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How does one go about teaching principles of fund raising to 40,000 students in over 100 countries? That was the dilemma I faced when I was approached by¬†Philanthropy University, an entity that bills itself as “a free, first-of-its kind educational … Continue reading

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In June 2015, I gave a presentation on donor motivations to a group of Bay Area fundraisers, focusing on how Millennials are different from others in their giving preferences and behaviors. The presentation drew on research that Alan and I … Continue reading

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In my roles as Senior Research Scientist at WolfBrown and Visiting Assistant Professor in the School of Education at Johns Hopkins University, I conduct evaluations of educational programs for children — in particular, children at risk. One of the areas … Continue reading

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Working with Carnegie Hall’s Weill Institute of Music, WolfBrown has just published “Why Making Music Matters,” a short, illustrated report summarizing research on the ways in which making live music together can impact the lives of young children and their … Continue reading

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