Atlas Corps CEO Scott Beale Recognized Amongst Top Nonprofit Leaders

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Washington D.C. (August 1, 2016)Atlas Corps Founder and CEO, Scott Beale, received the distinct honor of being named to the “Power & Influence Top 50 2016” by The NonProfit Times.

The list, in its 19th year, annually honors the nonprofit sector’s most influential leaders. This recognition is an organizational milestone that recognizes the achievements that Scott and Atlas Corps have made within the sector through the innovative use of long-term professional exchange. It is a recognition especially significant as Atlas Corps celebrates 10 years in 2016.

“This honor is a team win for Atlas Corps,” shared Scott. “It reflects the achievement of our 10 years of developing leaders. It is also a result of our partnership with the White House and State Department, the Emerging Global Leaders Initiative. It is a testament to our amazing Fellows, wonderful Host Organizations, and incredible team.”

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Under Scott’s leadership, Atlas Corps launched an innovative method of developing and connecting global leaders by providing 6-18 month, overseas fellowships for nonprofit professionals from around the world. The Atlas Corps network includes more than 500 leaders from 76 different countries who have served at 200 Host Organizations in the United States, Colombia, and Australia.

Atlas Corps congratulates this year’s nominees and gives a special shout out to individuals from our Host Organizations, which include: American Express Foundation, InterAction, Save the Children, and the UN Foundation.

Scott Beale and the other awardees will be honored at a ceremony at the National Press Club next month.

About Atlas Corps

Atlas Corps, started in 2006, is an international network of nonprofit leaders and organizations that promotes innovation, cooperation, and solutions to address the world’s 21st century challenges. Our mission is to address critical social issues by developing leaders, strengthening organizations, and promoting innovation through an overseas fellowship of skilled nonprofit professionals. Profiled as a “best practice” in international exchange by the Brookings Institution and World Economic Forum, featured in the Washington Post and Forbes as a model social entrepreneurship program, and recognized as a Top 10 International Voluntary Exchange Program by the U.S. Center for Citizen Diplomacy, Atlas Corps engages leaders committed to the nonprofit sector in 6 to 18 month, professional fellowships at organizations (like Ashoka, Peace Corps, and Nike Foundation) to learn best practices, build organizational capacity, and return home to create a network of global changemakers. Our network of Fellows includes more than 500 nonprofit leaders from 76 countries and 200 Host Organizations. Recently, we launched a State Department partnership as part of a White House Initiative to engage 100 civil society leaders in our Fellowship – Emerging Global Leaders Initiative-Atlas Corps Fellowship.

Celebrate with Scott Beale and Atlas Corps at the Atlas Corps 10th Anniversary Gala on November 19, 2016, in Washington, DC.