April 21, 2022

154: Nonprofit & For-Profit; Creating a Successful Partnership (Shiloh Karshima)

154: Nonprofit & For-Profit; Creating a Successful Partnership (Shiloh Karshima)

154: Nonprofit & For-Profit; Creating a Successful Partnership (Shiloh Karshima)

SUMMARY

Do you communicate a clear message that properly represents the voice of those you serve?  In episode #154 of Your Path to Nonprofit Leadership, Shiloh Karshima highlights some of the challenges nonprofit leaders face in trying to make their case more clearly and in an authentic way. Shiloh is a gifted leader with more than two decades experience building philanthropic partnerships in over 14 countries.  Shiloh explains how communication and harmonization are the keys to creating a successful partnership between the for-profit and nonprofit sectors.  Learn why the acquisition and implementation of tangible skills will elevate your passion into a dynamic leadership role that others will desire to follow.  Shiloh also gives tangible examples of how nonprofit and for-profit leaders can partner to provide an even greater social impact.  Learn why nonprofit leaders who communicate in a shared language with their for-profit counterparts can bridge the bottom-line principles common to both sectors. 

ABOUT SHILOH

Shiloh Karshima co-founded The Leader Team in July 2021, when she and her family sold everything and decided to move to Nigeria.  With over two decades of experience in development and nonprofit work in 14 countries, Shiloh brings a wide range of expertise to the table as Executive Director. She has collaborated with the World Bank MENA, World Vision, University of the Nations, William Jessup University, FGI Finance, Jobs Partnership, Oasis Church Winter Garden, Peace and Justice Institute, Orlando MLK Foundation, Safe Families for Children, Bethany Christian Services, NYU’s Wagner Student Alliance for Africa, HopePark Church, Iris Ministries, River City Community Church, Fair Oaks Presbyterian Church, and Madonna’s Raising Malawi.  Shiloh was the Panel Discussion Moderator for The United National Female Genital Mutilation Forum in partnership with the not-for-profit Sauti Yetu, Columbia University and NYU.  She was Co-Founder of RISE: Conversations on Race and Unity in Winter Garden, Florida. Shiloh received her Master’s in Public Administration in Public and Nonprofit Management and Policy with a specialization in International Economic Development from New York University.  

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