Central Issue: Whether to merge or dissolve a Baltimore nonprofit upon the resignation of the Ex...

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1. Students / the Community

1.1. Relationship: Depend on the supplies provided to learn.

1.2. Outcome: Need the organization to continue operating.

1.3. Loyalties: Loyal to the services provided.

1.4. Losses: Would be significantly disadvantaged if the organization closed.

2. Board of Directors

2.1. Relationship: We preside over the organization, and make all final decisions.

2.2. Outcome: We want what is best for the organization, and all those involved.

2.3. Loyalties: We are loyal to the organization and its stakeholders. However, we must hold true to our duty, to make appropriate fact based decisions.

2.4. Loses: It is a harsh reality, that we may have to dissolve the organization based on several factors.

3. Organizational Workers

3.1. Relationship: They have a connection to the organization, the mission, and services provided. They also depend on the organization for financial sustainability.

3.2. Outcome: They want the organization to continue serving the community, even if it means merging.

3.3. Loyalties: They are loyal to the organization and the community.

3.4. Losses: The organization, the community, and financial sustainability.

4. School Districts / Teachers

4.1. Relationship: Depend on the organization to offset the cost of school supplies.

4.2. Outcome: Would appreciate if the organization continued to operate.

4.3. Loyalties: Loyal to the services provided to their students.

4.4. Losses: The supplies provided to their students.