the hand of a young woman holding a signboard with the text womens equality written in it

Yesterday was Women’s Equality Day. Have a listen to Martina McBride’s This One’s for the Girls while perusing our curated nonprofit tweets of the week:

  • Council of Nonprofits: Let’s rethink board “training” http://buff.ly/1MTWNfP
  • Nonprofit Quarterly: TRENDING: Making Sense of “Sustainability” and Its Uses and Misuses in the Arts http://hubs.ly/H016pmM0
  • Mark Blumberg: Bill Cosby, Donald Sterling and Charities’ “Nightmare” Naming-Rights Problem Hollywood Reporter
  • Nonprofit Quarterly: The story everyone is talking about: Large university endowments and why they’re controversial. http://hubs.ly/H015qjx0
  • Stacy Palmer: Critics of wealthiest college endowments get louder: In NPR piece, Malcolm Gladwell seeks end to tax-exempt status http://n.pr/1I21k7R
  • Amy Sample Ward: Nonprofits and Technology: Highlights from my #NonprofitReady interview: #nptech
  • Fortune: Check out Fortune’s #ChangeTheWorld list of the 50 cos that are doing well by doing good http://for.tn/1TWvCzN
  • Harvard Business Review: Design thinking isn’t just for products. It’s for corporate culture, too: http://s.hbr.org/1PAtLzf @jkolko
  • Jed Emerson: How the Social Mission of Ben & Jerry’s Survived Being Gobbled Up, via NY Times
  • Gene: Had a wonderful meeting with @StanfordPACS. Many thanks to @KimMeredith1! http://pacscenter.stanford.edu  #philanthropy #civilsociety