NCG member the John and Wauna Harman Foundation has appointed Julie Boudreau as its new New Executive Director. Welcome to the NCG community!
NCG member The Stupski Foundation announced that it hired Elvin Padilla and Jennifer Nguyen to help the Foundation launch its spenddown strategies. Elvin joins the team as the Foundation’s director of Food Security and Jennifer as the director of Postsecondary Success.
The Bay Area’s global reputation for innovation, natural beauty, and a high quality of living can make it easy to underestimate the depth and range of needs facing many across the region.
Wang Kong joined the Foundation four years ago as a program officer, quickly rising to the position of senior program officer, and earlier this year she was named interim chief program director.
NCG Member O2 Initiatives has announced the latest recipients of their O2 Sabbatical Award. The O2 Sabbatical Award honors extraordinary San Francisco Bay Area leaders by providing them with a much-needed break for personal and professional reinvigoration.
Last week, NCG member Metta Fund announce the appointment of Anna Karrer Manley as its first-ever Director of Communications. Congratulations Anna! Take a look at Metta Fund's announcement.
I began 2019 with members of the Northern California Grantmakers Board and staff in Selma and Montgomery, Alabama. I was prepared for the visit to be emotional and deeply moving, but was unprepared for it to be as personal as it became.
Walter & Elise Haas Fund has announced Zachary McRae has joined the team as its new Program Officer for the Education Program. Congratulations Zachary and welcome to the NCG community!
The kickoff of NCG's inaugural Communications Cohort is just a few days away. In advance of the launch, we asked Cohort faculty member, Robert Bray, Director of Communications for NEO Philanthropy, to share how he procrastinates and why for him, the personal is the political.
The kickoff of NCG's inaugural Communications Cohort is just a few days away. In advance of the launch, we asked NCG's Vice President of Public Affairs and Cohort faculty member, Emily Katz, to share how the understanding of her identity has changed over time.