In our last post, we examined the hypothetical example of Jane Doe, Executive Director of Money University, a 501(c)(3) organization that teaches lower income people the principles of money management. To recap, Jane is a founder, board member and primary instructor. Jane is also an author who has written a number of books that Money U. would like to sell (see Part I for a full discussion).
Part II of our discussion will focus on a different scenario. As part of Money U.’s future program plans, the board has expressed a desire for Jane to create curriculum to be used in its classes. What are some of the possibilities?