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An Authority in Nonprofit Management and Housing Policy

 

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Phil York worked in the nonprofit housing sector for over 10 years with experience that ranges from volunteer program staff to his current role in senior leadership.

York graduated cum laude from Marietta College (Marietta, OH) in 2010 with a B.A. in political science and a business leadership certificate. He earned honors in history, political science and leadership.

To further his cultural experience, Phil traveled to Beijing, China, during winter 2008.  In spring 2010, he studied at American University in Washington D.C., interning at the National Coalition for the Homeless (NCH) where he researched hate crimes committed against citizens who are homeless across the United States.

York earned his Master’s of Public Administration degree (with a concentration in fundraising and nonprofit management) from the Bush School of Government, Spring 2012. He went on to serve at Bryan/College Station Habitat for Humanity and continued his service at Waco Habitat where he is now Director of Development and cultivates a $1.7 million fundraising strategy that supports the construction of over 40 critical home repairs and 8 newly-constructed homes with hard-working families of low income in Central Texas.

The purpose of the blog is to provide nonprofits news that they can use to further their mission. Often times, trends are discussed in global statements that are difficult to localize and place into context for nonprofits that are “boots on the ground”.

This blog is aimed to make trends relevant to nonprofits so we may know how national headlines impact our critical mission-work locally.

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