It’s My Book Baby Anniversary

Celebrating the one-year anniversary of my book launch—a milestone I once thought unattainable. Huge gratitude to Renee Ecckles-Hardy, my invaluable publishing consultant, and to my dear family, friends, and every reader who supported “Maximizing Impact: Success Strategies for Dynamic Nonprofits.” Find it on Amazon and other platforms! Stay tuned for book number two!

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Maximizing with Michelle: Justin Clark, Executive Director of The Salvation Army Boys & Girls Clubs of Charleston, West Virginia

Justin Clark is the Executive Director of The Salvation Army Boys & Girls Clubs of Charleston, West Virginia. Justin moved to the Mountain State in May of 2021 and led the process of reopening the Clubs to in-person programming following a 15-month COVID-19 related closure. During his tenure, the Clubs have been recognized at the […]

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Maximizing with Michelle: Clint Arnold, CEO, Kanawha Institute for Social Research & Action, Inc. (KISRA)

Clinton Arnold is the CEO of KISRA, Inc. This nonprofit organization provides life, business, affordable housing, mental health, and coaching programs for the recovery, transitioning, and youth populations throughout West Virginia. He is also a West Virginia State University professor, teaching entrepreneurship, marketing, and business operations courses. Clinton is a former business owner and telecommunications […]

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Maximizing with Michelle: Jessica Hudson, Executive Director, Dress for Success River Cities/Kanawha Valley

After nearly 15 years of a serving several different non-profit organizations throughout the Kanawha Valley,  in the fall of 2015 Jessica Hudson took her passion and desire to positively impact people and communities to Huntington, where she became the Executive Director ofDress for Success River Cities, which recently opened a branch in the Kanawha Valley.  After attending Concord University,  Jessica later furthered her […]

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Maximizing with Michelle: Sharon Lansdale, President/CEO of the Center for Rural Health Development, Inc.

Ms. Lansdale is the President/CEO of the Center for Rural Health Development, Inc.. She joined the Center in 1994 and brings over 40 years’ experience in health and health care resulting from her work in both the private and public health sectors. The Center is a private nonprofit that works to strengthen West Virginia’s health […]

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Maximizing with Michelle: Stephanie Tyree, Executive Director, WV Community Development Hub

A native of Charleston West Virginia, Stephanie Tyree is the Executive Director of the WV Community Development Hub (The Hub).  With fifteen years of experience in policy, community development and community organizing, she has dedicated her career to advancing community-based, systemic solutions for rural, coal-impacted communities in Central Appalachia. Her primary area of expertise has centered […]

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Maximizing with Michelle: Mavery Davis, CPA,Director of Lending, New Economy Works WV/Seed Commons

Born in Los Angeles, California, Mavery Davis moved to West Virginia on a football scholarship. Although his scholarship did not fully materialize, Mavery remained in West Virginia, completed his degree, and had a career filled with ups and downs, as he candidly shares. Maveryis a Certified Public Accountant (CPA), breaking the chains of poverty and creating wealth. He is a […]

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