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Notices for 3-14-03

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  • Joanna Motion, executive director, London office, Council for Advancement and Support of Education, Washington, D.C., promoted to vice president for international operations.
  • Matthew Meehan, former member, Global Capital Markets group, Morgan Stanley, New York, named institutional development associate, South North Development Initiative, New York.
  • Steven A. Minter, president and executive director, Cleveland Foundation, Ohio, awarded 2003 Distinguished Grantmaker award, Council on Foundations, Washington, D.C.
  • Juliet V. Garcia, president, University of Texas at Brownsville, named to board of trustees, Ford Foundation, New York.
  • Ben Cohen, co-founder, Ben and Jerry’s Ice Cream, South Burlington, Vt., and founder, TrueMajority, New York, will deliver keynote address at Celebration of Entrepreneurship, Babson College, Wellesley, Mass.
  • Srijata M. Ananda, former co-director of assessment & standards development services program, WestEd, San Francisco, promoted to chief development officer.
  • Kim Elliott, legislative director, U.S. Sen. Dean Barkley campaign, named deputy director for external affairs, Trust for America’s Health, Washington, D.C. Laura Segal, corporate communications director, Capital Health Venture Partners, Dallas, named director of communications.
  • Edward G. Viltz, co-founder, Enterprise Integration Corp., Rockville, Md., named president and CEO, Public Interest Registry, Reston, Va.
  • U.S. Sen. John Edwards and his wife, Elizabeth Edwards, named honorary campaign co-chairs, Method Child Development Center, Raleigh, N.C.
  • Patty Spears, Raleigh, N.C., awarded National Outstanding Volunteer award, Susan G. Komen Breast Cancer Foundation, Dallas.
  • Named as new board members, Grantmakers in Health, Washington, D.C.: *Cristina Regalado — vice president of programs, California Wellness Foundation. *Anthony So — associate director, Health Equity, Rockefeller Foundation. *Peter Goodwin — vice president and treasurer, Robert Wood Johnson Foundation. *Ann Pauli — president and CEO, Paso del Norte. *Patricia Mathews — executive director, community relations, Kaiser Permanente-Mid-Atlantic States.
  • The Johnson C. Smith University (JCSU) was selected as one of eight N.C. colleges to participate in the BioScience Sharium. The project will help to improve life sciences education and encourage minority students to pursue life sciences careers. The Partnership for Minority Advancement in Biomolecular Science, launched the project, which is based at the University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill.
  • The Not For Profit Network announced today the official launch of http://www.NotForProfitNetwork.org, a new portal for not for profit organizations.
  • The N.C. Museum of Natural Sciences is offering a new exhibit for visitors to learn about seismic hotspots around the world and see where earthquakes are happening, thanks to the efforts of the Department of Geological Sciences at the University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill.
  • Beginning Spring 2003, NetCorps will offer new technology support to rural Oregon nonprofits. The M.J. Murdock Charitable Trust will fund the three-year initiative, which will focus on the needs of nonprofits in Oregon’s smaller communities and rural areas.
  • CRM Source will host a free seminar for nonprofits titled “How to manage your data, processes and relationships to achieve your non-profit mission: Leveraging Microsoft® Customer Relationship Management (CRM) for Non-Profit Organizations”. It will be held on Thursday, April 3 from 8:30 – 11:30am in San Francisco, California. The seminar will include a demonstration of Microsoft® CRM specifically customized for the non-profit organization.
  • More Than Money has released its 2003 conference schedule. They will sponsor a series of regional one-day seminars. The “Beyond Money” regional events are intended to provide a local workshop for our members and friends to develop a framework for exploring the impact of money in their lives, and strategies for acting on their highest values. The format of these all-day events will include morning and afternoon workshops, a panel discussion at lunch, as well as opening and closing group sessions. This year’s national conference will provide an opportunity for discussing the impact and ramifications of the $41 trillion wealth transfer, and for meeting some of the fascinating people featured in the More Than Money Journal over the past year. Beyond Money in the Bay Area, CA Saturday, March 22nd from 9:00-5:30 pm First Unitarian Church of Oakland Cost $149 email registration@morethanmoney.org or call 781-648-0776 to register Beyond Money in Portland, OR Saturday, June 21st from 9:00-5:30 pm EcoTrust Conference Center, Portland OR Cost $149 email registration@morethanmoney.org or call 781-648-0776 to register More Than Money National Conference, Cambridge MA May 2-4, 2003 University Park Hotel at MIT Cambridge, Massachusetts Registration is limited, so please respond right away. For more information, visit our web site contact Gretchen Kinder at 781-648-0776.
  • Alicia Ferreiros, former regional director, Regional Book Office, American Embassy, Buenos Aires, Argentina, named program associate, South North Development Initiative, Buenos Aires.
  • Denise Tom, former reporter, Oakland Tribune, and former editor, USA Today, named journalism initiatives program officer, John S. and James L. Knight Foundation, Miami.

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