Join Bryce Lord, Associate Director of the Helen Bader Institute for Nonprofit Management at the University of Wisconsin - Milwaukee, as he sits down with the passionate people that work, volunteer, and connect to nonprofit and social organizations throughout Wisconsin. They'll discuss the challenges they face, the successes they enjoy, and the passion that drives them.
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[00:00:00] Bryce Lord: Hi, my name is Bryce Lord. By day, I work as the Associate Director of the Helen Bader Institute for Nonprofit Management. An academic research center based at the University of Wisconsin - Milwaukee, where we focus on education and professional development for nonprofit professionals throughout Wisconsin.
[00:00:24] One aspect of my work that I love the most is just sitting down in a coffee shop with colleagues and friends to discuss the goings on in the local nonprofit sector and learn more about the community around us. What makes it so special is hearing about the passion that leads people to do the work they do. To connect with the people they serve and the communities that surround them.
[00:00:48] Nonprofits and Java is a podcast about nonprofits, coffee, and passion. Join me as I sit down with the people carrying out the good work and learn about the challenges they [00:01:00] face, the successes they enjoy, and the passion that drives them.