Thanks for checking out re: charity. This blog/site was started as a way to vent about issues and share ideas to improve the sector. As time went on I discovered that there is some value and need for a place to share some new thoughts and thinking around charity, fundraising, marketing, story telling and more. This video from Dan Pallotta is a great starting point for why we need to start changing the conversation about the nonprofit sector.
Who Am I?
My name is Brady and I live in British Columbia, Canada, with my wife Liz, dog Melly, and cat Thor. I am passionate about the poor and changing charity. Perhaps more importantly, I’m dedicated to doing something about it. I blog about issues of leadership, management, fundraising and overall strategy as it relates to nonprofits on re: charity and contribute occasionally to the Huffington Post.
I studied Business and Economics as an undergrad before going on to get my Masters of Nonprofit Administration from North Park University in Chicago, Illinois. Spent a few years as the Director of Resource Development at a start-up nonprofit in Chicago called Spark Ventures and then for Opportunity International Canada as the National Director, Marketing & Communications.
In 2015, I started my own company, The Josephson Group, to do consulting and unique projects like founding a creative, fundraising and strategy agency, now called Shift Agency, and an online advertising company, Nonprofit Supply Co. I did this after working in technology for companies Chimp and Peer Giving, trying to make charitable giving a part of everyday life, when I saw a need to help companies and causes shift their thinking as it relates to raising capital that can do more good in our world.
I am also an adjunct professor at North Park University’s School of Business and Nonprofit Management, have contributed to The Huffington Post, HubSpot, and few others, and am the host of The Good Journey Pod podcast. I currently work as the VP of Innovation & Optimization at NextAfter.
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