You Don't Have to Be a Nonprofit to Be an Expert on Social Good–Follow These Writers to Stay in the Know!
The words 'social good' are an umbrella that includes alternative structures such as entrepreneurship, NGOs, B-corps, nonprofits, social enterprises, and even for-profit corporations that are cause-driven. Follow writers who cover this broad term to stay current with trends and to gain inspiration on perfecting your cause-related model. An added benefit is that when you follow social good writers and engage with their social media posts, you increase the likelihood of your entity reaching and helping a wider audience!
"Staff Writer at the Chronicle of Philanthropy. Drummer of the Captivators."
"Staff writer at Forbes covering women entrepreneurs."
Charles A. Bentley
"U.S. Diplomat [@StateDept Foreign Service Officer] tweeting #SocialGood & #Diplomacy; Tweets are of personal opinion."
"Education Advocate. Girl Champion. Global Shaper. @HuffingtonPost Blogger. @Harvard. Author of #GirlPower in the Age of the #Millennials."
"Writer, NY Times Fixes blog, Co-founder Solutions Journalism Network."
"Champion of Social Good: Author, Rotarian, Forbes Contributor, keynote speaker, helping you use #crowdfunding, #impinv, #socent, #nonprofit to make your mark."
"Writer. Global Soul. Traveler. Lover of all things simple and kind. Let the beauty of what you love be what you do. - Rumi"
"Katie Dupere is a Social Good reporter at Mashable, covering activism, identities and social impact. Prior to her work with Mashable, Katie penned pieces about queerness, body positivity, sex and relationships for Gurl. She also previously contributed LGBTQ news coverage to PinkNews."
"Ambassador of quan. #GrilledCheese aficionado. Sr editor, The NonProfit Times. Tweet on nonprofit-related topics, mixing in a little baseball & journalism."
Melanie Grayce West
" WSJ Reporter. Philanthropy, general news and religion."
"CEO + Founder of @Blavity. Building community through technology. #hustlesmart -- email@example.com."
"Editor in Chief of the Nonprofit Quarterly."