How to Help the Community Through Your Nonprofit Organization – Talk with Lowell Perry Jr.
Lowell Perry Jr. believes “Social-profit organizations” is a term that can better capture the contribution made by entities that have too long been known as charities or nonprofit groups.
According to the Chronicle of Philanthropy: “Such a term would also give us a new way to name the people who support organizations that promote the public good: social investors, a term that better reflects this generation of hands-on donors who are willing and able to extend this nation’s great tradition of American generosity. Today’s social investors seek and expect a return on their efforts, in the form of an increase in the greater good.”
Lowell Perry is an innovative executive leader with a unique business background including a proven track record of success in team building, fund development, strategic alliances, general management, government relations, as well as significant expertise in diversity & inclusion as a viable growth strategy. Currently the Director of the Cleveland Central Promise Neighborhood, he has developed a reputation as a visionary business thought leader, and created the Strategic Corporate & Community Engagement department while with Big Brothers Big Sisters of America to connect individual resources and opportunities for local board member recruitment of corporate employees of color.
He provided contract consultant leadership to Family Wellness Dallas as an Executive Director, after serving as BBBSA Chief Diversity Officer, SVP Corporate & Community Engagement. Prior to that, Perry was CEO of Big Brothers Big Sisters of Middle Tennessee (BBBSMT) and led that agency from 300 kids served in 2005 to set records of 2812 children served and unrestricted revenue of nearly $3million in 2010. For more info: https://about.me/lowellperryjr
2 thoughts on “How to Help the Community Through Your Nonprofit Organization – Talk with Lowell Perry Jr.”
Lowell is a good man. His Dad was a friend of mine and assisted me in getting into Cass Tech High school commuting from Inkster, MI.
Best of luck and success in your ventures !!!
Yes, he is!