Nonprofit Tweets of the Week – 3/11/16

Untitled design-8

This week was marked by International Women’s Day and the firing of Wounded Warrior Project’s CEO. Have a listen to Aziza Brahim‘s Calles de Dajla while perusing our curated nonprofit tweets of the week:

  • Nonprofit Times: UPDATED: CEO and COO out @wwp (Wounded Warrior Project), which released a statement tonight –
  • Nonprofit Quarterly: What really powers executive pay in the nonprofit sector?
  • UN Foundation: No girl or woman left behind: A global imperative for 2030 #2030NOW #IWD2016 v @mcarthur
  • CompassPoint: “4 Reasons #WhyWeCantWait: Make 2016 the Year for Girls & Women of Color” From @Greenlining #InternationalWomensDay
  • World Economic Forum: On International Women’s Day, let’s not forget migrant women and girls @DGIOM #IWD2016
  • Brigespan Group: New donors: the 5 most common #philanthropy traps to avoid
  • Gene: Confusion Over Judging Political Activity Still Reigns at IRS | Tax Analysts
  • Lucy Bernholz: The FEC just made it easier for super PAC donors to hide their identities – The Washington Post
  • Alec MacGillis: In this week’s @NewYorker: my feature on the carried-interest loophole and Second Gilded Age philanthropy. New Yorker
  • Vu Le: Dude, what’s with this notion that nonprofits don’t have clear outcomes? Nonprofit with Balls