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From a Field of Dreams to a Moment of Action

CIN Board Member Kenny Ashe is a philanthropist and social entrepreneur. His business leadership skills that he initially developed at his alma mater, Florida A&M University and ultimately sharpened in the corporate arena are making an impact in the nonprofit/philanthropic sector. … Continue reading

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Appreciating Amy Locklear Hertel and the American Indian Center

Two weeks ago today, one of CIN’s newest board members, Amy Locklear Hertel, began as Director of the American Indian Center at the University of North Carolina. The mission of the American Indian Center is: to bridge the richness of North Carolina’s American … Continue reading

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10 Questions for Antoine Medley

Where do you get your inspiration from? I am inspired by my daughters. Since their birth each day I get up with the thought that they are looking at me to set the example for them. There is no greater … Continue reading

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Keep On Talking as Our Children Are Listening

Our kids were ages 3, 5, and 7. At that age, they hear and repeat everything. My husband and I were having discussions about our family legacy. How we wanted to be remembered. My mentor introduced me to giving circles … Continue reading

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Celebrating National Philanthropy Day — in Durham and beyond

Tomorrow is National Philanthropy Day. According to the website of the Association of Fundraising Professionals, there are more than 125 communities across the country that will host an event for National Philanthropy Day between now and the end of the … Continue reading

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