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Leadership Series: LaTida Smith, Moses Taylor Foundation

About the Leadership Series Good leadership is easy to spot, but hard to define. Popular idioms point to leadership as influence, or hope, or the ability to translate vision to
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About the Leadership Series Good leadership is easy to spot, but hard to define. Popular idioms point to leadership as influence, or hope, or the ability to translate vision to
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By Eden Stiffman As originally published in The Chronicle of Philanthropy If 2020 taught us anything, it’s that projections are hard to make. Individual nonprofits and experts who study donors
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About the Leadership Series Good leadership is easy to spot, but hard to define. Popular idioms point to leadership as influence, or hope, or the ability to translate vision to reality.
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By Laura MacDonald and Megan Simmons As originally published in Nonprofit Quarterly In early October, Donald Trump’s fundraising campaign promised supporters their gifts would be matched at a rate of
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Some thoughts on decolonizing philanthropy in America In June, our neighbors were moving and offered us one of their potted fig trees. We had no experience with figs but were
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The COVID-19 pandemic has presented significant challenges to higher education. High fixed costs, declining enrollment numbers, shifts to online and hybrid models, and the cancellation of major sports have caused
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