The Executive Alliance Responds to Looming State Budget Deficits

Mar 23, 2011, 06:00 ET from NSM Insurance Group

PHILADELPHIA, March 23, 2011 /PRNewswire-USNewswire/ -- The Executive Alliance, a group of leading non-profits including Ronald McDonald House, Philabundance, Girl Scouts of Eastern PA, CareLink Community Support Services, Greater Philadelphia Cares, ALS Association and The Philadelphia Foundation, met to discuss strategies to secure funds through direct communication with state legislators.

"Non-Profits are vital resources to our community," said Tom Young, VP NSM Insurance Group.

Currently, a particular issue of interest is the little-known to the public practice of outsourcing social service responsibilities to the non-profit sector. On behalf of our area's non-profit organizations, we are organizing a campaign to communicate this issue to the public and to our legislators.

The Executive Alliance is a group of non-profit leaders interested in a best-practices forum for the non-profit industry. Since its inception in 2009, that idea has materialized into a series of bi-monthly meetings designed to provide CEO's, COO's and CFO's the opportunity to discuss industry concerns such as corporate leadership, mission clarity, succession strategy, fundraising, and networking. Occasionally these closed-door meetings are opened to industry experts who lead round-table discussions designed to promote innovation.

The Executive Alliance Group will reconvene on April 6, 2011 in center city to discuss succession planning at executive and board leadership levels.

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To learn more about the Executive Alliance, contact Tom Young at 800-970-9778 or email

SOURCE NSM Insurance Group