Episode 50

Published on:

15th Sep 2022

50th Episode Special: Highlighting the best nonprofit tips and advice

This week is a special episode of IMPACTability® as we celebrate our 50th episode by highlighting some of the best nonprofit tips, tricks, and resources that our experts have shared with us on the podcast. We have hand-picked some of the best segments from our first fifty episodes, featuring guests who have shared their expertise in the nonprofit sector. It's IMPACTability's Greatest Hits!


  • Introductions 0:30
  • Common donor development mistakes. 1:30

(With Lou Traina, Senior Consultant at Soukup Strategic Solutions.)

  • What is world class stewardship and how do you get there?  2:45

(With Mark Litzler, Director of Institutional Giving at The Cleveland Orchestra.)

  • What are nonprofits missing with fundraising? 4:11

(With Tim Kachuriak, Founder and Chief Innovation and Optimization Officer for NextAfter.)

  • The who, what, when, where, and why of donors 5:10

(With Tim Sarantonio, Director of Corporate Brand at NeonOne.)

  • Why are some nonprofits tech shy? 6:32

(With Aby Jarvis, Nonprofit Education Manager at Qgiv)

  • New developments in fundraising 7:45

(With Nidhi Doshi, The Founder of PayBee)

  • Benefits of donor research and tips for the field 9:30

(With Daryl Moser, Business Developement Manager at DonorPerfect )

  • How to get media publicity 13:45

(With Kimberly Lohman-Clapp, Founder & CEO at Golden Hour Communications, LLC)

  • Website identity thieves 17:00

(With Jeanne Seewald, Trademark, Copyright, and Licensing Board Certified Intellectual Property Attorney)

  • Advice on nonprofit collaborations 20:00

(With Jayson Roa, President and Chief Executive Officer at Avow Hospice, Inc.)

(Tony Olivo, Senior Vice President, Software Engineering at FlexGen®)

How to handle a Board, tips and tricks 26:30

(With Jamie Ross, the President and CEO of the Florida Housing Coalition.)

Executive succession plans 28:00

(With Peggy Monson, Nonprofit Consultant at Soukup Strategic Solutions)

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About the Podcast

IMPACTability: The Nonprofit Leaders' Podcast
Each week, we feature an expert in their nonprofit field, discussing topics that range from fundraising and nonprofit management to Board development and marketing.
The show explores the landscape of the nonprofit organization and best practices from nonprofit experts. Get advice on how to solve the problems plaguing your nonprofit with your host Joe Turner of Soukup Strategic Solutions, a full-service nonprofit consulting company helping nonprofits across the country. Each week, we feature an expert in their nonprofit field, discussing topics that range from fundraising and nonprofit management to Board development and marketing.

About your host

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Joe Turner

For more than 20 years, Joe had successfully programmed radio stations in Detroit; Lansing, Michigan; South Bend, Indiana; and southwest Florida. Joe left the day-to-day radio world in 2007 for the nonprofit world when he joined Hodges University as its Director of Public Relations and Alumni Services. In 2021, he joined Soukup Strategic Solutions as the Director of Fundraising, Marketing, and Communications. Joe continues to run his own voice over company where he offers commercial and narration voice over services and has won three Telly awards for his work. He is a native of Detroit where he attended Wayne State University and earned a Bachelor’s degree in Media Arts. In his spare time Joe loves to cook, is a musician and a self-professed “foodie.”