Community Leadership Tag

Community Foundation Sonoma County couldn’t be more proud! We have always known that J Mullineaux is a Philanthropic Wizard but when the University of Washington inducted him into the Huskies' Hall of Fame this October, they made it official. J was honored for his lifelong work...

Sonoma County’s largest Latino leadership organization, Los Cien, will be hosting their 3rd Annual State of the Latino Community in Sonoma County event on Thursday, September 29th at Sonoma State University. The venue is an appropriate one, as enrollment figures for the K-12 educational system...

Prince Rogers Nelson left more than an artistic legacy; his anonymous giving established and supported social justice nonprofits. He covertly convened political adversaries backstage at his performances in order to move conversations about community ahead. Rolling Stone offers this tribute to his philanthropy....

In 2014 the Community Foundation commissioned a report from the Center for Effective Philanthropy called the Grantee Perception Report. The report surveyed our current grantees to get their honest feedback on how we were doing as grantmakers. We welcomed the thoughtful responses both positive and constructive...

Dan is an entrepreneur, author, and humanitarian activist who is best known for creating the multi-day charitable event industry, and a new generation of philanthropists, with the AIDS Rides and Breast Cancer 3-Day events.  His 2013 TED Talk, viewed by 3.4 million people, argued that "the way we think about charity is dead...

The Nonprofit Chronicles highlights the early conversations surrounding “The Overhead Myth” and takes preliminary steps to redefine nonprofit effectiveness....

Over the past two years, some of the best thinkers in the world have shared their ideas for innovation in education at ieSonoma: including Sir Ken Robinson and Dale Dougherty in 2013, followed by Sugata Mitra and Nirvan Mullick in 2014. This year, three dynamic speakers...

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