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As a “newbie” to the community foundation field in 2007, the first thing I did was attend the ProNet annual meeting in San Francisco, where I met about 75 other program staff from across the country. I was amazed by the geographic diversity and the warm reception by the “ProNetters.” And I was relieved to [...]

What exactly is convergence? It really is an overused term. But I took a risk in using that word in our session title: Community Convergence: How to Leverage Resources in a Time of Great Economic Need. Barbara Kibbe, one of the speakers at Monday morning’s plenary session, inspired me. Everything she laid out about what’s [...]

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