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Who does it: These are the stories on the people that are doing this work and some of their ideas.

Patrick Morgan is leaving the Knight Foundation people

Dec. 18, 2018 1:24 pm

Patrick Morgan is leaving the Knight Foundation

The program director for Philadelphia initiatives will join Parks and Rec's senior leadership team in a newly created position. Here are the projects that make him proudest from his three-year tenure.
Super Power Moves: The 10 biggest social impact leadership shakeups of 2018 people

Dec. 14, 2018 9:30 am

Super Power Moves: The 10 biggest social impact leadership shakeups of 2018

These CEOs, executive directors and other leaders are some of Philadelphia's most important change makers who made big changes of their own within the past year.
Power Moves: Philly’s LGBTQ board prep program picked its inaugural class people

Dec. 4, 2018 2:00 pm

Power Moves: Philly’s LGBTQ board prep program picked its inaugural class

Plus, Education Law Center's new policy director is Reynelle Brown Staley, Food Moxie's new ED is Lisa Mosca, Anne Wakabayashi left Emerge Pennsylvania for Emerge America and six more leadership changes in local social impact.
Why Raj Jayadev is helping Philly’s criminal justice system adopt participatory defense people

Nov. 21, 2018 12:51 pm

Why Raj Jayadev is helping Philly’s criminal justice system adopt participatory defense

The Stoneleigh Fellow and MacArthur Genius from San Jose is working with the Defender Association of Philadelphia to implement the model, which "tries to make the family an extension of the defense team."
Mazzoni Center’s CEO is stepping down by 2019 people

Nov. 13, 2018 1:32 pm

Mazzoni Center’s CEO is stepping down by 2019

Lydia Gonzalez Sciarrino joined the embattled LGBTQ healthcare nonprofit as CEO in March. A former director-level staffer said they think a better future for the org is possible, but only under more diverse leadership.
Power Moves: Sunday Breakfast Rescue Mission announced its new head people

Nov. 12, 2018 12:53 pm

Power Moves: Sunday Breakfast Rescue Mission announced its new head

Plus, Jennifer Devor is running for city commissioner, John Moore has a new role at Investors' Circle-Social Venture Network, Impact100 picked its new Founders Fellows and six more leadership changes in Philly social impact.
Nominate an inspiring neighbor to be profiled by Broke in Philly partners people

Nov. 8, 2018 12:59 pm

Nominate an inspiring neighbor to be profiled by Broke in Philly partners

A forthcoming reporting series, My Philly Neighbor, will highlight Philadelphians bettering their communities — especially those that often get a bad rap in the news — without pay or formal recognition.
This textile artist is stoop sitting to connect Germantown to Kensington people

Nov. 7, 2018 10:11 am

This textile artist is stoop sitting to connect Germantown to Kensington

Kathryn Pannepacker collects socks, sandwiches and gloves for the patrons of her workshops at the Kensington Storefront. The goal: support those fighting addiction and homelessness, and eliminate apathy.
Philly social impact showed up strong for democracy this morning people

Nov. 6, 2018 12:07 pm

Philly social impact showed up strong for democracy this morning

Meet a few folks from the local nonprofit/philanthropy/social enterprise/government space who have already turned out to vote today.
Power Moves: Uva Coles left Peirce for Widener people

Nov. 1, 2018 12:47 pm

Power Moves: Uva Coles left Peirce for Widener

Plus, Markita Morris-Louis is the Arts + Business Council's new ED, Michelle Feldman is the Housing Alliance of Pennsylvania's new policy director and eight more leadership changes in Philly's social impact community.

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