Mazarine Treyz: Hey, everybody. Welcome. This is Mazarine Treyz of Wild Woman Fundraising, and today we’re interviewing Marc Pitman, author of Ask Without Fear […]
In November 2016 Yes Magazine published a happy go lucky article about the gig economy and how we should all LOVE IT because it […]
Hey girlfriend. You should get paid more. You should have more sick time, and more flex time to be with your family or […]
Hey, everybody. Welcome. This is Mazarine Treyz of Wild Woman Fundraising, and I am so pleased today to interview one of my very good […]
We got a donation from “Edward Jones!” my coworker exclaimed. It’s 2003. I looked blankly at my computer in the darkened office in Vancouver. […]
Ok, before we get to the reader question, what are microaggressions? “Psychologist and Columbia University professor Derald Wing Sue defines microaggressions as “…send[ing] denigrating […]
Check out this interview with Hamlin Grange-then join us for our Next Level Conference April 4th and 5th 2016. MT: This is Mazarine Treyz […]
If you are a nonprofit board member, and you are wondering why your fundraising staff doesn’t stay, it may be because you are not […]
Here’s a picture of me with some dead wood on the beach. Dead wood can be quite beautiful in a certain context. But what […]
Let me tell you a short, sad story. Once upon a time there was a nonprofit executive director that wanted to send out an […]
The mission of the Fundraising Career Conference is to help fundraising people build their careers. Ultimately our conference will help small nonprofits retain […]
Here’s my first post about Brene Brown’s incredible 2012 book, Daring Greatly. This week I want to talk about what you can do to […]
Have you heard about the 15 protests in Seattle? What are they all about? In a nutshell, people are asking corporations to raise […]
Do you have too much on your plate? What is behind this? Recently I was reading the One-Life Solution by Dr. Henry Cloud. What […]
Have you ever given your power away to someone or something without realizing you were doing it?
Well, I have, and it taught me a lot about how to step back from a situation, and look at it with a pair of critical eyes.