Grace L Schultz
 Title: Associate Professor
Nonprofit Management
 Dept: Urban Studies
 Office: UR 322
 Phone: 216-523-7490
 Address: 2121 Euclid Ave. UR 322, Cleveland, OH 44115

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Research Keywords:
Nonprofit management, Nonprofit revenue diversification, Disaster preparedness, Civil society organizations, International NGOs
Ph.D., Public Policy, Georgia State University & Georgia Institute of Technology, 2009
MPA, Nonprofit Management, Georgia State University, 2004
B.A., Education (Hons), Africa University, 2000
Brief Bio:
Dr. Grace Chikoto-Schultz is an Associate Professor of Nonprofit Management in the Maxine Goodman Levin College of Urban Affairs at Cleveland State University. She has experience working in an International NGO research environment, and prior to joining the Levin College of Urban Affairs, Dr. Chikoto-Schultz also served as a Assistant Professor at the University of Wisconi-Milwaukee for several years, and as an Associate Profesor at Portland State University. Her research interests lie in the nonprofit field, primarily focusing on nonprofit financial health and funding streams, disaster preparedness, and INGO/Civil Society Organizations/INGO-state relations. Her works have been published in Nonprofit and Voluntary Sector Quarterly, Nonprofit Management & Leadership, Nonprofit Policy Forum, and Public Administration Review journals.
Honors and Awards:
Outstanding Teacher, CUPA - Portland State University (2019-2020)
Research Interests:
Nonprofit financing (revenue streams); Revenue Diversification; Nonprofit financial health; Nonprofit disaster preparedness; Civil Society Organizations/INGO-state relations
Teaching Areas:
Nonprofit Management; Program Evaluation; Ethics in the Public Sector; International Perspectives on Disaster Preparedness & Resilience; INGOs; Nonprofit Revenue Streams
Professional Affiliations:
Association for Research on Nonprofit Organizations and Voluntary Action (ARNOVA); International Society for Third-Sector Research (ISTR); Research Advisory Network (RAN) of theNational Center on Nonprofit Enterprise (NCNE); Nonprofit Management & Leadership journal
Community Service:
Nonprofit Disaster Preparedness Research Projects with the Nonprofit Association of Oregon (NAO)

┬┐Friday Forum: Between the Cracks: Will essential health and human services survive "The Big One?" (February 1, 2019). With Jim White (NAO), Chris Ross (Multnomah County), Kerry Kozuki (501 Commons), moderator: Anne Castleton: Portland, Oregon.

"Are Those Who Serve Also Prepared? Findings from the Oregon Nonprofit Disaster Preparedness Survey." (November 13, 2018). Presentation with Jim White (NAO). Portland State University┬┐s ICDR Speaker Series.