Neil Ghosh is chief executive officer of SOS Children’s Villages USA, board chair of Global Youth Initiative, and former founding president of SNV USA. Neil's experience and expertise span the nonprofit, government, and private sectors.
When we build local skills, development organizations can create the platform for lasting, sustainable change. Neil Ghosh, executive vice president at Global Fund for Children, offers lessons for how and why to incorporate grassroots organizations into programming.
What can we do to prevent youth from being driven to violence as a means of expression?
Reflecting on the past six months and the year to come, Neil Ghosh, executive vice president of the Global Fund for Children, explores how we can empower youth as catalysts for social change, rather than drivers of global conflict.
The transformation of economic activity in low-income markets over the past two decades is staggering, and development executives are faced with the need to re-envision models for steering growth. Neil Ghosh and Kristin Lobron look at four big trends that global development professional must understand.
European leaders are struggling to find a pragmatic solution to the current refugee crisis. But any successful strategy must involve real and meaningful economic development, writes Global Youth Initiative's Neil Ghosh in this exclusive #AcrossBorders commentary. How can the private sector be engaged in solutions that go beyond asking for more donations?
Over recent years we have seen many integrative models that require input from both the private and nonprofit sectors. But how can these two worlds work together cohesively? Neil Ghosh, executive director of SNV, gives us the inside track in this exclusive guest column.
We need a new type of partnership manager position within corporations and NGOs to ensure high-minded rhetoric is really matched by impact on the ground, Neil Ghosh, executive director of SNV USA, writes in this guest commentary.