Sentari Minor '07 Selected for Generation Next Nonprofit Leadership Academy
August 25, 2011
August 25, 2011, Greencastle, Ind. — Sentari M. Minor, program specialist with the Rodel Charitable Foundation of Arizona and a member of DePauw University's Class of 2007, is one of 23 emerging, nonprofit leaders selected for the Generation Next Nonprofit Leadership Academy (GenNext). Presented by the Arizona State University Lodestar Center for Philanthropy and Nonprofit Innovation, the nine-month program is comprised of best practice approaches to leading and managing nonprofits from renowned professors and practitioner instructors at ASU as well as established nonprofit leaders from organizations that engage with the ASU Lodestar Center.
Minor and the other participants in the fourth year of GenNext were selected through a competitive application process.
"This year's selection process was both thorough and tough," says Jill Watts, director of Capacity Building Initiatives for the ASU Lodestar Center. "All of the applicants offered unique perspectives within the nonprofit sector and many are already strong, emerging leaders. "This class is probably the most diverse we've ever had in terms of the work they do and the organizations from which they hail. Specifically, this year's class represents trade associations, health/human service organizations, quasi-governmental nonprofits, foundations and corporate funders to name a few."
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