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Power Moves: City Hall shakeups, nonprofit departures and a new poet laureate column

Jan. 16, 2018 1:49 pm

Power Moves: City Hall shakeups, nonprofit departures and a new poet laureate

Leadership changes in Philly's commerce, public health and innovation and technology departments — plus, Sustainable Business Network is out of a policy manager, and CASA Youth Advocates has a new ED.
It’s time for Philly to invest in Philly column

Jan. 11, 2018 1:17 pm

It’s time for Philly to invest in Philly

Columnist Tivoni Devor advocates for redistributing the city's pension fund and introducing a public bank for the sake of strengthening the city's workforce. Hear him out.
On the Market: 15 jobs to make a positive impact on Philly column

Jan. 10, 2018 2:42 pm

On the Market: 15 jobs to make a positive impact on Philly

Open roles in music education, animal rights, sustainable business advocacy, legal services and more.
Power Moves: Philly’s new DA and Science Center’s exiting CEO column

Jan. 5, 2018 12:55 pm

Power Moves: Philly’s new DA and Science Center’s exiting CEO

Plus, Emerge Pennsylvania and Tribe 12 announced their latest cohorts, Public Citizens for Children and Youth has a stacked new advisory board and five more leadership changes in the local social impact community.
Should I give to paid canvassers? column

Jan. 4, 2018 9:39 am

Should I give to paid canvassers?

"How to Give" columnist Lansie Sylvia's not a fan. Here's why.
Philly’s poverty problem is also a housing security problem column

Dec. 21, 2017 7:21 am

Philly’s poverty problem is also a housing security problem

Columnist Akeem Dixon talks with Habitat for Humanity Philadelphia's Kathryn Fernandez about holiday giving and housing in the nation's poorest big city.
Here’s your keep-it-local Philly gift guide: 2017 edition column

Dec. 6, 2017 12:52 pm

Here’s your keep-it-local Philly gift guide: 2017 edition

Gifts that give back to Career Wardrobe, Mütter Museum, Habitat for Humanity, public school music programs and more.
Join or die: Why nonprofits must consider mergers column

Dec. 4, 2017 5:05 pm

Join or die: Why nonprofits must consider mergers

Columnist Tivoni Devor argues in their current fragile state, Philadelphia nonprofits should do as Ben Franklin intended.
Power Moves: Nina Ahmad has resigned as deputy mayor to run for Congress column

Nov. 30, 2017 11:47 am

Power Moves: Nina Ahmad has resigned as deputy mayor to run for Congress

Plus, Benefit Data Trust's DeAnna Minus-Vincent has been named to the New Jersey governor-elect’s budget transition team, Reinvestment Fund's Don Hinkle-Brown will advise the Federal Reserve Board and five more leadership upgrades.
How to recruit more young people for your nonprofit board column

Nov. 15, 2017 9:48 am

How to recruit more young people for your nonprofit board

It's about examining your blind spots and, maybe, asking for help from more plugged-in organizations.

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