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Tivoni Devor

Tivoni Devor, MBA, has spent his entire career in the nonprofit sector. While working for diverse institutions in many roles, Tivoni has often found himself developing earned revenue models and designing strategic partnerships. Tivoni currently works as the Manager of Partnerships and Outreach at the Urban Affairs Coalition, where he helps social entrepreneurs leverage fiscal sponsorship to jumpstart their nonprofit endeavors. Tivoni Devor lives in Point Breeze with his wife Jennifer and daughter Ava. The thoughts and content of his columns are his and his alone.

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Your small business doesn’t need to close: On the ‘charitable exit’ column

Aug. 9, 2017 8:48 am

Your small business doesn’t need to close: On the ‘charitable exit’

Selling or closing have been basically the only exit options for for-profit businesses, writes columnist Tivoni Devor. But there is a third way — one that could benefit nonprofits.
3 gigs Philly needs to spark economic development column

Jul. 5, 2017 11:53 am

3 gigs Philly needs to spark economic development

Columnist Tivoni Devor offers three suggestions for professions the city should revive in the modern gig economy.
Nonprofits’ boards must include people who benefit from their services column

May 11, 2017 12:58 pm

Nonprofits’ boards must include people who benefit from their services

Not more rich people, writes columnist Tivoni Devor: "A board that doesn’t have its clients represented in its governance can never be fully invested in the organization’s success and sustainability."
Are your nonprofit’s outcomes out-of-context? column

Apr. 4, 2017 3:22 pm

Are your nonprofit’s outcomes out-of-context?

Make sure the metrics you're putting forth are phrased to match funders' priorities. It's something Meals on Wheels is learning now as its existence is threatened by the federal government.
Nimble, networked and niche: Why nonprofits need to be all three column

Jan. 31, 2017 9:44 am

Nimble, networked and niche: Why nonprofits need to be all three

Columnist Tivoni Devor argues that nonprofits should stay small and stick to what they do best in this new political landscape.
On planning against uncertainty column

Dec. 1, 2016 12:54 pm

On planning against uncertainty

Nonprofits that rely on government funding should expect the worst under a Trump administration. Here's how to prepare for it.
3 nonprofits Philly still needs column

Sep. 26, 2016 2:50 pm

3 nonprofits Philly still needs

Columnist Tivoni Devor calls for the creation of nonprofits with missions of making other nonprofits more effective.
3 things more expensive than getting your own 501(c)3 feature

Aug. 29, 2016 3:01 pm

3 things more expensive than getting your own 501(c)3

The price of nonprofit incorporation just dropped. You should make the most of it.
How ‘ethical overhead’ can help us think differently about how nonprofits spend money column

Jul. 22, 2016 12:55 pm

How ‘ethical overhead’ can help us think differently about how nonprofits spend money

On "overhead myth" and how to combat it.
Is it time to ditch the 501(c)3? column

Jun. 13, 2016 12:55 pm

Is it time to ditch the 501(c)3?

A nonprofit tax status is becoming less and less necessary to enact social good, argues columnist Tivoni Devor.

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