Tucson, AZ January 20, 2017 – The National Association of Nonprofit Organizations and Executives (NANOE), headquartered in Washington, D.C., is pleased to announce the appointment of Tucson based Jeanette Regan-Anders, founder of a local animal welfare and rescue organization to their Board of Governors.
Regan-Anders, who has been advocating for non-lethal solutions for companion animals in Southern Arizona’s county shelters, and has also developed International Boards and Advisory Groups for the medical linguistics field, will be inducted on March 7 and 8 at NANOE’s 2017 Capacity-Building Convention & Expo. This two-day caucus will bring together industry experts to renew, improve, strengthen and distribute a new set of guidelines that supercharge nonprofit organizations. She will be honored alongside her fellow governors March 7-8 in Columbia at the NANOE convention.
“Charity” has been paralyzed by a set of failed “best practices developed decades ago. In response, NANOE formed a working group made up of practitioners, volunteers, academicians and philanthropists to research and develop a new set of capacity-building “competencies” that empower non-profits. The group will submit 60 new key practices to NANOE’s Board of Governors for evaluation. The governors will review, expand or redact key practices relating to organizational development, communication and collaboration and will emerge with a new set of competencies to increase sector impact. Regan-Anders, built several nonprofit organizations and was a driving force in the development of the first Standards of Practice for medical interpreters adopted nationally as an accredited certification tool.
She created and led the International User Group with participants from Taiwan; UK; Canada; Japan; Australia; Mexico; New Zealand; China. Her passion for animal welfare steered her to co-found No Kill Pima County and launch Lifeline Oro Valley Animal Rescue. She has been recognized for her vision and is the recipient of the “Spirit of the Industry” award.
Headquartered in Washington, D.C. NANOE is the only unifying nationwide association for charitable organizations and executives who serve the human welfare, education, healthcare, faith-cause, environmental and arts sectors.
About NANOE: NANOE is a 501(c)3 corporation, and its Board of Governors empower nonprofits through various education and training opportunities. These approved techniques, based on field-tested university research, were designed for nonprofit leaders who are passionate about growing their mission. Headquartered in Washington, D.C.,
About Lifeline Oro Valley Animal Rescue: Lifeline Oro Valley Animal Rescue (LOVAR) is a non-profit 501 (c) (3) charitable no kill rescue for cats and dogs that is breed, age, size and type neutral and strives to support those most in need while providing education, tools and resources to help support non-lethal solutions and change within our county shelters. www.lovar.org