The NonProfit Times announces Influential Top 50 for 2009.
Commissionery Israel L. Gaither is included for the fourth consecutive year.
The NonProfit Times, a leading business publication covering the nonprofit sector, released its 12th annual Power and Influence Top 50 list, which this year reflects the growing importance of the national service movement. Executives were selected for “the impact they have now and for the innovative plans they are putting in place to evolve the charitable sector.”
For the fourth consecutive year, Commissioner Israel L. Gaither, national commander of the Salvation Army, is included in the list of influential nonprofit executives.
The Top 50 selection is based on nominations from editorial staff of The NonProfit Times, its contributing editors, suggestions from former nominees and a few selected, plugged-in people. More than 250 people were nominated this year.
According to The NonProfit Times, “executives who mobilize the masses for good and who manage their resources while blazing a path for others to follow make up the Power and Influence honorees this year.”
Eighteen individuals made their debut to the list this year.
The honorees will be feted for their work at The NonProfit Times Power and Influence Top 50 Gala in September at the National Press Club in Washington, D.C.—a night of “high-level exchange between executives who can move a nation.”
Download the Top 50 list at: nptimes.com.