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Eco-Justice Center staff to participate in Mission Fuel

Eco-Justice Center staff will participate in Mission Fuel, a program through Cardinal Stritch University specifically designed for non-profit leaders. The Mission Fuel program applies a business accelerator model to assist nonprofit leadership teams with developing and implementing strategies to diversify revenue streams, become more entrepreneurial, and ultimately realize a more stable and self-sustainable future.

“We are excited to welcome the exceptionally talented leaders who will comprise our next cohort,” said Dr. Mark Gesner, Founding Executive Director of Mission Fuel.  “It’s clear from our interviews that we are bringing together a group of nonprofit executives who are ready to not only infuse their missions with necessary financial margin, but who are also poised to deepen their impact at a time when business saavy, mission-driven leadership is critically important for our communities to not only survive, but to thrive.”

Launched in 2017, Mission Fuel is transforming non-profit organizations across Wisconsin. Forty-nine leaders from 21 nonprofit organizations have participated in the first three Mission Fuel cohorts. The program received the BizTimes Media's 2020 Nonprofit Excellence Award for Social Enterprise, which recognizes a nonprofit organization that demonstrates creative application of the principles of social enterprise in the operation and funding of the organization.

“With support from SC Johnson, Eco-Justice Center staff are thrilled to join the Mission Fuel program. EJC is currently developing a three-year strategic plan and we know Mission Fuel will pair perfectly with moving the plan, and our mission forward,” said MaryLynn Conter Strack, Executive Director of the Eco-Justice Center.