Nonprofit Tweets of the Week – March 23, 2012

Some big news for Emily Chan and NEO Law Group to be announced today and posted separately (stay tuned).  Here are some of my favorite posts of the week in the areas of nonprofit organizations, corporate governance, philanthropy, and social enterprises: 

  • Emily: Need long view + wide net – Dr. Antoinette La Belle on finding the right nonprofit leaders.
  • Jed Emerson: Some of My Favorite Measures, Nonprofit Quarterly –
  • BoardSource: FREE Wednesday White Paper: Ten Essential Responsibilities of Foundation Board Chairs –
  • Nonprofit Quarterly: Should your nonprofit build an endowment? The up and downsides of the endowment game –
  • Greg Colvin: The Citizens United tax break? doesn't mention $ rec'd by 501c6 trade assns, where business tax deduction more likely
  • Emily: The Other Shoe Drops – Republican Senators Urge IRS Not to Be Political When Examining 501(c)(4)s –
  • Raymund Flandez (Chronicle of Philanthropy): A Guide to How Nonprofit News Orgs Can Gain 501(c)3 Status –
  • Lucy Marcus: What lessons can boards and directors learn about social media from BP’s gulf oil spill?
  • Nonprofit Law News: 'Big Brother' in the Office: Helping Nonprofits Manage Employee Privacy in the Modern Workplace –
  • Gene:  Nonprofit Law Prof Blog: The Phenomenon That Is Kony 2012http://lawprofessors.ty; 5 advocacy lessons -; authors speak out -
  • iOnPoverty: Can't wait to tell you about which launched today – Jonathan Lewis [Ed. In addition to leading iOnPoverty, Jonathan is founder and CEO of the Opportunity Collaboration international anti-poverty conference I attended and wrote about here, founder and board chair of MicroCredit Enterprises, and writer for Huffington Post and Social Edge.]

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