Allison Cain is the managing director of the Lifeline Theatre in Chicago. Here she discusses her role in the theater and in managing the nonprofit organization.
- Type of Content: In Practice
- Title: Nonprofit Management: Lifeline Theatre
- Publisher: SAGE Publications, Ltd.
- Publication year: 2016
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- Discipline: Business & Management
- Subject: Public Sector & Non-Profit Marketing, General Business & Management
- Duration: 00:26:24
- Keywords: accessibility, accessibility (for disabled), acting (drama), actors, administration, advertising, art, art programs, artistic creation, arts and humanities, arts and public support, arts centers, auditing, autism, blindness, board members, book keeping, budget setting, budgeting, Chicago, community benefits, community development, community service, community youth development, continuing education, corporation, cultural enrichment, cultural organizations, deafness, deafness and hearing loss, donations, donors, education, employees, fund raising, grants (funding), household income, human resources, internship programs, internships, letter writing, maintaining relationships, management, management and leadership, mission, missions and mission statements, money, nonprofit organizations, non-profitmaking organizations, nonprofits, operating costs, payroll taxes, poverty, poverty and education, professional development, public schools, recruitment, residency programs, risk aversion, Saints, Salaries, Salaries and wages, Social services, Speeches (public speaking), Sponsored educational material, Sponsorship, Staff (employees), Steam, Student diversity, taxes, theater, theater arts, theater education, trends, volunteers, youth
Lifeline Theatre, 1983-
The Saints, 1980-
Practitioner: Allison CainOnline ISBN:9781473988453Copyright: (c) SAGE Publications Ltd., 2016