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Philanthropy Chat: Jan Masaoka and Robert Jaquay

January 25, 2011

To help celebrate the "official" launch of GrantSpace, the Foundation Center's new learning community for the social sector, we're pleased to share two recent Philanthropy Chat podcasts.

PChat_masaoka_large In the first, Janet Camarena, director of the center's San Francisco office, talks with Jan Masaoka, editor-in-chief of the online magazine Blue Avocado and co-author of Nonprofit Sustainability: Making Strategic Decisions for Financial Viability, about how nonprofits can ensure their sustainability in a tough economy and into the future.

(Running time: 19:53)

PChat_jaquay_large And in the second, Cindy Bailie, director of the center's Cleveland office, chats with Robert Jaquay, associate director of the George Gund Foundation, about the foundation's strategic priorities, its investments in regional economic development, and its efforts to improve the quality of life for Northeast Ohio residents through collaborations with other grantmakers and community partners.

(Running time: 19:48)

Is there someone you'd like to see featured in the Philanthropy Chat series? Share your suggestions in the comments section below....


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