What you may have missed this week
There is so much activity between twitter and the blogosphere discussing nonprofit work, in particular working as a young professional in the sector. Each week we'll post a few links to things you may have missed in the past week that are well worth the time to read, comment and share.
YNPN was privileged to have Robert Egger at our national conference a couple of weeks ago. For those that weren't there, Robert shared the main points from his keynote with the world here.
This year's YNPN conference in Denver was held in conjunction with the Emerging Practitioners in Philanthropy (EPIP) conference as well as the Council on Foundations conference. All converged for the weekend, with great combination programing. Consultant and blogger Rosetta Thurman gives her summary and feedback on her blog.
A very interesting cause marketing debate dug deep into the partnership between Susan G. Komen and Kentucky Fried Chicken. Here are a few great posts from Joe Waters, Scotty Henderson and Nancy Shwartz.
At Katya's Nonprofit Marketing blog she talked recently about the future of online giving after presenting at the Association of Fundraising Professionals conference.
David Svet, from Spur Communications who also blogs at Spurspectives, gives four keys that he thinks can help redesign the community benefit sector in a way that will benefit everyone.