NonProfit Times Names 2014 ‘Top 50’ Sector Influencers

NonProfit Times Names 2014 ‘Top 50’ Sector Influencers

The NonProfit Times, a leading nonprofit business publication, has released its seventeenth annual list.

This year, the list includes seventeen first-time honorees and three others who were returned to the list after an absence of at least a year. New to the list are Jeffrey Bradach, managing partner and co-founder of the ; Sonya Campion, trustee and co-founder of the ; Michael Chatman, senior vice president of philanthropy at the ; Elizabeth Darling, president and CEO of the ; Jacob Harold, CEO of ; Jim Gibbons, president and CEO of ; Chad Griffin, president of the ; Nick Johnson, vice president at the ; Terri Ludwig, president and CEO of ; Margarette Purvis, president and CEO of the ; Robert K. Ross, president and CEO of the ; Douglas Rutzen, president and CEO of the ; Thomas Saenz, president and general counsel of the ; Rabbi David Saperstein, director and counsel of the ; Michael Silberman, global director, digital mobilization lab at ; Henry Timms, executive director of the ; and Michael Waldman, president of the .

Leaders in the sector returning to the list after an absence of at least a year include Phil Buchanan, president of the ; Eileen R. Heisman, president and CEO of the National Philanthropic Trust; and Patty Stonesifer, president and CEO of.

Several of this year's honorees have been on the list at least ten times. They include Diana Aviv, president and CEO of (eleven); Emmett Carson, president and CEO of the (thirteen); Brian Gallagher, president and CEO of (eleven); Bill Gates, co-founder of the (ten); John H. Graham IV, president and CEO of (eleven); John R. Seffrin, CEO of the (eleven); and Gene Tempel, founding dean of the (thirteen).

For the complete list, visit the NonProfit Times website.

Paul Clolery. "." NonProfit Times 08/01/2014.