Regis University - Master of Nonprofit Management (MNM)

Address: 3333 Regis Blvd K-24, Denver, CO 80221
Description: Regis University’s Master of Nonprofit Management (MNM) is a degree and an instrument of change. In this program, the next generation of nonprofit leaders is learning how to innovate and promote advancement of the nonprofit sector, exploring issues of social justice, and developing the skills to create positive change in the world. Regis University is proud to stand among the 28 Jesuit colleges and universities in the United States, which share the Jesuit vision of a values-centered education. This vision shapes intelligent decision-making and strengthens commitment to community service. Working with faculty who have real-world experience and stay current on the latest trends in industry students understand how their knowledge can be applied to real world situations, Regis nurtures the life of the mind and the pursuit of truth within an environment conducive to effective teaching, learning and personal development.

Research Specialty: History, Theory and Future of Nonprofit Sector, Social Justice for the Nonprofit Sector, Strategic Training for Effective NGO Management, The International 3rd Sector, Service Oriented Field Experience (SOFE), Research and Analysis for the NP Sector, Financial Resource Development and Management for the NP Sector, NP Program Development & Evaluation

Subject Terms: Graduate Degree, History and Theory of Sector, Service-Oriented Field Experience
NACC Representative: M. D. Kinoti, Ph.D.
Representative Bio: Dr. M.D. Kinoti (Associate Professor Master of Nonprofit Management) has over 20 years of professional experience in community development, working with World Vision International in rural and urban community development in East Africa, youth and community development in Los Angeles, and in developing training materials for transformational community development through water, sanitation and hygiene (WASH) for use in Africa, Asia, and Latin America through Life water International. Kinoti’s career in active international community development, peacebuilding, and teaching have led to his involvement in numerous consulting roles with national and international non-governmental organizations’ especially in leadership development and in designing strategic cross-cultural programming to meet perceived needs. Kinoti holds degrees in sociology, Intercultural studies and Innovation & Development. He researches and teaches graduate courses in Strategic NGO Management and the International Nongovernemental Organizations (INGOs).  He is a board member of several NPOs and NGOs including Farm Concern International, and the Colorado Nonprofit Association. In addition to representing Regis University within NACC, Kinoti was also the Co-Chair of the Host Committee for the 43rd Association for Research on Nonprofit Organizations and Voluntary Action (ARNOVA) in 2014.