonprofits in this op-ed for The Tennessean:

 

I have had the opportunity for the past 12 years to look at the Middle Tennessee nonprofit sector from a unique perch. The Center for Nonprofit Management works with more than 800 agencies, helping them improve their ability to serve their constituents.

What have I seen and what is the future for our sector?

Our many nonprofits have survived the recession, the flood, government funding reductions, and the influx of new agencies competing for scarce philanthropic dollars. They survive because of passionate, dedicated, and even stubborn managers, and equally dedicated board members and volunteers. And, they continue to make a positive difference in our communities. ... Click here to read the rest of the article.

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