Amy Wong, president, Dot Org Solutions

Amy Wong, president, Dot Org Solutions
Amy believes the world is a better place because of the special work that nonprofits do for our communities for making them better places to live, work and raise families. And as president of Dot Org Solutions, she is a champion for small businesses for the role they play in creating jobs, delivering important products and services, and keeping the economy strong.
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Applying improv to life and work

Featured in photo: Members of Amy's improv class at the Beck Center for the Arts. Several months ago, I was having lunch with one of my peers in the fundraising consulting field. And I told him I...

Outsourcing work to the best people

Like most small agencies and consulting firms, we outsource certain types of work to outside vendors or contractors and have vendor partnerships that help us provide services to our clients. It...

Three operational changes leaders must make to propel their business

I believe the best way to propel your nonprofit or small business is to look for methods to improve your operations. When your systems and day-to-day items are working well, you can better deal...

Five things nonprofits should consider when planning for 2020

Note from Amy: There is an endless amount of information available to nonprofits and we know how hard it is to get through it all, let alone use it to improve your organization. Our Dot Org...

Planned giving marketing

This week’s blog is based on a presentation Amy Wong, president of Dot Org Solutions, gave to a group of fundraising professionals, sponsored by LEAVE A LEGACY® Summit, Portage, Medina and ...

Prioritizing when it doesn't seem possible

We’ve all had “that kind of week" (or month, year, etc.). I’m sure you know what I am talking about. It’s the kind of week where everything you need to do is a priority and ranking those...

Four fundraising metrics nonprofit leaders should know and track

Nonprofit leaders must pay attention to many details – numbers served, outcomes, staffing percentages, budgets and dollars raised. In our work at Dot Org, however, we often find that leaders...

Six ways to become a transparent nonprofit leader

Over the last several months, I have taken some time to learn more about workplace culture. In the process, I frequently came across the topic of transparent leadership and how it relates to...

Four tips I learned from attending a conference from another industry

As business owners and leaders, we tend to get in the way and slow progress for our teams and companies.  There are different words and phrases for it – micromanager, storm cloud, roadblock and a...

Five things every nonprofit board should review regularly

Being asked to be a member of a nonprofit board is an honor. It means that the nonprofit has faith that you will help guide, support and protect the interests of the organization and adhere to its...