Category Archives: community and government

Nelson Mandela Day

“A good mind and a good heart are a formidible combination.” — Nelson Mandela, b. July 18, 1918. http://m.nelsonmandela.org/ Advertisements

Posted in community and government, leadership

Healthcare: not rocket science

Look both ways, wash your hands, hold the door, say thank you. Common sense leadership, courtesy of Mom. Mothers, grandmothers, yentas and papous (“grandfather” in Greek) will also tell you that you need your sleep or you won’t be any … Continue reading

Posted in community and government, education, health, new economy, partnerships, social media, social networking

Grand Rapids loves American Pie

Thanks to Dayton City Commissioner Nan Whaley for passing this along.

Posted in community and government, media, Uncategorized

High Fundraising Standards Big Factor in Public Trust – Press – AFP

Just a reminder of how high the stakes are for nonprofit organizations. Ethical fundraising is the number one reason people come to trust a particular charity, according to a recent survey conducted in Britain. via High Fundraising Standards Big Factor … Continue reading

Posted in buyer persona, community and government, education

Best way to help kids

Keeping the school zones free of harrassment is important for girls, but I would argue the same points below for boys, too. http://www.nwlc.org/resource/what-would-succesful-safe-and-healthy-school-look-girls

Posted in community and government, education, health

Kent State on the mark with collaboration

Intergovernmental collaboration = good. Thanks from friends at Burges and Burges – http://www.kent.edu/intergovernmentalcollaboration/upload/105-collaborative-ideas-

Posted in community and government, Ohio

Happy, Confident Girls

Healthy, Confident Girls = Healthy, Confident Women. It’s a win-win for everyone, right guys? Title 9 has brought girls sports up to par with the boys’ offerings for years now. Too bad we had to legislate that one. But there … Continue reading

Posted in community and government, Ohio