Case studies of Atlanta's top nonprofit leaders available for download

July 15, 2013
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GCN and The Home Depot Foundation partner annually for a case study competition to highlight Atlanta's high-impact nonprofits.  Our 2013 Nonprofit IMPACT Award winners and runners-up are featured in this year's case study document, available for download.

A roomful of leaders gathered for the second annual Building Community Day Nonprofit IMPACT Awards, a joint project of The Home Depot Foundation and the Georgia Center for Nonprofits held at the corporation’s headquarters on June 26. Celebrating high-performance leadership in four categories, the Nonprofit IMPACT Awards are just the latest facet of the foundation’s seven-year-old Building Community Network (BCN), an initiative that’s invested nearly $3 million in 110 different Atlanta nonprofits over the past six years. 

For more information and links to the case study PDF, pictures of the event, and our press release, visit our 2013 Nonprofit IMPACT Awards home.

This year's winners are Arturo Jacobus, executive director of Atlanta Ballet (winner in the category “Building Leaders for the Sector”); Pat Willis, executive director of Voices for Georgia’s Children (“Valuing All Voices”); Juliet Cohen, general counsel for Chattahoochee Riverkeeper (“Developing Strategic Alliances”), and Annette Cone-Skelton, president and CEO of The Museum of Contemporary Art of Georgia (“Promoting Personal Leadership”).  

Runners-up, also included in the case study, are: Girl Scouts of Greater Atlanta, TechBridge, and True Colors Theatre Company.

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