For a second week running, I am joined by special guest co-host, Mark Snell, a non-profit organization management professional. We continue to explore a number of topics related to how Mark has achieved job satisfaction throughout his career, this time focusing on matters related to fundraising and some important life lessons learned from that particular industry.
Some of these notes are recycled from last week, but with the inclusion of the link to the news story mentioned in today’s “Too Afraid to Laugh” segment with Paul Templer, an ex-safari guide in Africa.
Who is this mysterious Mark Snell? Some information (and a photo of Mark with his wife, Cindy) from Des Moines Public Schools about the 50-year long running sister-city relationship between Des Moines, Iowa, and Kofu, Japan.
Mark, as part of his career, has worked with Iowa’s longest-serving governor, Terry Branstad.
Much of his non-profit work has involved the Boy Scouts of America.
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