This short book (36 pages) is a summary of my experience working with one of the largest n-profits in Wisconsin. Sh*t into Sugar probably won't win a Pulitzer Prize, but the story is sure to hit home with everyone from those who work in n-profits to those who own businesses. Like the artist who sells CDs out of his or her trunk to get their foot in the door, this is my underground CD (except it's a book). If you are expecting a well-polished publishing house tome, this is t the book for you; that book will come soon eugh. Stay tuned, and remember that you can always turn Sh*t into Sugar.
Born in Milwaukee, Wisconsin, M. E. Nash is a writer and a human services worker. With a Master's Degree in Management/Business from UW-Milwaukee and over 14 years of experience with non-profits she has worked with everyone from at-risk youth to executives. M. E. Nash is a voice for all people and an advocate for racial equality and social justice. She currently resides in Milwaukee and is working to publish her first novel.