Working Towards the Common Good: 2016 NM Nonprofit Survey Report
Nonprofits are a powerful force for change, and our collective voice is more important now than ever. Building Movement Project (BMP) conducted their annual New Mexico Nonprofit Survey at the end of 2016. The survey explores how nonprofits in our state are working to help the most vulnerable communities, addressing pressing issues, and taking action together for the common good of all New Mexicans.
At this free event, BMP will release the 2016 survey report and a panel of local nonprofit leaders will discuss what the findings mean for their organizations, how they collaborate with other nonprofits, and what role New Mexico’s nonprofits can play in strengthening the sector and improving our state.
This report builds on the surveys from 2015 and 2014, and will provide a deeper look into the experiences of nearly 300 nonprofits from across the state, highlighting the issues, challenges and opportunities they face as organizations.
Come listen to local nonprofit leaders talk about how the survey findings reflect the struggles and successes of their organizations, and how they develop and sustain partnerships to achieve positive outcomes for children, families and communities across New Mexico. Learn how you can get involved in Building Movement Project's ongoing efforts to build the capacity of New Mexico's nonprofit sector to make positive and lasting changes for our state.
Everyone - really, everyone in the nonprofit sector whether you are a CEO or volunteer leader, funder, consultant, staff member, advocate, or intermediary.
Sean Thomas-Breitfeld co-directs the Building Movement Project, with a special focus on BMP’s work on service and social change. Prior to joining the BMP staff, Sean spent a decade working in various roles at the Center for Community Change. Before joining the Center, Sean worked as a Policy Analyst at the National Council of La Raza, where he focused on employment and income security issues.
David Broudy, PhD, MPH, retired in 2014 after 30 years in public health. His began his career working as a statistician, systems analyst and health planner with Indian Health Service in Window Rock, AZ and Albuquerque. He eventually became the Information and Data Manager for the Office of the Medical Investigator. The last third of his career was spent as an epidemiologist with the NM Department of Health working with the Family Health Bureau and Albuquerque Public Health Office.
Kun Huang, Ph.D. M.A., Associate Professor of Public Administration, Coordinator of the Master of Health Administration (MHA) Program at University of New Mexico. He is a Senior Fellow of the Robert Wood Johnson Foundation Center for Health Policy. His research uses organization theory and network analysis to study formal and informal inter-organizational relationships among public, nonprofit, and business organizations.
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