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Engage with Andy Busch

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May 22nd 2015:Engage Nonprofit Show: Homelessness, Forest Preservation, and Human Trafficking

This week on Engage, we continue to shed light on the nonprofit sector with our monthly nonprofit special. CEO of LM Dietlin, Lisa Dietlin, joins us as co-host for the show and in our first segment. For the month of May we are pleased to welcome Julie Youngquist of StreetWise Inc. - Chicago, Shelley Davis of the Forest Preserve Foundation, and Julia Koch of The Hope Project. We hit three very distinct topics this week to highlight the truly broad scope of this sector of the economy. You can get the podcasts on iTunes after you download the free podcast app, then search for "Engage with Andy

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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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Julie Youngquist

Julie Youngquist is the Executive Director of StreetWise, Inc. - Chicago. They can be found at -
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Shelley Davis

Shelley Davis joined the Forest Preserve Foundation as its inaugural executive director in 2013. As a seasoned leader in Chicago’s philanthropic and nonprofit sectors, Shelley has devoted her career to promoting a higher quality of life and equal opportunities for low-income communities. Shelley’s work has included: counseling domestic violence survivors, advocating for nontraditional, high-wage construction work for women, and evaluating and recommending more than $25 million in grants to nonprofit groups engaged in policy advocacy, community organizing, human services and the arts. Currently, Shelley is a lecturer at The University of Chicago’s Harris School of Public Policy, wher
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Julia Koch

Julia Koch is the Director of Development & Advocacy for The Hope Project. They can be found at -
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