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Alex Counts

adjunct professor of public policy
University of Maryland

Alex Counts is the executive director of the India Philanthropy Alliance, the past president of the American India Foundation and Grameen Foundation, an adjunct professor at the School for Advanced International Studies at Johns Hopkins University, a consultant to mission-driven organizations, and the author of Changing the World Without Losing Your Mind: Leadership Lessons From Three Decades of Social Entrepreneurship and Small Loans, Big Dreams: Grameen Bank and the Microfinance Revolution in Bangladesh, America and Beyond.

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Stories by this Author

  • Donor Relations

    Tips for Creating a Successful Young Professionals Program

    Young professionals may not have a lot of money to donate, but they can offer their time, energy, and ideas. Here’s how several nonprofits in India get young people involved in their work.
  • Donor Relations

    How Nonprofits Can Better Engage Young People

    Ways to market to them, make events more youth-friendly, and recruit people under 40 to your board.