Nonprofit Tweets of the Week – July 6, 2012

Here are some of my favorite posts of the week in the areas of nonprofit organizations, corporate governance, philanthropy, and social enterprises:

  • Tony Martignetti: July 13th – the 100th episode of NonprofitRadio happens! My guest will be Amy Ward! Share your questions now: [Ed. Emily and I will be joining the celebration as well!  Congratulations, Tony!]
  • Foundation Center DC: Great Nonprofit Quarterly analysis of what the Supreme Court healthcare decision means for nonprofits:
  • Ellis Carter: MOUs vs. Contracts [Ed. While an MOU sounds friendlier than an enforceable contract, it's important to know the difference and what you're entering into no matter what it's called.]
  • Guidestar: Didn't get your nonprofit executive compensation questions answered? Jeffrey Tenenbaum of Venable responds:
  • Gene: IRS steps up scrutiny of tax-exempt political groups – &
  • Jay Frost: Have you seen the new whitepaper on "How to Identify and Empower Those Who Can Engage an Entire Community"?
  • NonProfit Times: Finding A New Board Chair
  • Emily: Becoming a More Effective Nonprofit Board -common themes about what they do & how they do it, by Bridgestar
  • Gayle Gifford: Sample nonprofit board meeting calendar
  • Amy Neumann: Love infographics? Me too! 100's catagorized here:

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