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Perhaps the question I am most commonly asked is this: How do I make the switch from corporate to nonprofit?
In particular, I’m asked about my own experience making this move. What was my decision process like? People want to know everything. Why did I do it? How did I ready myself? What was it like to make the transition?
My guest, Bill Abrams, also knows a lot about this subject.
Bill made his leap from corporate America nearly a decade ago, joining Trickle Up in 2005 following a career as a senior executive and journalist for The New York Times, ABC News, and The Wall Street Journal.
Under his leadership, Trickle Up has helped more than 100,000 women start businesses with benefits reaching a ½ million people in Africa, India and Central America.
In this episode, Bill shares his story, which all began with a phone call from a friend. Bill will tell you what he’s learned and share what he is proud of. He will talk about the ins and outs of making the transition from corporate to nonprofit. The nonprofit sector is lucky to have Bill and so are we.
Take a listen.
December 8, 2017
Operations and Business Strategy