Tag Archives: women’s leadership

Judicious and Intentional: reflections from Ed

Ed Fields is a member of the Birmingham Change Fund, and Managing Director of Projects Unlimited, Inc. Ed offers the following after reflections after serving as Chair of BCF for two years in 2011-2012. _______ What did you learn about … Continue reading

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Why I Believe in Ubuntu

Sumayya Coleman, is a warrior, an activist and advocate for all women and families to heal from domestic violence since 1990. Her skills to develop residential and support services, develop programs, motivate leaders, and enhance gender violence advocate’s leadership skills … 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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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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