Sep 24, 2020
Dr. Diana Rangaves is a Google Scholar Award-Winning Ghostwriter and Founder of Clinical Consultant Services and her ghostwriting business, Diana Rangaves Ghostwriting Services. She holds a Doctorate from the University of California, San Francisco, and has over 30 years of leadership experience and over 15 years as an academic professor. With her expertise, she offers progressive experiences in the development and oversight of academic programs, policies, and initiatives that promote student growth and achievement.
Dr. Rangaves is the author of the Rosy Posy Papillion children’s series, donating 100% of her author royalties to Pap Haven Rescue. She also donates 100% of her royalties for her growth educational books Escape into Excellence and Embrace Your Excellence to the Santa Rosa Junior College Foundation. She is also working on a new book, The Ethical Hacker, a political suspense thriller novel.
Giving is emotional, but how donors decide on which not-for-profit to partner with is entirely intentional. If this is the case, then how does a philanthropist choose a not-for-profit to channel their giving? Not only that but what can fundraising professionals do to help philanthropists make that decision ethically?
Listen to this episode of the Philanthropy212 podcast with Penny Cowden as Dr. Diana Rangaves, pharmacist, philanthropist, ethics professor, and now writer, shares insight into a donor's mind and how philanthropy professionals can improve their processes. Keep listening.