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Thank you for being part of the Virtual Executive Director / Labyrinth / Relentlessly Human Tour experience. I love and appreciate everyone who has listened, downloaded, reviewed, supported through Patreon, and shared their talent with me on the mic.

Now that the podcast has come to an end, please enjoy listening to the archives. I created a timeless podcast of nonprofit leadership, operations, and fundraising tips, as well as interviews with artists and healers. 

If you would like to get in touch with me, feel free to email becky [at] I'm available for coaching and consulting for purpose-driven leaders, and I'd love to hear from you!

Jun 22, 2020

Whether you are happily searching for something new or feeling stuck in your current job, it's important to know how to package the amazing work you've done already into transferable skills. In this week's summer rerun, I talk with Rachel Fowler--actor, director, and executive coach--about how to identify...

Jun 16, 2020

Because of our need now more than ever to be able to connect with strangers, I decided to rerun this episode with Margaret Hicks on applied improv training. 

Margaret is an award-winning tour guide in Chicago and has developed workshops that use improv theater techniques to help other tour guides connect with their...

Apr 25, 2020

I'm salty about saying nonprofits should act more like "real businesses." Nonprofit is just a tax designation. We are all real businesses here. So I'm turning the tables this week and talking about the things that for-profit business could stand to learn from non-profits. 
Warning for parents: some language in this...

Mar 3, 2020

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I am freshly back from the 2020 Create Virginia conference in Lynchburg, VA, where I lead a session for artists of all kinds on how to make the most of being in a festival. 

It was a blast! Big thanks to the organizers and everyone...

Feb 10, 2020

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Sometimes people inspire and guide us in ways they didn't intend. Chef Travis Milton, an expert on Appalachian heritage cooking and foodways, swaps stories with Becky about the unintentional mentors from their lives and how these "unintentional mentors" shaped the people they are...