Nonprofit Tweets of the Week – January 13, 2012

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

  • Nonprofit Quarterly: What's trending on NPQ: “I Thought We Were Friends!” Can Nonprofits Terminate Employees for ⁰Their Social Media Posts? [Our own Emily Chan wrote this piece.]
  • Social Edge: Absolute must read on LawForChange: Legal Risks in Social Media Use: legal traps your social sector org should avoid
  • National Council of Nonprofits: New resources posted about boards and diversity
  • Westlaw: Is new Supreme Court ruling a retreat from Citizens United?
  • Emily Chan: Montana Supreme Court Defies Citizens United Ruling via @lawdotcom
  • Foundation Center – New York: Reasons NOT to Start a Nonprofit
  • Gene: Are many nonprofit leaders scared to learn about legal requirements because it would force them to allocate limited resources to compliance?
  • Gene: Nonprofit leaders can find new opportunities (not just burdens) and a stronger sense of security with a greater understanding of the law.
  • Alex Todd: Governance Committee Job Description –
  • Alex Todd: Job description of the Chair of the Governance Committee –
  • Emily Chan: Twelve California Companies Seize the Moment to Become Benefit Corporations via GOOD –

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