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... directors identify it as one of the most important areas for board improvement. What to do? Good news: there’s ... Developer; Hrishue Mahalaha , Managing Partner, Innovation Economy Partners; Beth Maiden, Executive Director, Erie ...
Over the last several years, the public and philanthropic sectors have been developing and experimenting with new and creative approaches to solving social problems in response to the increasing recognition that complex problems require complex solutions. Some of these efforts may be described as truly experimental, in that they are using new untested practices or models, making serious attempts to affect systems change, and using innovative technologies to improve the social well-being of many.
... the power of their cities and towns to build sustainable, equitable, and prosperous communities for all residents. To ...
Echoing Justice is an action research project of the Echo Justice Communications Collaborative—a multi-year initiative to incubate, innovate, and implement movement building communications strategies that strengthen racial justice alliances and their impact.
... The Columbus Foundation, visit http://columbusfoundation.org/giving/types-of-funds/special-initiatives/the-big-table . ...
... high-quality data and in supporting research. We know that equal access to good data is critical to understanding and ...
... or obese by their sixth birthday. Recognizing that a focus on the first five years of a child’s life holds great ... working to ramp up and replicate promising solutions that focus on the period of life before school, and possibly even ...
... on successes and challenges in creating a more diverse, equitable, and inclusive sector. D5 State of the Work 2014 ...
The report of the new commission on the skills of the american workforce.
Community Foundation Members
Affinity Group Convening - Family Foundation Leadership - Learning Institute 2016
The education of English language learners (ELLs) is a matter of increasing urgency for the philanthropic community concerned about education and youth. English language learners are students who enter school without the English language skills needed to participate in and access the academic curriculum.
How the government can partner with impact investors to unleash new capital, talent and energy for maximum impact.
Family foundations share strategies for defining, measuring and tracking internal, family-focused and external, community-focused missions.
This paper discusses a pathbreaking strategy in Cleveland, Ohio, that addressed many of these issues by generating local wealth, economic opportunity, and jobs. The strategy was designed and implemented by the nonprofit University Hospitals (UH) in close partnership with the Office of the Mayor and local building trade unions.
... chance to directly share our ideas about philanthropy and voice our concerns about what impacts our industry to our ... role of the Ohio philanthropic sector in a unified voice. Meeting with Ohio legislators gave us a chance to ...
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Wednesday, April 17, 2019 -
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Philanthropy Ohio Central Ohio office
... leading; and Build competencies and practices in key skill areas. Dates April 17, May 13, June 21, July 19 and August ...
... health policy agenda in Ohio to include a more balanced focus on the factors that shape our health both inside and ...