August is an exciting time in the non-profit sector when The NonProfit Times releases its seventeenth annual Power & Influence Top 50 list.
For 17 years, NPT has highlighted 50 of the sector’s leaders for their “innovation, influence on the broader sector and for developing organizational models that can be replicated.”
The list holds a number of repeat movers and shakers, but this year, there are seventeen new honorees and three others that have returned to the playing field after a brief respite.
New notables to the list include: 92nd Street Y,Brennan Center for Justice,Bridgespan Group, Campion Foundation, Community Foundation of the Ozarks, California Endowment, Enterprise Community Partners, Food Bank for New York City, Goodwill Industries International, GuideStar, Greenpeace, Human Rights Campaign, International Center for Not-for-Profit Law, Mexican American Legal Defense and Education Fund, OneStar Foundation, Religious Action Center of Reform Judaism and State Fiscal Policy Center on Budget and Policy Priorities.
Leaders returning include: Phil Buchanan, president of the Center for Effective Philanthropy; Eileen R. Heisman, president and CEO of the National Philanthropic Trust; and Patty Stonesifer, president and CEO of Martha’s Table.
This year’s top 50 will be honored next month in Washington D.C. at the annual NPT Power & Influence Top 50 Gala. In addition the evening’s festivities, one honoree will receive the 2nd annual Innovator of the Year award.
The ResultsPlus team congratulates this year's honorees.
View the complete list of The seventeenth annual Power & Influence Top 50 list here.