Fueling Transformation hosted by Impact100 Metro Detroit

Episode #2: Will Jones, Relationship Manager for NEW, Nonprofit Enterprise at Work in Ann Arbor, Michigan

June 16, 2021 Impact100 Metro Detroit Episode 2
Fueling Transformation hosted by Impact100 Metro Detroit
Episode #2: Will Jones, Relationship Manager for NEW, Nonprofit Enterprise at Work in Ann Arbor, Michigan
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Fueling Transformation hosted by Impact100 Metro Detroit
Episode #2: Will Jones, Relationship Manager for NEW, Nonprofit Enterprise at Work in Ann Arbor, Michigan
Jun 16, 2021 Episode 2
Impact100 Metro Detroit

In an interview by Eileen Vernor from Impact100 Metro Detroit, take a journey with Will Jones, Relationship Manager for NEW, Nonprofit Enterprise at Work in Ann Arbor, Michigan (new.org) where he connects communities to NEW’s work in supporting mission-driven people and organizations to realize their visions of a just and thriving society.  Through inspiring stories Will describes NEW’s nearly 30-year evolution from its roots servicing the arts community to servicing all nonprofits in the Metro Detroit area through fee-for-service back-office financial and technology support, long-term consulting partnerships, learning communities, and collaborative workspace.  During this spirited dialogue Will describes where many nonprofits are today struggling against systemic racism and paints a vision of how each of us can become philanthropists at the forefront of social change to uplift our communities.

Show Notes

In an interview by Eileen Vernor from Impact100 Metro Detroit, take a journey with Will Jones, Relationship Manager for NEW, Nonprofit Enterprise at Work in Ann Arbor, Michigan (new.org) where he connects communities to NEW’s work in supporting mission-driven people and organizations to realize their visions of a just and thriving society.  Through inspiring stories Will describes NEW’s nearly 30-year evolution from its roots servicing the arts community to servicing all nonprofits in the Metro Detroit area through fee-for-service back-office financial and technology support, long-term consulting partnerships, learning communities, and collaborative workspace.  During this spirited dialogue Will describes where many nonprofits are today struggling against systemic racism and paints a vision of how each of us can become philanthropists at the forefront of social change to uplift our communities.