ABN Blog

3 Things to Consider When Using a Consultant

Knowing what your organization needs, what the role of your consultant is, and what materials to prepare will ensure that you get the most out of your consulting project.

ABN Is 300 Members Strong!

“In less than three years, ABN has seen its vision of better communities through better nonprofits become a reality. Our board and staff are proud to partner with so many organizations to make a difference in the lives of countless East Tennesseans every day,” said Jerry Askew, ABN’s President.

2018-19 OnBoard Program to Begin in September

OnBoard prepares high-potential professionals for service on nonprofit boards, and is a collaborative effort between the Alliance for Better Nonprofits and the Haslam College of Business at the University of Tennesse.

Meet Our New Team Member!

ABN is pleased to announce that, following an extensive national search, we have appointed Eddie Crim to serve as Assistant Director of Capacity Building.

Financial Woes? We Can Help!

Learn more about ABN's customized services to help with financial and accounting practices.

5 Tips For Getting The Most Out Of Your Next Conference

Conferences are an amazing opportunity to expand your knowledge, skills, and professional network. But, with an abundance of information packed into one event, it can be both overwhelming and challenging to get the most out of the experience. With the 2018 ABN Leadership Conference right around the corner on October 31st, we thought it would be a good idea to go over a few tips to ensure you take full advantage of the opportunities ahead.

ABN Member Spotlight: Campbell Culture Coalition

How many times have you sat around a dinner table with a group of friends and said, “You know what this town really needs?” This is exactly how the Campbell Culture Coalition got its start. A group of individuals living in Campbell County, Tennessee, who care about their town’s history and culture, felt they needed to do something to promote its important past and preserve its future. Instead of letting this idea fade into the night, they took action.