NXTMission Austin: Transforming the ways Texas Homeless Network Operates  

Texas Homeless Network receives access to the NXTBoard Platform and Consulting Services

Austin, TX (May 22, 2019) – NXTBoard, the Austin-based company that helps boards transform the way they work through the first-of-its-kind board portal that combines both board management and strategic planning features, in collaboration with GivingCity Austin, the guide to doing good in Austin, is pleased to recognize Texas Homeless Network as the winner of NXTMission Austin. As the winner of NXTMission Austin, Texas Homeless Network has been awarded a complimentary three-year license of the NXTBoard platform along with a year-long board transformation consulting engagement.

NXTMission Austin was a city-wide search for the most-deserving non-profit organization to help transform a board’s operations by enabling them to streamline processes, drive accountability, defeat dysfunction and achieve outcomes. NXTMission Austin launched in January 2019 and accepted nominations through April. In early May, NXTMission Austin enabled the community to vote and select the winner, and Texas Homeless Network prevailed.

With NXTBoard, regardless of board type, users can plan all aspects of a meeting, from agendas to plans to supporting documentation to keeping minutes, as well as set, track and monitor goals, making the day-to-day of being a board member easier and more importantly helping boards have a greater impact in their community. Additionally, NXTBoard’s consulting services provides boards the ability to truly understand their roles and responsibilities in delivering good governance.

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“We are excited to apply our non-profit expertise to Texas Homeless Network to transform the way a board operates, allowing it the opportunity to be more efficient, transparent, outcome focused and more readily able to support the organization in achieving its goals,” said Jeff Allyn, NXTBoard CEO. “The three-year license to our platform coupled with our consulting services will enable Texas Homeless Network to better achieve its overall vision and mission.”

“We’ve been delighted with the interest of NXTMission Austin by our vibrant non-profit community in Austin,” said Monica Maldonado Williams, publisher and editor, GivingCityAustin. “It was a delight to partner with NXTBoard to empower Austin-based non-profit organizations to better serve the community with  transformational tools and expertise.”

“We lead Texas communities to make homelessness rare, brief and non-recurring,” said Sophia Checa, Director of Continuum of Care Programs, Texas Homeless Network. “We are thrilled to partner with NXTBoard to build infrastructure and processes that will support current and future board members to have manageable and meaningful service terms that will go beyond meeting required mandates to excelling and fulfilling our mission of preventing and ending homelessness in the Texas Balance of State Continuum of Care.

 

About NXTBoard

Based in Austin, TX, NXTBoard delivers board management software and consulting services to help boards transform the way they work. NXTBoard’s first-of its-kind board portal helps boards  go beyond board management and shift the focus from administering meetings to driving action. By working with NXTBoard, boards can operate at the highest level of governance today and as governance evolves. For more information, visit www.nxtboard.com.

About GivingCityAustin

GivingCityAustin is a multi-platform media company that helps people support the causes they care about by serving as the guide to doing good. We publish the news, features, and stories that help people understand the nonprofit sector and social good, and how they can get involved. For more information, visit https://www.givingcityaustin.com/.

About Texas Homeless Network

Texas Homeless Network (THN) is a non-profit membership-based organization helping communities strategically plan to prevent and end homelessness. THN works to end homelessness in Texas by collaborating with all communities, large and small, across the state to build systems to achieve this goal. THN coordinates local and national advocacy efforts, conducts data collection and research, hosts an annual statewide conference, and serves as the lead agency for the Texas Balance of State Continuum of Care (CoC), assisting  with the coordination of programs and funding. For more information, visit https://www.thn.org/