The NonProfit Times Top 50 Features 30 Member Leaders, including IS President and CEO

Independent Sector congratulates 30 distinguished leaders of member organizations, including two of our board members and our own President and CEO, Dan Cardinali, for being named to The 2020 Power & Influence Top 50 by The NonProfit Times (NPT).

IS Members include:

·         Sylvia Acevedo Girl Scouts of the USA
·         Fred Blackwell* San Francisco Foundation
·         Nancy Brown American Heart Association
·         Phil Buchanan Center for Effective Philanthropy
·         James Canales The Barr Foundation
·         Daniel Cardinali Independent Sector
·         Yolanda Coentro Institute for Nonprofit Practice
·         Brian Gallagher United Way Worldwide
·         Bill Gates The Bill & Melinda Gates Foundation
·         Helene Gayle Chicago Community Trust
·         Sharon Greenberger YMCA of Greater New York
·         Lisa Hamilton The Annie E. Casey Foundation
·         Jacob Harold Candid
·         Eileen Heisman National Philanthropic Trust
·         Dean Karlan Northwestern University Kellogg School of Management
·         Nicole Lamoureux National Association of Free and Charitable Clinics
·         Robert Lynch Americans for the Arts
·         Sr. Donna Markham Catholic Charities USA
·         Timothy McClimon American Express Foundation
·         Gail McGovern American Red Cross
·         Tony Mestres Seattle Foundation
·         Cynthia Muller W.K. Kellogg Foundation
·         Una Osili Lily Family School of Philanthropy
·         Rob Reich Stanford Center on Philanthropy and Civil Society
·         Rajiv Shah, MD The Rockefeller Foundation
·         Lorie Slutsky New York Community Trust
·         Henry Timms* Lincoln Center for the Performing Arts
·         Darren Walker Ford Foundation
·         Anne Wallestad BoardSource
·         Kevin Washington YMCA of the USA

 

* indicates IS board member

In an acknowledgement of the pandemic and social unrest confronting the country, NPT notes, “This is the 23rd annual The NonProfit Times’ Power & Influence Top 50. The phrasing normally employed for describing honorees is ‘celebrating’ the work of the best and brightest in the sector. This is no time for reveling. This is going to be a long haul and the sector is in more than capable hands with the executives highlighted…”

Again, we congratulate the leaders selected for his honor, and thank them for their contributions to the charitable community and the people and missions we serve.

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Global Topics: IS Board, IS Member, IS Staff, Leadership Development