The horror of gun assaults reverberating too often in the news produces its own peculiar brand of numbness, the retreat into which is certainly an understandable response to the continual
Every news story in some way has political meaning.
Coverage of social media trends tells a story of the changing nature of human relationships, the essence of politics. A feature on any
As the Community Partners board of directors enters a new era with board member terms and limits on maximum years of service, our long-time and highly valued board member Bill Choi, a founding
U.S. Secretary for Veterans Affairs Robert McDonald hoped to make lemonade from lemons when he insisted that “better customer service” would fix all that ails the Department of Veterans Affairs.
“There ought to be a rule that no new nonprofit can start until it has $200,000 in the bank,” she said.
Call me cautious, but when it comes to choosing between today’s popular bent toward disruptive innovation and more traditional approaches to change, I favor the latter nine times out of ten. It’s
Carl Coan detached recently from the lead executive role at Eisner Pediatric & Family Medical Center. He made elegant use of the occasion heralding his
There was a time when the term “planned community” caused Americans to salivate. It promised a place designed to meet every human need: from perfect schools and plentiful play spaces for the kids
Los Angeles nonprofits trying to move the needle toward stronger, more caring communities face monumental obstacles. The appeal of staying nose to the grindstone and laser-focusing on just the