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Power  Moves: New Century Trust welcomes six new board members people

8 hours ago

Power Moves: New Century Trust welcomes six new board members

Plus, high profile departures from Philadelphia Industrial Development Corporation and the City of Philadelphia.
Power Moves: Julie Wertheimer moves from City to Pew people

Nov. 12, 2019 12:00 pm

Power Moves: Julie Wertheimer moves from City to Pew

Plus, power moves at the Office of the Managing Director, DRI, and more.
In its third year, Nerdtino Expo is all about Latinx style, Philly solidarity, and comic book art people

Nov. 1, 2019 8:34 am

In its third year, Nerdtino Expo is all about Latinx style, Philly solidarity, and comic book art

"Be ready to take the bullet for your dreams and make sure you have a solid crew at your back," says Thomas Delfi, the museum professional turned founder of the East Coast's first (and only) Latinx comic book convention. It takes place this Saturday in Philadelphia.
Creating space for this vibrant, passionate community: A Q&A with Sandra Baldino people

Oct. 31, 2019 8:00 am

Creating space for this vibrant, passionate community: A Q&A with Sandra Baldino

On the event of our 10th anniversary, we asked Generocity's founder to share her memories with us.
Talking about  the crucial intersection of people and social justice: A Q&A with Mo Manklang people

Oct. 30, 2019 9:56 am

Talking about the crucial intersection of people and social justice: A Q&A with Mo Manklang

Mo Manklang became the community manager at Generocity in December of 2011 and quickly became a key community voice during her five years here. On the event of Generocity's 10th anniversary, we asked her to remember her work with us.
Power Moves: Phoenicia Wallace named executive director of Philadelphia Lawyers for Social Equity people

Oct. 28, 2019 2:55 pm

Power Moves: Phoenicia Wallace named executive director of Philadelphia Lawyers for Social Equity

Plus, power moves at Philadelphia Foundation, Montgomery Early Learning Centers, and WSFS Bank.
Yancey Strickler has been thinking about the larger structures that we live within. And he’s written his manifesto people

Oct. 25, 2019 8:14 am

Yancey Strickler has been thinking about the larger structures that we live within. And he’s written his manifesto

In advance of his talk at the ADVANCE by Generocity conference on Nov. 1, we ask the Kickstarter cofounder some questions.
‘Part of what I did was help establish the website as an actual news source’: A Q&A with Alex Vuocolo people

Oct. 24, 2019 8:30 am

‘Part of what I did was help establish the website as an actual news source’: A Q&A with Alex Vuocolo

Now a New York City-based editor, Alexander Vuocolo wrote for Generocity from 2013 until 2015. On the event of Generocity's 10th anniversary, we asked him to tell us a little about those days.
Power Moves: Maura McCarthy named executive director of Fairmount Park Conservancy people

Oct. 22, 2019 10:26 am

Power Moves: Maura McCarthy named executive director of Fairmount Park Conservancy

Also, power moves at the Asian Arts Initiative, the Greater Philadelphia Coalition Against Hunger, and the Mayor’s Commission on Aging.
This Foundation CEO has worn many figurative hats. And one extraordinary literal one: a crown of onions people

Oct. 18, 2019 8:25 am

This Foundation CEO has worn many figurative hats. And one extraordinary literal one: a crown of onions

Columnist Krys Sipple chats with Karen Simmons, who has led the Chester County Community Foundation from an organization with $174K and a single Donor Advised Fund, to one entrusted with 400+ funds totaling more than $73 million.

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