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A Great Example of How a Community Can Learn and Work Together

In 2004, I graduated from Leadership Greater Washington – a 10-month program that included a cross-sector of leaders who came together once a month to learn about the various issues facing our region: education, housing, health, etc. At the time, … Continue reading

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CSR in a Trump World

Since the election, I have tried primarily to avoid reading political articles arguing for or against our incoming President-elect and his administration. It just gets me too riled up. And, because I do think that Donald Trump is outside the … Continue reading

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Five Lessons that Also Apply to Nonprofits

The Stanford Social Innovation Review recently published “Five Lessons for New Philanthropists.” As I read the article, I couldn’t help but see the strong correlation to how these lessons can also apply for nonprofits: Scan the ecosystem first. The nonprofit … Continue reading

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