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Licensed Consultant Journey: Bunnie Riedel

The Standards for Excellence® Institute continues to build a national network of qualified nonprofit consultants licensed to provide training, consulting, and support on the Standards for Excellence: An Ethics and Accountability Code for the Nonprofit Sector. Standards for Excellence Institute Licensed Consultants come from a broad range of backgrounds and experiences. In anticipation of the upcoming  Licensed Consultant Training, we're highlighting the journeys of some of our[…]
By Bunnie Riedel | June 06, 2017 Read More>
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Licensed Consultant Journey: P.J. Chambers

The Standards for Excellence® Institute continues to build a national network of qualified nonprofit consultants licensed to provide training, consulting, and support on the Standards for Excellence: An Ethics and Accountability Code for the Nonprofit Sector. Standards for Excellence Institute Licensed Consultants come from a broad range of backgrounds and experiences. In anticipation of the upcoming Licensed Consultant Training, we're highlighting the journeys of some of our consultants. "I[…]
By PJ Chambers | June 02, 2017 Read More>
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Licensed Consultant Journey: Robin Talbert, J.D.

The Standards for Excellence® Institute continues to build a national network of qualified nonprofit consultants licensed to provide training, consulting, and support on the Standards for Excellence: An Ethics and Accountability Code for the Nonprofit Sector. Standards for Excellence Institute Licensed Consultants come from a broad range of backgrounds and experiences. In anticipation of the upcoming Licensed Consultant Training, we're highlighting the journeys of some of our consultants.My[…]
By Robin Talbert | May 31, 2017 Read More>
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Licensed Consultant Journey: Patricia G. Hanberry, MA

The Standards for Excellence® Institute continues to build a national network of qualified nonprofit consultants licensed to provide training, consulting, and support on the Standards for Excellence: An Ethics and Accountability Code for the Nonprofit Sector. Standards for Excellence Institute Licensed Consultants come from a broad range of backgrounds and experiences. In anticipation of the upcoming Licensed Consultant Training, we're highlighting the journeys of some of our consultants. "The[…]
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Congratulations to Our Latest Organizations! (4/25/17)

The Standards for Excellence Institute would like to congratulate two organizations who recently earned accreditation or recognition under the Standards for Excellence: An Ethics and Accountability Code for the Nonprofit Sector. Service Coordination, located in Maryland, recently earned the Seal of Excellence. Service Coordination's mission is to provide quality case management services by helping people understand what their choices are and connecting them to resources in their communities in[…]
By Lydia Alcock | April 25, 2017 Read More>
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Standards for Excellence Leaders Weigh in on NANOE, per Nonprofit Quarterly

Standards for Excellence leaders weighed in on the controversial National Association of Nonprofit Organization Executives (NANOE) in a recent article from Nonprofit Quarterly.“What NANOE is proposing goes against every teaching out there, whether it be from the Standards for Excellence or Board Source,” said Daniel Billingsley, vice president of external affairs at the Oklahoma Center for Nonprofits, a national Replication Partner of the Standards for Excellence Institute.Amy Coates Madsen,[…]
By Lydia Alcock | April 19, 2017 Read More>
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Delaware Sustainable Energy Utility Recognized by the Standards for Excellence Institute

The Delaware Sustainable Energy Utility (DESEU) has successfully completed the requirements for Standards Basics recognition. DESEU participated in the Standards for Excellence program through the Delaware Alliance for Nonprofit Advancement (DANA), a Standards for Excellence Replication Partner. “The DESEU prides itself on being a transparent, accountable and mission-focused organization,” says the DESEU’s Executive Director, Tony DePrima. “We decided to pursue the Standards for Excellence[…]
By Lydia Alcock | March 09, 2017 Read More>
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Striving for Excellence: The Delaplaine Receives Reaccreditation

The Delaplaine Visual Arts Education Center, a Maryland-based nonprofit, was recently reaccredited by the Standards for Excellence Institute®. The Delaplaine has been accredited under the Standards since 2003. Catherine Moreland, Delaplaine CEO, discusses the reaccreditation process in the Spring 2017 issue of Delaplaine Arts magazine. “The Standards have certainly informed and guided how we operate over the years,” states Moreland. “They provide a framework to help ensure that we never lose[…]
By Lydia Alcock | March 05, 2017 Read More>
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Congratulations To Our Latest Organizations! (2/10/17)

The Standards for Excellence Institute would like to congratulate several organizations who recently earned or renewed their accreditation under the Standards for Excellence: An Ethics and Accountability Code for the Nonprofit Sector: The Catholic Community of Saints Peter and Paul, Hoboken, NJ Coosa Riverkeeper, Birmingham, AL All Saints Catholic Academy, Naperville, IL Workshops, Inc. , Birmingham, ALThe Standards for Excellence Institute would like to congratulate the following[…]
By Lydia Alcock | February 10, 2017 Read More>
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Hoboken Parish Kicks Through Veil of Financial Secrecy, per National Catholic Reporter

The National Catholic Reporter spoke with Msgr. Robert S. Meyer, pastor of the first Catholic parish to become Standards for Excellence accredited - the Catholic Community of Saints Peter and Paul - regarding their decision to earn accreditation."The goal is that prudent stewardship is a vehicle 'so you can pass it over to the next generation.'"Read the full article here.[…]
By Susan Larsen | February 02, 2017 Read More>
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