Nonprofit Management Impact Stories
Liliana Iriarte on How the M.S. Nonprofit Management Program Helped Her Turnaround a Struggling Nonprofit and Launch a Social Enterprise
"Mental health access should not be a luxury; it should be accessible to all."
Former Hearst President and M.S. Nonprofit Management Alum Michael Clinton to Publish “Roar Into the Second Half of Your Life”
Michael Clinton, ’21SPS, is a seasoned publishing executive, with over forty years of experience in the magazine industry.
Nonprofit Management Alumna Won Palisoul Appointed to Biden-Harris Administration Post
Palisoul will serve as Special Assistant to the Under Secretary of Defense for Personnel and Readiness at the Pentagon.
Sasha Terris-Maes: Helping Nonprofits Weather the Storm
She found an interest in helping nonprofits re-structure organizationally and financially to be sustainable.
Nonprofit Alum Jayson Council: Guiding Institutions Through the Critical Landscape of Social Impact
Nonprofit Management alum Jayson Council discusses his experience in the program and his new consultancy.
Britani Griffin: “This Is Why We Do the Work that We Do”
Nonprofit Management alum and associate instructor reflects on making a living while making a difference.
Delbert Warkentin Advances Giving Tuesday’s Global Movement
Warkentin discusses his experience studying international aid and fundraising at Columbia.
Annie Rhodes on the Evolution of the Nonprofit Sector and Digital Transformation
Rhodes discusses the transformation of the nonprofit sector, the challenges it currently faces in the midst of the pandemic.
Helena Economides: Finding Ways to Give Back and Virtually Connect with Nonprofit Management Students
When the pandemic hit, the arts administration professional sought ways to give back to her graduate school community.
Kyle Layne: Pursuing Nonprofit Management From D.C.'s Carnegie Endowment
Layne works as a Major Gifts Associate at the Carnegie Endowment for International Peace.
“The Most Rewarding Component of My Experience:” Angelica Johnson on the Columbia HBCU Fellowship
Johnson credits the Nonprofit Management program's practical approach and the fellowship with rounding out her SPS experience.