As Publisher and Executive Director for Nonprofit Hub, and a Professional Certified Marketer, Randy shares his passions of marketing and education with nonprofits to help them implement marketing and organizational leadership principles so they can grow their organizations. Outside the office, Randy works with high school and college students and mentors young professionals to develop their leadership and entrepreneurial skills.
Spencer recently graduated from the University of Nebraska-Lincoln with an English degree. Spencer contributes content to the Hub’s website and national magazine. He has always wanted to work in the nonprofit sector, so he’s grateful for this opportunity. There’s an Instagram account dedicated to his tweets overlaid on inspirational backgrounds; check it out @keepingit_creal.
Molly is coming to us as a graduate of UNL’s Advertising/Public Relations program, with experience in digital marketing, strategic communications and social media content strategy. Molly is in her 6th year of volunteering at Young Life and in her free time, you can find her either on a road trip or on her yoga mat, usually sipping a peach-pear La Croix. Can’t wait to see what’s in store for us with her on the team.
Hana is a recent graduate of the University of Nebraska-Lincoln, putting her journalism degree to use by writing articles for the Hub’s national publications and overseeing the national social media accounts. Hana is dedicated to the nonprofit sector and giving back to the community. If you need some last minute plans, she will most likely join you in buying concert tickets right before the show.
Jordan is a senior at the University of Nebraska-Lincoln studying graphic design. She is responsible for all creative aspects at Nonprofit Hub, from the publications to the signs hanging at our office. Jordan hopes to spread her creative wings here at Nonprofit Hub in a way that helps us achieve our mission. She’s a typewriter collector, even owning some from the early 1900s.
Garrett is a senior majoring in Marketing and minoring in math, economics and political science. He builds relationships with sponsors for advertisements in all Hub media and designs sponsorship proposals. He’s excited to be contributing to the local community and aiding nonprofits across the country with their missions. Garrett’s a leap year baby so technically, he’s only 5 ¼ years old. He hasn’t aged well.
We are dedicated to creating the world’s best library of high-quality content to help nonprofits achieve their mission and make a lasting impact. We’re not selling sponsorship opportunities to make a quick buck. We are selling sponsorship opportunities to companies that keep the best interests of nonprofits in mind. The same companies that want to enhance the educational value for nonprofits while introducing them to new opportunities. Below are a few examples of how you can become a sponsor. Check out a snippet of Nonprofit Hub’s impact. For more information about the following sponsorship opportunities, or to express your interest, check out our sponsorship guide.
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