At a United Way meeting last Wednesday, representatives of Healthy House claimed that a $700K contract was snatched away by their nonprofit partner.
With “storytelling” all the rage, a blogger on the Skoll World Forum finds that the search for an emotionally resonant story can result in deception that changes lives and historical narratives.
As Dance New Amsterdam restructures under Chapter 11, we find much that’s familiar in their predicament.
Executive transitions can be difficult and even more difficult when a strong-minded, longtime leader is leaving. This one in Pennsylvania has gotten a little dicey, public and unfortunate, at least in terms of perceptions.
After a three-day meeting in Irving, Texas, the Boy Scouts of America releases a statement saying it needs more time to consider whether to lift ban on openly gay scouts.
Many museums are having a tough go of it right now. The perfect storm often involves shrinking endowments, overspending on facilities, and exhibits that do not pay off. In Milwaukee there’s a collective effort against the odds to save a treasured local cultural center.