Run a nonprofit? Want to sleep at night? The trick, said Diane Menio, leader of a small Philadelphia nonprofit advocacy group, is to establish a line of credit when times are good. It was a lesson she learned the hard way, she told me during our Executive Q&A published in Sunday's Philadelphia Inquirer.
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