Oct. 4: Blackbaud, Philanthropy Australia, Meyer Foundation, and more

Blackbaud, provider of software and related services for nonprofits, acquired California-based NOZA,  semantic-search firm and creator of world’s largest searchable database of philanthropic data.

Deborah Seifert, former head, University College, The University of Melbourne, and former head, Fintona Girls’ School, named CEO, Philanthropy Australia.

Eugene and Agnes E. Meyer Foundation, Washington, D.C., named recipients of 2010 Exponent Award celebrating visionary nonprofit leadership in region and including a $100,000 cash award for recipient’s organization — Jean-Michel Giraud, executive director, Community Council of the Homeless at Friendship Place; Kim Y. Jones, co-founder and executive director, Advocates for Justice and Education; Layli Miller-Muro, founder and executive director, Tahirih Justice Center; Adam Tenner, executive director, Metro TeenAIDS; Scott Schenkelberg, executive director, Miriam’s Kitchen.

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