Monthly Archives: October 2014

Many people have written about the need for non-profit arts and culture groups to have board-approved succession plans for addressing planned or unplanned leadership transitions. Foundations often require grantees to have up-to-date succession plans, as a governance “best-practice” metric and, … Continue reading

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For years we have known that early childhood is at once the most rapid and most vulnerable period of human development outside the womb. That was the realization at the heart of Head Start programs as far back as the … Continue reading

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At the end of July, my colleague Sean Fenton and I went to Santa Cruz to participate in the┬áSanta Cruz Museum of Art & History‘s MuseumCamp 2014. The camp took place over three and a half days, attracting over one … Continue reading

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