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I applaud these steps and I wonder, what of their #evaluationstrategies? Thanks to Deanna Fowler, MPH, I became familiar with Temple University grad and Philadelphia native Jara Dean-Coffey. In the October 2018 edition of American Journal of Evaluation, Dean-Coffey published “What’s Race Got to Do...
Saturday, I took a full day off knowing that I’d be back at the desk again today to meet a deadline. We checked out a place called Newlin Grist Mill Park. Wandering through the property I spotted a fox, three deer, a few unused railroad bridges, and two cozy spring houses as well as an overgrown...
Today, my cozy #WFH work place is nestled under my basement staircase, which I love. My current domain harkens back to when I was working for Saint Leo University. There were ten or so people on the #admissions team and I was the newest member, filling an additional outreach and counseling #role. It...
How to stem the national average* loss of 50%+ of donors from one year to the next [Second post in series]: 1. Provide #networking opportunities for donor clusters to learn more about their #impact and to meet others with common interests. 2. Get out a pen and send a handwritten thank you note. 3...
Example: Are College #Sports Sustainable after the Pandemic? A slow and low showing in #athletic competitions marks another semester with games canceled or limited. Coupled with #campus #shutdowns and quarantines, the future of college athletics is up in the air. My alma mater's expert on college...