Position & Company City, State Type Date Posted
Consultant, EvaluationEqual Measure

Philadelphia, PA

Development

Mar 24
Director of DevelopmentHope Partnership for Education

Philadelphia, PA

Development

Mar 23
Program Director Philadelphia READS

Philadelphia, PA

Program Management

Mar 22
Featured Grant ManagerDevereux Advanced Behavioral Health

Villanova, PA

Development

Mar 21
Office Manager for a National Nonprofit NetworkThe Public Interest Network

Boston, MA

Admin/Clerical

Mar 20
Annual Giving and Special Events ManagerSettlement Music School

Philadelphia, PA

Development

Mar 20
Communications ManagerWoodlynde School

Strafford, PA

Marketing & Communications

Mar 17
Bilingual Program CoordinatorPennsylvania Home of the Sparrow

Exton, PA

Program Management

Mar 15
Program AssistantPA Chapter of the American Academy of Pediatrics

Media, PA

Admin/Clerical

Mar 15
Featured Development Director Chester County Futures

Exton, PA

Development

Mar 15

From the blog

Science of the Nonprofit Starvation Cycle

Posted by Laura Otten, Ph.D., Director on 24 March 2017, 1:44 pm

While many nonprofits are used to working with scarcity—in fact, I often think too many nonprofits are so rooted in their framework of scarcity—not enough dollars, people, time, energy, etc.—that they can’t even dream in a framework of prosperity. A professor of  psychology and public affairs at Princeton and an economist from Harvard—have affirmed what they call the scarcity mindset.  They have shown that a brain focused on what a person is lacking becomes obsessed with that missing thing to the exclusion of all else and, as a result, the person makes poor decisions. So, for example, if a person lacks.

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Dinkum Elko and Associates Laura Solomon