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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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...

Seven things leaders can do to run their nonprofit like a business

If you’re an executive director at a nonprofit, I wouldn’t be surprised if you have heard the following declaration from your board: “We need to start thinking about how to run our nonprofit more...

Eight inbound marketing tips for nonprofits

Last week, I had the opportunity to spend the week in Boston at the HubSpot INBOUND 2018 conference. Less than a month ago, I had never heard of this conference. But, when the opportunity came up...

You know you have a good vendor when...

It’s mid-afternoon at work and we are only four days away from launching a major project for a client. All is going well. We’re down to the wire, wrapping up final details, putting the final...

Pitching the media without a PR background

At Dot Org, we spend a fair amount of time talking with the media, pitching story ideas for clients and responding to media inquiries. Although our team has quite a few years of experience among...

The importance of taking a break

It’s summertime here in Ohio. And after a very long winter, I am happily enjoying the warm weather and longer days. Like many employees at other businesses, our Dot Org Solutions team members are...

Learning is a life-long process

My daughter, the oldest of my three kids, recently moved back home after her freshman year of college. Once we all settled back into our routine after adding another human back into our house (for...

Data and you: Why organized information is essential to your nonprofit

I recently participated as a panelist for a professional development program for our local Association of Fundraising Professionals Chapter. The session, “Data – A Fundraiser’s Best Friend,”...

Ten tips for networking - in the US

I recently had a chance to speak to a group of high school students at the National Inventors Hall of Fame Stem School in Akron, Ohio. They were pitching their entrepreneurial ideas as well as...

Nine ways to improve the board-staff relationship in a small nonprofit

I hear countless stories from small nonprofits who are frustrated with their boards. Surprise, nonprofits! The boards get frustrated with you too.