A study of nonprofit administration, using the organization Every Child Succeeds as an example.
Chasing Success follows the first twenty years of the organization Every Child Succeeds under the leadership of their former President turned author, Judith Van Ginkel. Every Child Succeeds is a regional nonprofit located in Cincinnati, Ohio that focuses on home visitation and support for parents from pregnancy through the first one thousand days of their newborn's life. The organization was born in the 1990s out of widespread scientific evidence about the impacts of early childhood on development across the lifespan.
Chasing Success uses the story of Every Child Succeeds as a case study for readers interested in the changing landscape of nonprofit administration. With the benefit of Van Ginkel's years of experience in nonprofit management, this book offers concrete lessons about developing a new nonprofit, utilizing research and best practices, learning to be adaptable, and being accountable to stakeholders. Van Ginkel also explores how changing policies and funding priorities for larger national nonprofits and the state and federal governments can impact how regional nonprofits work to achieve their missions, an often underappreciated and under-discussed reality for many smaller organizations around the country.
This dataset shows the origins and quantities of coins found through excavations at Antioch. Data can be examined by material (bronze, silver, antoniniani, and uncertain) and chronology (223 BCE to 91 BCE, 90 BCE to 31 BCE, 30 BCE to 235 CE, 236 CE to 283 CE, 284 CE to 423 CE). All data is from Waage, D. B. 1952. Antioch-on-the-Orontes: Committee for the Excavation of Antioch and its Vicinity 4.2: Greek, Roman, Byzantine and Crusader’s Coins, Princeton.
Each kml file in Google Earth is labeled according to a code based upon coin attributes (type of find, coin type, material, and date). This document explains the code used for coin finds that were minted at Antioch.
This dataset shows the quantities and findspots of coins minted by the ancient mint(s) at Antioch on the Orontes in northern Syria. The kml files are usable in Google Earth. Coin finds are sorted by material (bronze, silver, antoniniani), type (provincial SC, provincial silver and misc. bronze, civic coins with imperial portrait, civic coins without imperial portrait), and chronology (223 BCE-91 BCE, 90 BCE-31 BCE, 30 BCE-235 CE, 236 CE-283 CE, 284 CE-423 CE).
For the original publication of this data, see the attached appendix.