Generational shifts likely to impact Michigan’s nonprofits

There are more than 75,000 nonprofits in Michigan with more than two-thirds of them located in metro Detroit. Collectively, they generate more than $240 million annually and champion thousands of causes that affect people’s lives.

Yes, nonprofit organizations are a major force and provide valuable services to many people across this region and state.

It requires talented, diverse leadership to thrive in an economy and market where resources fluctuate. I wanted to find out more about the challenges recruiting from a diverse pool, so I reached out to Blaire Miller, partner and co-founder of The Hunter Group, a Bloomfield Hills-based recruiting firm formed in 1995. An area of emphasis for the firm is recruiting top nonprofit, high-impact executive leadership.

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Mark S. Lee, Crain’s Detroit Business