I’m pretty much your stereotypical podcast addict. (And if you are too, let’s chat about the latest Radiolab, Thirst Aid Kit, or Magnus Archives sometime.) Lately, I’ve been enjoying listening to smart people from the nonprofit world grapple with tough issues and share helpful tips.
Here are three podcasts I have queued up in my feed right now…
- Tiny Spark Produced by The Nonprofit Quarterly, Tiny Spark tackles some of the biggest challenges facing the philanthropic world, from the white savior complex to building a more inclusive environmental movement. I found their episode on the ethics of nonprofit storytelling with trauma survivors to be especially thought provoking.
- Inside Social Innovation With SSIR The Impact team often turns to Stanford Social Innovation Review for current insights into the social change landscape. Did you know they also have a podcast, featuring case studies and more from leaders in the social impact sector?
- First Day Podcast If you’re looking for a quick shot of fundraising education with your morning coffee, the First Day Podcast from Lilly Family School of Philanthropy may be just the thing. Each episode is just about 10 minutes long, and features tips, research, and timely advice from industry experts
What’s in your podcast queue these days? Please share your favorites!