How Results-Based Accountability Makes a Nonprofit

How are nonprofits innovating to better meet the needs of the communities they serve? According to Mary Louise Resch, Government Relations andMary Louise Resch how to make a city Grant Manager at South Carolina’s Harvest Hope Food Bank, it’s all about results-based accountability. While juggling multiple community demands and needs, nonprofits must maintain keen awareness of core objectives in order to be successful. Hear about Harvest Hope’s collaboration with local, state and national organizations to fill gaps, drive results and promote future opportunity through leadership and accountability.
About Mary Louise Resch:
Mary Louise has over 30 years of experience working within the non-profit sector in Washington, DC and in the state of South Carolina. Having successfully fundraised for such diverse charities as Harvest Hope Food Bank, Communities in Schools, the SC Lions Foundation and the SC Center for Family Policy, Ms. Resch continues to raise between one and three million dollars annually in support of charitable causes. Ms. Resch also serves as a Lieutenant Colonel with the South Carolina State Guard and serves as an Oxfam America Sisters on the Planet Ambassador where she advocates on behalf of global hunger and poverty.
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