The Craig Fahle Show

Jerry Lindman Talks About Managing Nonprofits Well

Jerry Lindman and Quincy Jones

Jerry Lindman and Quincy Jones__

Jerry Lindman, Director of Lawrence Technological University's Center for Nonprofit Management, talks with Nichole Christian on the Craig Fahle Show about Detroit's growing nonprofit sector and the challenges of transforming grassroots missions into sustainable models of success. Quincy Jones, Executive Director of the Osborn Neighborhood Alliance, joins Lindman on the show.

Around Detroit, Lindman has helped guide nonprofits through strategic legal and management changes, and he's worked with organizations to build relationships between the nonprofit, philanthropic and business communities. LTU's graduate nonprofit management program offers an MBA with Concentration in Nonprofit Management and a 12 credit Graduate Certificate in Nonprofit Management and Leadership. The center also offers outreach programming aimed at professional managers of charitable nonprofit organizations.

Jones manages the day to day operations of the Skillman Foundation's Good Neighborhood in the Osborn Community Jones, a recent graduate of LTU's certificate program in Nonprofit Management, is a 2011 MBA candidate. He's worked in community development locally for many years and in Mali, West Africa. Learn more about LTU's Center For Nonprofit Management at Listen to this segment by clicking on the audio player above. Questions or comments? Post them below.