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A non-profit should be profitable, argues our newest guest, Kelsey Dee Bradley. She explains how raised funds, built a school in Cameroon and left the organization to be independent, all while being profitable. Welcome to episode 169 of the Profit First Podcast!
Kelsey founded Design Cause Inc. nine months after graduating from university. As founder and Executive Director, Kelsey structured the organization, managed all volunteers and campaigns, and singlehandedly raised the $35,000 that was needed to complete Design Cause’s inaugural project in under a year. She then moved to rural Cameroon and oversaw construction of Design Cause’s first project, four classrooms she personally designed. Kelsey has spoken at The Good Festival in Lausanne, Switzerland and continues to work with new and struggling nonprofit leaders through her blog and as a consultant.
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