Grace Shallow, Author at Generocity Philly

Grace Shallow

Grace Shallow

Grace Shallow is the managing editor of The Temple News, the school's student-run weekly newspaper. She has interned at multiple news outlets, including Philadelphia Inquirer, WHYY and Alphr.com in London. Her favorite topics to write about include health, addiction and general human interest stories — she often says everyone has a story to tell, but you just have to ask the right questions to figure it out.

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Leadership can be lonely. Learning circles help nonprofit directors find community feature

5 hours ago

Leadership can be lonely. Learning circles help nonprofit directors find community

The Nonprofit Center at La Salle University's CLEAR Circles convene local EDs and "emerging leaders" to share lessons and offer space for self-reflection among peers.
3 local gov staffers are studying other cities’ co-ops to boost Philly’s democratic biz economy feature

Nov. 9, 2018 11:34 am

3 local gov staffers are studying other cities’ co-ops to boost Philly’s democratic biz economy

The fellows are applying their learnings to three commercial corridors: 52nd Street, Woodland Avenue and East Passyunk Avenue.
Fulphil is hosting its first pitch competition for student social entrepreneurs event

Nov. 1, 2018 11:50 pm

Fulphil is hosting its first pitch competition for student social entrepreneurs

The organization connects local university students to networks of mentors and resources. Six founders will compete for cash prizes this weekend.
How Women’s Mobile Museum is making non-traditional artists’ work accessible feature

Oct. 29, 2018 11:53 am

How Women’s Mobile Museum is making non-traditional artists’ work accessible

A traveling exhibit from Philadelphia Photo Arts Center shows off the work of 10 women without fine arts degrees and includes features for visually impaired visitors.
This innovative intake system model aims to shorten wait times for social services feature

Oct. 24, 2018 12:45 pm

This innovative intake system model aims to shorten wait times for social services

Centralized intake systems hinge on collaboration between providers. In Philadelphia, the homeless services, home visiting and legal sectors are all developing ways to bring the method to their clients.

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