Sybil Ackerman-Munson has been on all sides of the non-profit and donor world. She started as fundraising for an environmental nonprofit and now owns and operates “Do Your Good” teaching all of us that it doesn’t matter how much we have to give, we all have something. Whether you are running a non-profit or you are a giver, today’s episode is one you will want to lean into. Sybil has much wisdom to share as a content creator and gives us a sneak peek into some information that she will soon be rolling out in the form of courses, podcasts and more for both nonprofits and donors alike.
Sybil Ackerman-Munson, President of Do Your Good LLC, has over 20 years of experience as a nonprofit professional and foundation advisor. She has helped to give away over $45 million in large and small donations to public charities. As a foundation advisor she knows what works and what doesn’t because she processes over 100 proposals from nonprofits a year. Sybil taps into her vast experience and knowledge from working with donors and nonprofits to offer step-by-step guides through online courses, a podcast, and resources so that you can jump to the front of the line and waste no time in making a true and lasting positive contribution to the world on your terms. You can check out all she has to offer through her website at www.doyourgood.com and/or follow her on Instagram or Facebook @doyourgood.
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About the Show
Listen to conversations with leaders and entrepreneurs who have built organizations making a positive impact on the world so you can discover how to expand your impact.
Are you trying to make a difference in this world? On the show, Amanda and guests reveal the path from purpose to impact and all the risks, bumps, and bruises that came along the way so you can be ahead of the curve with your purpose-driven business or organization.
Amanda is a wife, mother, entrepreneur, Partner at Evergreen Results and a founding member of the Built for Impact podcast team. She enjoys spending time with her family, serving others, horseback riding, and spending time in the mountains.