New Resources to Help Social Good Professionals Rethink Change | npENGAGE

New Resources to Help Social Good Professionals Rethink Change

By on Oct 27, 2020


2020 has been a rough year for many, to say the least. This year’s dual pandemics of COVID-19 and racial injustice have presented many challenges, both personal and professional. The social good sector was greatly affected, from some organizations experiencing increased demand to others having to shut down and lose important revenue streams. And many people faced the challenges that came with the pivot to working remotely, many times with others in the household also working from home or attending school virtually. 

One thing that 2020 has reminded us is that change is constant and presents challenges that can be difficult to navigate, but success depends on attitude and perseverance. Social good professionals have shown themselves to be resilient and creative and have persevered forward. 

As we look at change being the new normal for the foreseeable future, we wanted to provide resources for social good professionals to continue to be resilient and effective in their jobs, and for organizations to continue to navigate in a way that helps them have an even greater impact. That’s why we’ve released our first-ever sgENGAGE eBook and webinar series.

It’s time to rethink change – what it means, how to handle it, and how to seize the opportunities it presents. Please join us on this journey.


As the principal content strategy manager at Blackbaud, Christine combines her passions for communications and social good, managing sgENGAGE and ensuring that the company is providing content that advances the thinking of the social good community. Christine believes that effective communication is an essential aspect to achieving social impact, whether an organization is a funder, nonprofit or technology company.

Prior to joining Blackbaud, Christine worked for nearly a decade in the corporate philanthropy, where she managed global health grant programs, product donations, disaster response and program communications. She was also a UNA-USA Blogger Fellow to the 2015 Social Good Summit. You can find her on Twitter at @newman_ca.

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