About Dani Robbins
Dani Robbins is the strategist, founder and principal of Non Profit Evolution. Dani is a respected thought leader, practitioner and speaker and has served over 20 years in the non-profit arena, the majority in executive leadership positions. Dani has turned around, reengaged and created sustainability in two Boys & Girls Clubs, two domestic violence shelters/rape crisis center and introduced the Women’s Coalition – the prelude to the Women’s Center – at Case Western Reserve University. Dani works with a variety of nonprofit boards and executive leaders to implement stronger and better aligned organizations. Her areas of expertise are board and resource development, strategic and tactical planning, system development and executive coaching.
Dani has a Masters Degree in Public Administration from the Levin College of Urban Affairs at Cleveland State University, a Bachelors Degree from Kent State University, and is a graduate of Leadership Akron Class 22 and the Boys & Girls Clubs of America’s Advanced Leadership Program, which is offered in conjunction with the University of Michigan’s Ross School of Business. She is the 2006 recipient of the Vision and Spirit Award from the Boys & Girls Clubs of America’s Midwest Regional Office and various organizations under her direction have been awarded multiple regional and national BGCA awards for diversity programming, web design and media proficiency.
Dani is the co-author of the Innovative Leadership Workbook for Nonprofit Executives, the nonprofit expert for answers.com, a DonorPath fund raising expert and an instructor at the John Glenn College of Public Affairs at The Ohio State University. Dani is at the forefront of helping nonprofit organizations create goals, build systems to meet those goals, align their objectives and thrive!
About Non Profit Evolution
Non Profit Evolution is a consulting firm dedicated to building capacity, including board governance and organizational development, in small to mid-size non profit organizations.
Non profits have dueling priorities: to meet their mission and be run as well or better than the best business. In order to do both, boards and senior staff must set high standards to ensure excellent leadership, quality programming, financial accountability and transparency. Only the very best non profits are widely considered to be good stewards of the community’s resources.
Non Profit Evolution can work with the leadership of your organization to create a plan, and in certain cases assist in the implementation of that plan, to raise your profile and help your organization become the organization of choice for philanthropic and board leadership in your community.
Please visit us at http://www.nonprofitevolution.com for more information.