INIE is hiring an administrative assistant.  Check the "Job Board" under "Resources" for more information.



INIE’s Nonprofit After Dark Networking Social provides an opportunity to connect with others from across the social sector and upgrade one’s professional and personal networks. 

INIE Presents: Nonprofit After Dark at Table23

Join us on from 4:00 PM - 6:00 PM at Table23 for another edition of INIE After Dark. Come get to know some of the nonprofit organization leaders in the Tallahassee area and learn what INIE has in store for the rest of 2022! 
June 2nd from 4:00 PM- 6:00 PM 
1215 Thomasville Rd, Tallahassee, FL 32303 


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Applications for the 2022 Grant Writing Contest can now be submitted! 

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Springing into INIE with a Member EXCLUSIVE event

For more information about this event including a member exclusive Arthur Brooks PowerPoint and video presentation, click here or check out the "Spring into INIE!" tab at the top of the page!  


Announcing INIE's New Executive Director -- Kim Grippa


Kim Grippa is an attorney, business strategist, administrator, educator, and nonprofit founder.  She understands the challenges faced by nonprofits on the road to success.  Serving as Executive Director at INIE allows her to support and advocate for the countless unsung heroes who work tirelessly at nonprofits every day to make their community a better place for all.  

 A passion for teaching and helping others succeed has guided Kim throughout her career.  She has served as a faculty member at the FSU College of Law and Department Chair and Senior Professor at Daytona State College’s School of Business Administration. Watching students cross the finish line at graduation have been some of her most rewarding moments career-wise.  She is an avid volunteer and pro bono legal advocate.  She started a nonprofit,  Shine NOW, in 2020 with a mission to identify and address barriers to the success of women in the workplace through education, empowerment, and advocacy.

 Kim has extensive experience in the public sector as well.  She served as Cabinet Aide to a former Florida Secretary of State where she advised on matters coming before the Governor and Cabinet for decision. 

 Kim Grippa graduated summa cum laude from the State University of New York at Albany in 1992 with a Bachelor of Science degree in Business Administration.  She is also a 1997 graduate, with honors, of the Florida State University College of Law.  Kim was an associate attorney at Hopping, Green, Sams & Smith and the founder of her own solo practice law firm. She is also a certified circuit court mediator.  

Contact Info:

Kim Grippa
Institute for Nonprofit Innovation and Excellence
a: 300 West Pensacola Street, Tallahassee, FL 32301 p: (850) 201-9766
w:  MyINIE.org   e: [email protected]



The Institute for Nonprofit Innovation and Excellence (INIE) is a management support organization founded in 2014 to strengthen the capacity and impact of the nonprofit sector through education, collaboration and advocacy.

Through a focus on capacity-building, collaboration and creativity, INIE works to enhance the nonprofit sector and ensure that it continues to serve as a driving force for this region’s economy and quality of life. In addition to offering trainings and workshops for nonprofit leaders on topics such as fundraising, finance, communications, strategic planning and more, INIE works strategically to leverage resources on nonprofits’ behalf.