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I’m writing an article and could use your help

Dear CharityChannel Colleagues,

I’m researching an article for CharityChannel on how public-speaking skills impact nonprofits and the careers of nonprofit professionals. I hope to have the article completed in the next few weeks, but am at a fork in the road and could use your help.

I’ve created a brief online survey designed to let me learn some key information about how nonprofit practitioners view their abilities to speak in front of groups and how these skills impact both the organizations they serve and their careers.

Survey responses will not be directly quoted in my article (unless I speak with you first and you give me permission) but rather will help me to develop the article in the most useful direction. I may want to contact a few respondents to learn more so on the last page you may optionally leave me your name and contact information (but it’s definitely okay to remain anonymous if you prefer).

Thanks for your help. Here’s the brief survey:

—Stephen C. Nill

Stephen Nill

About the Contributor: Stephen Nill

Stephen Nill founded CharityChannel in 1992 as a means of connecting his nonprofit hospital chain’s fund development staff over the Internet to their colleagues at other organizations. That first discussion community grew into what is today the oldest and largest community of third-sector professionals in the world, comprised of well over 100,000 participants worldwide. He has been working in the US and international third sector for more than 30 years. He has served as the Chief Development Officer at a major Southern California university, the CEO of a large health care foundation, a vice-president of fund development of a U.S. west-coast nonprofit hospital chain, as a founder and acting director of development of a parochial school in his community, and as a founder of an organization dedicated to providing food and clothing for homeless persons in Southern California.


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