NMSDC CEO and President Ying McGuire Named a Social Impact Woman to Watch in 2024

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NMSDC CEO and President Ying McGuire was recently named one of Nonprofit HR’s Social Impact Women to Watch in 2024. During Women’s History Month, Nonprofit HR proudly recognizes women across North America who have made significant contributions to nonprofits, associations, foundations, social enterprises, and the communities they serve. This year, they called on their expanded community to help identify and recognize outstanding women who accomplish the seemingly impossible against all odds. There were over 120 individuals nominated, with 25 ultimately chosen as finalists. They are listed below.

  • Anne Barnes — president and CEO, Episcopal Health Foundation
  • Casey Bartrem — environmental health scientist, TIFO executive director, TerraGraphics International Foundation
  • Aisha T. Brown — chief financial officer, Thurgood Marshall College Fund
  • Tiffany D. Brown — executive director, National Organization of Minority Architects
  • Ruth Browne — president and CEO, Ronald McDonald House New York
  • Chanté Coleman — senior vice president of Equity and Justice, National Wildlife Federation
  • Kimberly Corbin — chief financial and administrative officer, Greater Washington Urban League
  • Tanis Crosby — executive director, San Francisco-Marin Food Bank
  • Lisa David — president and CEO, Public Health Solutions
  • Bior Guigni — chief executive officer, Beat the Streets New England
  • Debra Kelsey — recovery coach and navigator, Fishing Partnership Support Services
  • Rita Mabli — president and CEO, United Hebrew of New Rochelle
  • Ying McGuire — CEO and president, NMSDC
  • Nicole McKinney — chief of organizational effectiveness and culture, Upstream USA
  • Morgan Monaco — president and park administrator, Prospect Park Alliance
  • Donna Murray-Brown — vice president of strategy and development, National Council of Nonprofits
  • Lysa Ratliff — chief executive officer, KABOOM!
  • Lauren Reicher-Gordon — senior vice president and director, Family Visits Program, Kidsave
  • Alicia Robinson — founder and executive director, Limitless Ambition
  • Carol Spahn — director, Peace Corps
  • Erika Stehl — president and co-founder, Growing Love Community Garden
  • Terry Stigdon — chief executive officer, Indiana Region of the American Red Cross
  • DeLisha Tapscott — senior director of people and culture and interim co-executive director, MADRE
  • Vangela Wade — president and CEO, Mississippi Center For Justice
  • Selena Wilson — chief executive officer, East Oakland Youth Development Center

“It is an honor to be included on a list that includes so many inspiring and impact-driven women leaders,” said NMSDC CEO and President Ying McGuire. “I am grateful to everyone across the NMSDC network, including our hard-working team members at the national office, passionate corporate members, minority business leaders, and regional affiliates for their partnership as we continue the important work that led to this recognition. Together we will build generational wealth for the communities of color we serve and build a more equitable and inclusive economy that works for all,” she added.

“At Nonprofit HR, we believe that an organization’s people are its greatest asset, and women are the majority of the social impact workforce, leading mission-critical initiatives at every level. As a woman-owned and operated firm, we are fortunate to have many women on our staff. From our emerging professionals to senior management team, women are represented at every level at Nonprofit HR,” said Lisa Brown Alexander, Founder and CEO, Nonprofit HR.

To learn more about Nonprofit HR and its 2024 Women to Watch visit its website.

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