Skip to main content
Philanthropy Journal Home

Philanthropy Journal News

Feb. 4: Duke, Global Fund for Children, Knight, and more

 | 

Center for Strategic Philanthropy and Civil Society, affiliate of Sanford School of Public Policy, Duke University, is offering free database of syllabuses for courses concentrating in philanthropy; center also has abstracted, categorized and linked to over 600 case studies in philanthropy.


Kristin Lindsey, former executive vice president and chief operating officer, Council on Foundations, named to new position of CEO, Global Fund for Children, effective Feb. 15; founder Maya Ajmera will serve as president until Feb. 15 and then continue to serve on board.


Térèse Coudreaut, former head of a global consulting practice at Alexander Proudfoot Co. that focused on helping companies adapt to large-scale operational change, named director of human resources, John S. and James L. Knight Foundation.


Denise A. Nelson, former associate vice president of major gifts, United Way of New York City, named vice president, planning and resource development, PENCIL, New York City.


Claudia Zorn Schaefer, public-relations and communications professional, launching CZS Communications, Winston-Salem, N.C.


UNCF, or United Negro College Fund, will move its national headquarters in 2012 to Washington, D.C., from  Fairfax, Va.

Leave a Response

Your email address will not be published. All fields are required.