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73: Run a Successful Nonprofit By Discovering Your Life’s Purpose | Robin Haldiman | Child Health Investment Partnership of Roanoke Valley

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Interview with Robin Haldiman, CEO of Child Health Investment Partnership of Roanoke Valley:

A graduate of Mary Baldwin College, Robin has been working for nonprofit agencies for most of her life. Robin started her nonprofit career managing a nonprofit foundation before becoming the Vice President of Planned Parenthood, and then she moved into the role she has served in now for over 21 years as the Chief Executive Officer for Child Health Investment Partnership (CHIP). CHIP seeks to pair pregnant and low-income mothers with a family case manager and community health nurse to help improve the health and school readiness of the child. Last year, the agency helped over 600 families. In her conversation with Hal, she explains more about how the agency is changing the lives of underserved children and families, the challenges she’s faced with sharing her message, and she shares advice for running a successful nonprofit agency. For more information about how you can get involved, please click here for opportunities.

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