Executive Leaders Radio conducts “elite interviews” of prominent CEOs, CFOs, and Presidents focusing on “what makes people tick.” A recent installment featured our member, Glen O'Gilvie, CEO of the Center for Nonprofit Advancement.

 

 

Executive Leaders Radio CEO Interview with Glen O`Gilvie Sponsored by Offit Kurman

The ten to twenty-five minute on-air interviews are really informal POSITIVE conversations. Guests may be asked about their background education, influences, mentors and early career experiences, asked about their business, what they do and who they serve. They may be asked about opportunities ahead, challenges they have faced or their senior management team. Interests outside of work, personal turning points and family sacrifices capture the unique human aspect behind these prominent leaders.

 

All of these questions are designed to help our audience learn “what it takes to succeed.

Click here to listen to the webcast to Glen O`Gilvie‘s Executive Leaders radio interview

ABOUT GLEN O’GILVIE

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Glen O’Gilvie was named Chief Executive Officer for the Center for Nonprofit Advancement in 2008. A 33 year association of nearly 1,000 nonprofits. He brings more than 16 years of experience in community development, philanthropy and nonprofit management in the National
Capital area. He is the former president and CEO of the Earth Conservation Corps in Washington, D.C.—a position he held for over four years. In this role, O’Gilvie forged partnerships with the region’s nonprofits, public officials, foundations and corporations to advance the organization’s work engaging disconnected youth in environmental service and workforce development with a focus on restoring the heavily polluted Anacostia River in Washington, D.C. Previously, O’Gilvie served as program officer for the Community Foundation for the National Capital Region and national coordinator for the Robert F. Kennedy Memorial.

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