56 minutes | Apr 2nd 2020

How to Fuel Partnerships and Collaboration for Good: The Fie Most Important Things You Need to Know

Terri Broussard Williams believes that leaders turn moments into movements. She also believes that anyone can be a great leader because all it takes is faith (believing that you can create change) and fortitude (never giving up). Movement Maker: The Podcast brings Terri Broussard Williams' popular social impact blog to life with audio. Through the movement maker platform, Terri shares her “Firestarter Formula” which includes the HOW and WHY people start movements every day. For this episode of Movement Maker: The Podcast, Terri Broussard Williams sits down with digital organizer, Vanessa Fuentes and Executive Director of Measure, MeMe Styles. The group drills down on what fuels a strong partnership and collaboration when creating forces for good. The focal point of the conversation is The Council of NonProfits, “Five Tips for Non-Profit Collaborations.”   Episode Notes Moderator: Terri Broussard Williams, Founder, Movement Maker Tribe + Social Impact Strategist Guests: Vanessa Fuentes, Digital Organizer + Community Activist Meme Styles, Executive Director, Measure    After you listen, be sure to check out: The Council of Non-Profits article on Five Tips for Non-Profit Collaborations The Junior League: an all-female nonprofit founded in 1901 that Vanessa mentions is strong in the collaboration space. “Find Your Fire”: Terri Broussard Williams’ new book which shares the stories of movement makers and how they built, supported or scaled movements for good. Measure: MeMe Styles’ nonprofit that focuses on gathering data for advocates who are creating change including their latest program, The Innocence Initiative. Young Women’s Alliance: Vanessa Fuentes mentions this incredible organization that gives women the skills needed to be community volunteers. The group recently increased its endowment to $100,000.   Subscribe to Movement Maker: The Podcast wherever you listen to podcasts. If you enjoy the show, please leave us a rating or review!
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