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December 19th 2014:Engage Monthly Special: The World of Nonprofits

This week on Engage with Andy Busch, we begin a once-a-month special dedicated to the world of non-profits. Nonprofits are the 3rd largest employer in the United States and expanded even during the Great Recession. Helping us explore and understand the wonderful nonprofit sector, we are joined by co-host Lisa Dietlin of Dietlin & Associates to share her expertise as a philanthropic agent. In segment 2, we have Teresa Bartels and Karen Kay of The Gateway for Cancer Research to share their experience with cancer research innovation and funding. For segment 3, we have Sarah Berghorst of OneGoal

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Lisa M. Dietlin

Lisa M. Dietlin is President and CEO of Lisa M. Dietlin and Associates, Inc. Ms. Dietlin serves her clients as a philanthropic agent, assisting entrepreneurial individuals and nonprofit organizations in developing transformational philanthropic strategies. A much sought after guest for television and radio programs since 2007, Ms. Dietlin has been featured recently on The Weather Channel, WGN, Oprah and Friends Radio, National Public Radio, NBC-5, and other Chicago-land television media outlets. Ms. Dietlin is a regular contributor to The Huffington Post, USA Today, Marketwatch, Reuters and The Chronicle of Philanthropy.
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Teresa Bartels

Teresa Bartels is the president of The Gateway for Cancer Research, a nonprofit organization that funds innovative cancer research all over the world. Bartels joined Gateway in 2014 after 15 years at Hallbart Consulting where she advised nonprofit and business executives in achieving organizational excellence through leadership coaching, strategic planning and change management. Bartels also served on the executive leadership team of United Way Worldwide where she formed a global coalition of United Way affiliates, now the world’s largest and most robust charitable network.
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Karen Kay

Karen Kay is the Director of Development at The Gateway for Cancer Research. With almost 20 years of comprehensive experience in all aspects of nonprofit business management, Karen specializes in strategic planning, major gift development, community partnerships, and board recruitment/ engagement. Gateway for Cancer Research funds innovative research focused on saving the lives of today’s cancer patients.
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Sarah Berghorst

Sarah is the Executive Director of OneGoal – Chicago, an innovative, three-year college persistence program that identifies, trains and supports our nation’s most effective teachers to lead underperforming high school students to reach their full potential and graduate from college. Under her leadership, OneGoal – Chicago will partner with 50 teachers in 23 non-selective high schools to serve more than 1,200 Fellows in 2012-2013, and grow to partner with 38 Chicago high schools to serve 2,300 Chicago students by the 2016-2017 school year. Sarah is chiefly responsible for driving programmatic success of OneGoal – Chicago. She manages strategic relationships with key stakeholders, leads
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Margaret Trimer-Hartley

Margaret Trimer-Hartley is the chief external affairs officer for University Prep Schools, which includes two of Detroit’s highest performing public charter school districts. Trimer-Hartley is the founder and former superintendent of one of those districts, University Prep Science & Math Schools (UPSM). Prior to that, Trimer-Hartley was the director of communications for the Michigan Education Association (MEA), the state’s largest teachers union. There, she advocated and lobbied for resources, support and development for the association’s 160,000 public school employees. While at the MEA she started a non-profit called Your Child. Your Child is credited with revealing Michigan’s l
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