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November Issue of On Our Minds Features John Carnwath, Dr. Thomas Wolf, and Jane Culbert
This issue features a reflection on the City Museum, a discussion of the National Instrumentalist Mentoring and Advancement Network, and a consideration of the changes small regional organizations undergo as they grow. 

New Special Issue of On Our Minds Reflects on Leadership Retreats
This past summer, the Cambridge office of WolfBrown together with our colleague, Stanford Thompson, experimented with a three-day workshop designed as a deep dive into the skills needed by a next generation of arts and cultural leaders. 

Thomas Wolf Releases His Newest Book, The Nightingale's Sonata
Spanning generations, from the shores of the Black Sea to the glittering concert halls of New York, The Nightingale's Sonata is a richly woven tapestry centered around violin virtuoso Lea Luboshutz. 

Steven Holochwost Presents at the 2019 Arts Education Partnership Annual Convening
Steven Holochwost and Carina Del Rosario presented a session titled "Enhancing Outcomes Among Special Education Students: The Highline Creative Schools Initiative" at the 2019 Arts Education Partnership Annual Convening.

A message from Sanuja Goonetilleke in the Cambridge Office of WolfBrown
As of June 14, I will be leaving the US, and therefore, my role here at WolfBrown. In order to be closer to my family, I will be moving to South or South East Asia. I am very grateful to have known, worked with, and learned from you all. Thank you, and I look forward to reading about the inspiring and imperative work WolfBrown and clients will continue to engage in.