Publications

Margaret Henderson

Publications

 

"Nonprofits Should Fall Back, Regroup," guest editorial Philanthropy Journal, June 22, 2011. http://www.philanthropyjournal.org/news/opinion/nonprofits-should-fall-back-regroup

“Options for Reporting Sexual Violence:  Developments Over the Past Decade,” FBI Law Enforcement Bulletin, by Sabrina Garcia and Margaret Henderson, May 2010. www2.fbi.gov/publications/leb/2010/may2010/violence_feature.htm

“Blind Reporting of Sexual Violence,” FBI Law Enforcement Bulletin, by Sabrina Garcia and Margaret Henderson, June 1999, pp. 12-16.  http://www.fbi.gov/stats-services/publications/law-enforcement-bulletin/1999-pdfs/jun99leb.pdf

“Hiring a Director for a Small Community-Based Nonprofit Agency:  A Step-by-Step Guide,” by Margaret Henderson and Kurt Jenne, Summer 2000, Popular Governmenthttp://www.mpa.unc.edu/sites/www.mpa.unc.edu/files/article4%20Henderson.pdf

“Evolution of a Nonprofit, Part 1:  Determining the Organization’s Orientation,” by Margaret Henderson, Popular Government, Vol. 70, No. 1, Fall 2004.  http://www.mpa.unc.edu/sites/www.mpa.unc.edu/files/article2%20Henderson.pdf

“Evolution of a Nonprofit, Part 2: A Suggested Process for Change,” by Margaret Henderson, Popular Government, Fall 2004, published online at http://www.mpa.unc.edu/sites/www.mpa.unc.edu/files/article2p2%20Henderson.pdf

Contributions to case studies in Board Member, published by BoardSource:

  • “Your Money or Your Mission,” September 2003, Volume 12, Number 6.
  • “Who’s the Boss?” November 2004, Volume 13, Number 7.

Publications co-authored with Lydian Altman and Gordon Whitaker, as a part of The Public Intersection Project, www.publicintersection.unc.edu:

  • “A Brief Guide to Local Government:  Twenty Questions Nonprofits Often Ask,” booklet published by the Institute of Government, Summer, 2000
  • (An expanded version of the above article was published in an Italian academic journal.)  “Il consolidamento delle relaioni tra le O np e gli enti locali; l’esperienza della Carolina del Nord, Maggio Guigna, 2002, ­Azienda Pubblica: Teora e prolemi di management.
  • “IOG Project Supports Local MH Reform Planning,” County Lines, April, 2002, p.7.
  • “Deciding to Fund Nonprofits:  Key Questions,” Summer, 2002, Popular Government.
  • “Accountability in Local Government-Nonprofit Relationships,” IQ Report, Volume 35, number 5, May 2003, International City-County Management Association.
  • “Community Problem-Solving,” Philanthropy Journal, February 24, 2004.
  • “Mutual Accountability Between Governments and Nonprofits, Moving Beyond ‘Surveillance’ to ‘Service,’” The American Review of Public Administration, Volume 34, Number 2, June 2004, SAGE Publications.
  • “Working Together,” Philanthropy Journal, August 10, 2004. (Guest column)
  • “Collaboration Calls for Mutual Accountability,” Public Management, Volume 86, Number 11, December 2004, pp. 16-20.
  • “Unhealthy Dependence,” Philanthropy Journal, December 28, 2004.
  • “Economic Impact,” Philanthropy Journal, April 11, 2005.
  • “Focus:  Partners in Public Service.  Strengthening Relationships between Local Governments and Nonprofits,” Reshape, issue #19, Summer 2006, pp 2-11.
  • The Public Intersection Toolkit, UNC School of Government, September, 2006, 135 pages.  A collection of exercises and resources for facilitators of cross-organizational efforts to collaborate to solve shared problems.
  • “Organization of Sexual Assault Programs,” the final report of a survey project sponsored by the NC Governor's Crime Commission and conducted in North Carolina during 2005-2006. 
  • "Working with Nonprofit Organizations," by Margaret Henderson, Lydian Altman, Suzanne Julian, Gordon P. Whitaker, and Eileen Youens, School of Government, University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill, 2010.
  • "Positive Problem-Solving:  How Appreciative Inquiry Works,” by Margaret Henderson, Lydian Altman, Gordon Whitaker, and Sallie Lee, ICMA, 2011.