Triangle Community Foundation regroups
Nearly four months after giving its president an immediate and indefinite sabbatical, and two months after her permanent departure in July, the board of the Triangle Community Foundation is poised to adopt a new strategic plan that will guide its future and help it find its next leader.
Bazán out as foundation chief
Andrea Bazán will not return to her post as president of the Triangle Community Foundation, a move sources say was at the request of the foundation.
Turnover, distractions cited in Bazán sabbatical
High turnover among staff and too much time on non-foundation business are factors in the immediate paid sabbatical granted Andrea Bazán by the board of the Triangle Community Foundation, say sources close to the Durham-based funder.
Bazán takes leave from foundation
After six years as president and CEO of the Triangle Community Foundation, Andrea Bazán is taking a sabbatical of indefinite length, beginning May 23.
Tomorrow Fund awards inaugural grants
Three North Carolina colleges each received $13,000 to help smooth the path to higher education for Hispanic students.
Results and relationships key, funders say
As funders begin climbing out of the recession, they are urging would-be grantees to renew their commitment to building relationships and showing results.
New fund aims to send Latinos to college
Diane Evia-Lanevi, who came to the U.S. as a political refugee from Cuba, is starting a fund to make college possible for Latino youth.
Marketing effort aims to boost Triangle giving
To spur greater and more effective giving, an alliance spearheaded by Triangle Community Foundation is launching a marketing push and new website.
Andrea Bazán receives national recognition
The president of the Triangle Community Foundation has been named chair of The National Council of La Raza and one of the most influential Latino leaders in the U.S.
Maintaining mission in transition
This is the first in a three-part resource series from PJ on grassroots transitions.