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The Takeaway: The Decisions Matrix

POSTED ON July 27, 2017

  By Anne Jin Soo Preston When I was serving on the board for Springboard for the Arts, the organization experienced exponential growth in budget and staff and, as a result, a significant increase in financial and governing oversight for the board. There was a lot of confusion between what the board should weigh in […]

Our clients are doing important, amazing, transformational work! This month, we’re highlighting the work of our friends at EMERGE Community Development.   What makes the EMERGE team a group of superheroes? EMERGE’s team is passionate about addressing the challenges of people moving out of poverty who often face multiple barriers to employment, including lack of […]

At our March 16 webinar, The Board Member Fundraising Orientation, a question was asked regarding expectations and responsibilities of board members in the fundraising process.   We shared the following:   While each board member brings their own unique strengths to their role, one of the best things they can do to is to learn […]

  We love to highlight the work of our clients! For this month’s Superhero Spotlight we talked to Peter Rachleff of the East Side Freedom Library. He is the co-founder along with Beth Cleary. Here’s what he had to say:   What makes their team superheroes? The East Side Freedom Library (ESFL) began as a […]

  As advisors to superheros, we take great pride in working with our clients and highlighting their amazing work. This superhero spotlight is about the The Minnesota Board on Aging. What makes their team superheroes? The Minnesota Board on Aging, its staff and its close working local partners – the Area Agencies on Aging don’t think of themselves […]

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