NANOE Governors Nominations – Washington D.C. – August 2, 2017 – Bishop Redfern II has announced that, “NANOE Nominees will be informed via email that Charlotte Berry has been appointed NANOE Nominations Chair for a second term”. Bishop Redfern II is the current Board Chairman of the National Association of Nonprofit Organizations & Executives (NANOE).
Berry will oversee NANOE’s 2018 Board of Governors nominations process. Nominees will be invited to review New Guidelines for Tomorrow’s Nonprofit (Second Edition). This 180 page document contains a new set of governing best practices that formalize significant changes in executive management, board structures and organizational by-laws providing nonprofit CEOs the freedoms they need to succeed.
To learn more about NANOE Governors Nominations or to ACCEPT or MAKE a nomination please visit https://NANOEgovernors.org
Over 800 paid members have joined NANOE since it’s public launch one year ago. Berry attributes NANOE’s appeal to, “dedicated staff, an engaged Board of Governors and constant attention to our core values.” Bishop Redfern II overviewed these values as: “First, our Commitment to Innovation & Scale: through innovation and a soaring spirit, we engage all members of civil society creating heroic missions of scale that meet needs so completely money chases after them. Second, our Culture of Collaboration & Capacity-Building: by passionately working together with all members of the charitable sector, we challenge each other to achieve the highest levels of self-actualization and resource-development. Third, our Dedication to Respect & Integrity: we believe confident pluralism allows us to respect everyone (including those with whom we disagree), integrity is the foundation of our personal and professional motives and drives all our actions of which we are proud.”
He closed with, “NANOE celebrates people who are crazy enough to believe they can change the world. Our nationwide network of academicians, practitioners, donors, volunteers & consultants are the creative enterprise-leaders the nonprofit sector so desperately needs.”
To learn more about Charlotte Berry please visit https://CharlotteBerry.org
To learn more about Bishop Redfern II please visit https://BishopRedfernII.com