Last year was perhaps THE most difficult year for nonprofit organizations (as well as businesses) and projections are that anywhere from 11-38% of nonprofits may go out of business or merge with other organizations within the next three years, as a direct result of the Covid-19 pandemic.
Take a listen to this interview to discover how one woman is making life a little easier for nonprofits…
Sevetri Wilson is CEO of Resilia, a company she formed in 2016 that has served thousands of nonprofits with her tech company.
Watch our interview as I ask Ms. Wilson:
And of course we chat about other really relevant topics including:
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To learn more about the Resilia, go to: https://www.resilia.com/
Sevetri Wilson , Founder & CEO, Resilia
Sevetri Wilson is the Founder and CEO of technology startup Resilia, founded in 2016. Headquartered in New Orleans with a second office in New York, Resilia is revolutionizing how nonprofits are created and maintained, and how enterprises (cities, private foundations, and corporations) scale impact. The company has raised over $10M in venture capital to date.
In September 2020, Sevetri was named a Rising Star on the Forbes Cloud 100 List. Resilia was named to Venture Beat’s top startups to watch out for in 2019; also in 2019, Sevetri was named to Inc. Magazine’s 100 Female Founders building world-changing companies and to PitchBook’s 27 leading black founders and investor list. Prior to Resilia, she founded Solid Ground Innovations, LLC., a strategic communications agency and authored Solid Ground: How I Built a 7 Figure Company at 22 with Zero Capital. Her book spent 6 weeks at #1 on Amazon in the startup category.
Sevetri is a 2010 recipient of the Nobel Prize for Public Service, the Jefferson Award; and her work was featured in the U.S. Senate report to the White House on Volunteerism in the U.S. Sevetri’s work and that of her clients has been featured in national publications such as USA Today, Time Magazine, and CNN. She serves as a voice for communities as a Forbes contributor and has amassed over 200,000 followers across social media.
You can find her on social @ sevetriwilson or via Linkedin at https://www.linkedin.com/in/sevetriwilson/