You're Qualified - To Become A Nonprofit Founder (Part 1)

You're Qualified - To Become A Nonprofit Founder (Part 1)

We are back on it, Imposters - another episode about whales. While the topic of whales warms my heart on its own, nonprofit work warms my heart like a furnace and we are here to talk all about it (especially if that nonprofit is focused on conservation...)

Courtney chats with Whitney Neugebauer - nonprofit founder of an organization called Whale Scout. They chat about the obstacles faced in starting a nonprofit, the amazing engineering ability of beavers, hiring interns, Lower Snake River Dam removal, surviving on nonprofit income, the plight of the Southern Resident Killer Whales, and much more.

This will be Part 1 of a two-parter covering founding nonprofits - buckle up and let's save some animals.

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Take action for Lower Snake River Dam removal:

Columbia River Keeper

Alexandra Morton - has dedicated 30 years of her life to the whales

- Alexandra's book - Not On My Watch