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The Power Of Non-profit Succession Planning on "Let's Talk Nonprofits"

The Power Of Nonprofit Succession Planning

Let’s Talk Nonprofits is an online television program which profiles national and international nonprofit thought leaders, sector experts, nonprofit organization leaders, and philanthropists in an open forum with the single purpose to exchange industry best practices.

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Hire, Train, Trust and Delegate on "Let's Talk Nonprofits"

Hire, Train, Trust and Delegate

As Founders or Executive Directors we hold our visions so close that we often become fearful at the very thought of someone attempting to fill our shoes and take over our “babies.” However, we don’t realize that we stifle our organization’s growth when we don’t build a team. Want to know the quickest way to fulfill your nonprofit’s vision? HIRE, TRAIN, TRUST AND DELEGATE. Our guest today is YouthNique’s Nonprofit Management’s new nonprofit strategist lead, Alyana Sipple.

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Music History from a Gospel Legend on "Let's Talk Nonprofits"

Music History from a Gospel Legend

Today’s show has a twist as we celebrate Music History Month. We often focus and talk about the amazing impact that nonprofits have on humanity, today we continue with our focus but add to it the power music has to compliment (and even increase) that impact. Our guest today has sung with icons and is a Gospel legend herself, but most importantly she is my mother, Yvette Davis.

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How Hip-Hop Gives Back on "Let's Talk Nonprofits"

How Hip-Hop Gives Back

We know that music is good to our ears but did you know that HipHop, in particular, is good for our community. Through youth programs that define their F.A.M.E. pillars of Fundraising, Awareness, Mentoring and Education, Hip Hop Gives Back Foundation inspires change domestically and globally and we are blessed to have its co- founder here with us today, Konata Nicholson.

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Why Men Cry in the Dark on "Let's Talk Nonprofits"

Why Men Cry in the Dark

Men die by suicide 3.5x more often than women, but they are the least likely to seek professional help when dealing with mental illness. Find out why most men struggle with expressing their emotions from our expert guest, Associate Professor at Morehouse School of Medicine, Dr. Leroy Reese.

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Erasing the Stigma of Mental Illness on "Let's Talk Nonprofits"

A Late Actors Legacy of Erasing the Mental Illness Stigma

Tamu Lewis, is the Founder and Executive Director of the Lee Thompson Young Foundation and sister of the late actor Lee Thompson Young. Hear how she carries out her brother’s legacy by working to erase the stigma related to mental illness.

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Nonprofit Funding Expertise from the “NetworKing” on "Let's Talk Nonprofits"

Nonprofit Funding Expertise from the “Network-King”

He uses words like “Return on Investment,” “Networking” and “Together we build” as it relates to the need for nonprofits to run like businesses. Hear how Corey Moore, the founder of Social Georgia uses the village to get support and funding for nonprofits.

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There Is HOPE For Nonprofits Seeking Funding on "Let's Talk Nonprofits"

HOPE For Nonprofits Seeking Funding

April is Financial Literacy Month and we are sharing the key financial components that make a nonprofit thrive. Learn tips to creating and implementing a diversified funding strategy with our guest, Walter Dees, financial well-being coach for Operation Hope.

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Celebrating Sheroes on "Let's Talk Nonprofits"

Celebrating Sheroes

Women are known for their hair, flair, fashion, passion, and their overcoming ability to fight through pain and strain. They love and live and most importantly they give. We celebrate the Sheroes that we admire on camera, for their philanthropy.

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Profiles national Nonprofit thought leaders, sector experts, organizations, and philanthropists in an open forum with the single purpose to exchange industry best practices. “Let’s Talk Nonprofits” generates a wealth of information to engage the nonprofit from idea to strategic planning, execution to evaluation, retooling to effective impact.

Torri Hicks, Let's Talk Nonprofits on BizLynks TV NetworkAmerican talk show host, mental health advocate, producer, philanthropist, and entrepreneur Torri Hicks was born on December 12, 1979 in Detroit, Michigan. After her parents’ divorce, at age 6, she moved to Farmington Hills where she lived with her mother and maternal grandparents. She entered Michigan State University in 1998 and began working with nonprofit organizations and at-risk youth in Lansing, Michigan. In 2004, Torri Hicks moved to Atlanta, Georgia where she entered graduate school at Argosy University and studied to become a mental health therapist while she continued to work for nonprofit organizations. Her experiences working with different nonprofits afforded her the opportunity to learn and wear several pertinent hats that attribute to nonprofit growth and impact. Torri’s eclectic style of creating and customizing innovative strategies and programs to meet organizational needs became a hit in the nonprofit sector and she was requested to assist highly recognized organizations and institutions including Hands On Atlanta, YWCA, Georgia State University, National Sales Network, and the Arthur M. Blank Foundation.

Hicks launched YouthNique Nonprofit Management Company in July 2009 to assist start-up and existing nonprofits nationwide with fulfilling their mission. With its internship program offered at Georgia State University that trains college students as Nonprofit Strategists while they gain professional development and scholarships, YouthNique Nonprofit Management has provided over 100 nonprofits and social entrepreneurs with the consulting, training, programming, and tools needed to make measurable impact.

The “Nonprofit Guru” joined Bizlynks TV Network, an online channel designed to inform and educate businesses and nonprofits, in 2017 as the host of “Let’s Talk Nonprofits”. The show is part of a strategic campaign designed to help raise the profile in the Nonprofit Sector to gain more support and funding. BizLynks TV Network currently has an audience reach in excess of 10 million, with the addition of collaborative distribution platforms such as Roku.

For more information, visit YouthNique at www.YouthNique.com

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  • Professional 20-30 minute Business Interview
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If you are interested in being selected as a featured guest, please click here to complete the Guest Submission Form. The information on the form will help to ensure that we meet the objectives for your appearance and that you have a valuable tool to showcase your expertise. It will also allow us to promote you and your company on our website and social media networks.

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Recent Episodes

The Power Of Nonprofit Succession Planning

Let’s Talk Nonprofits is an online television program which profiles national and international nonprofit thought leaders, sector experts, nonprofit organization leaders, and philanthropists in an open forum with the single purpose to exchange industry best practices.

Hire, Train, Trust and Delegate

As Founders or Executive Directors we hold our visions so close that we often become fearful at the very thought of someone attempting to fill our shoes and take over our “babies.” However, we don’t realize that we stifle our organization’s growth when we don’t build a team. Want to know the quickest way to fulfill your nonprofit’s vision? HIRE, TRAIN, TRUST AND DELEGATE. Our guest today is YouthNique’s Nonprofit Management’s new nonprofit strategist lead, Alyana Sipple.

Music History from a Gospel Legend

Today’s show has a twist as we celebrate Music History Month. We often focus and talk about the amazing impact that nonprofits have on humanity, today we continue with our focus but add to it the power music has to compliment (and even increase) that impact. Our guest today has sung with icons and is a Gospel legend herself, but most importantly she is my mother, Yvette Davis.

How Hip-Hop Gives Back

We know that music is good to our ears but did you know that HipHop, in particular, is good for our community. Through youth programs that define their F.A.M.E. pillars of Fundraising, Awareness, Mentoring and Education, Hip Hop Gives Back Foundation inspires change domestically and globally and we are blessed to have its co- founder here with us today, Konata Nicholson.

Why Men Cry in the Dark

Men die by suicide 3.5x more often than women, but they are the least likely to seek professional help when dealing with mental illness. Find out why most men struggle with expressing their emotions from our expert guest, Associate Professor at Morehouse School of Medicine, Dr. Leroy Reese.

A Late Actors Legacy of Erasing the Mental Illness Stigma

Tamu Lewis, is the Founder and Executive Director of the Lee Thompson Young Foundation and sister of the late actor Lee Thompson Young. Hear how she carries out her brother’s legacy by working to erase the stigma related to mental illness.

Nonprofit Funding Expertise from the “Network-King”

He uses words like “Return on Investment,” “Networking” and “Together we build” as it relates to the need for nonprofits to run like businesses. Hear how Corey Moore, the founder of Social Georgia uses the village to get support and funding for nonprofits.

HOPE For Nonprofits Seeking Funding

April is Financial Literacy Month and we are sharing the key financial components that make a nonprofit thrive. Learn tips to creating and implementing a diversified funding strategy with our guest, Walter Dees, financial well-being coach for Operation Hope.

Celebrating Sheroes

Women are known for their hair, flair, fashion, passion, and their overcoming ability to fight through pain and strain. They love and live and most importantly they give. We celebrate the Sheroes that we admire on camera, for their philanthropy.

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