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          Toni Pergolin

          Toni Pergolin

          Toni Pergolin, author of Too Important to Fail: Leadership Lessons for Nonprofits, is a highly regarded strategic leader with acute financial acumen who has successfully grown companies organically and through mergers and acquisitions. Currently serving as President and CEO of Bancroft, one of the largest human services providers in New Jersey and the Greater Philadelphia region, she has more than doubled the size of the company in ten years. Her ability to lead nonprofit organizations with a focus on delivering excellence with a healthy margin has resulted in a decade of profitable returns enabling reinvestment in the organization¡¯s mission.

          Pergolin was selected as one of the 50 most influential people in South Jersey by South Jersey Biz in 2015, was among The Who¡¯s Who in Healthcare in South Jersey in 2017 and was included in SJ Magazine¡¯s Women of Excellence in 2019.

          Interviews with Toni Pergolin»See allInterviews RSS Feed

          Toni Pergolin joins Jim Blasingame to debunk the myth of non-profits by declaring that without a profit margin, a non-profit can¡¯t deliver its mission, plus leadership styles that are conducive to successful non-profit operation.
          Toni Pergolin joins Jim Blasingame to reveal why every non-profit organization has to operate at a level of profit in order to capitalize the services they were founded to deliver.
          Why even non-profit organizations have to make a profit
          Toni Pergolin joins Jim Blasingame to reveal why every non-profit organization has to operate at a level of profit in order to capitalize the services they were founded to deliver.

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