~ Nonprofit Leadership
Nonprofits play such important roles in public policy that Jodi's scholarship has explored what it takes to manage and lead nonprofit service and philanthropic organizations. Some helpful resources are found here:
Sandfort, Jodi, 2014. “Analyzing the Practice of Nonprofit Advocacy: Comparing Two Human Services Networks,” Nonprofits and Advocacy: Engaging Community and Government in an Era of Retrenchment, edited by Robert J. Pekkhanen, Steven Rathgeb Smith, Yutaka Tsujinaka. Johns Hopkins University Press, Baltimore, Maryland, 222-253.
Office of Economic Opportunity: Capitalizing on a Nonprofit Network (with Ahna Minge), multimedia e-Case, 2013
Sandfort, Jodi and Laura Bloomberg, 2012. “InCommons: Supporting Community-Based Leadership,” Community Development. 43(1): 12-30.
Bridge to Benefits (with Maura Schramko), multimedia e-Case, 2011
Government-Nonprofit Relationships (with Micah Intermill), Video Brief, 2011
Implementing an Alternative to Refund Anticipation Loans at Accountability Minnesota (with Jackie Aman and Kate Connors), Multimedia Simulation, 2011
Sandfort, Jodi R. 2011. “Implementing the Earned Income Tax Credit at Accountability Minnesota,” Teaching Case – A, B, and C segments. Winner of the Snow Foundation Award for Case in Collaborative Public Management. Maxwell School of Public Affairs, Syracuse University.
Eichers Penkert, Catherine, Nicholas Dobbins, and Jodi Sandfort. 2009. “Kujichagulia: Actively Building a Public-Nonprofit-Community Partnership.” Teaching Case – A and B segments. 1st place winner of international, double-blind peer-reviewed competition, Maxwell School of Public Affairs, Syracuse
Stone, Melissa M. and Jodi R. Sandfort. 2009. “Building a Policy Fields Framework to Inform Research on Nonprofit Organizations,” Nonprofit and Voluntary Sector Quarterly. December. 38(6), 1054-1075.
Sandfort, Jodi. 2008. “Using Lessons from Public Affairs to Inform Strategic Philanthropy,” Nonprofit and Voluntary Sector Quarterly. September. 37:3, 537-552.
Sandfort, Jodi R. and Timothy Dykstal, 2007. “Trust as an Asset: The MACC Alliance of Connected Communities,” Teaching Case – A and B segments. 1st place winner of international, double-blind peer reviewed competition, Maxwell School of Public Affairs, Syracuse University.
Sandfort, Jodi R. 2005. “Case de Esperanza,” Teaching Case – A, B, and C segments. Nonprofit Management and Leadership, 15:3; 15:4; 16:1. Also published at the Center for Women and Public Policy, Humphrey Institute of Public Affairs and at the Electronic Hallway, Evans School of Public Affairs, University of Washington.
Sandfort, Jodi R. 2004. “Trying to Dance to Syncopated Rhythm: The Dynamics of Government Funding for Nonprofits,” Nonprofit Quarterly, Fall.
Sowa, Jessica, Sally Coleman Selden, and Jodi Sandfort. 2004. “No Longer ‘Unmeasurable?’: A Multidimensional Integrated Model of Nonprofit Organizational Effectiveness," Nonprofit and Voluntary Sector Quarterly, 33:4, 711-728.