On the Move

  • Appointed: Noah Atencio, assistant vice president for the grants program, Daniels Fund, to vice president for community impact, Community First Foundation.

  • Appointed: Thomas Costello, former museum and arts management consultant, Friends of the National Arboretum, to executive director.

  • Appointed: William M. Collins, former principal and co-founder, Travers Collins, to vice president for institutional advancement, Canisius College.

  • Appointed: Herb Schultz, director of region IX, U.S. Department of Health and Human Services, to chief executive officer, Eisner Pediatric and Family Medical Center.

  • Appointed: Tesfa Wondemagegnehu, choral music stream producer, Minnesota Public Radio, to an additional post, manager of the choral works initiative and conductor of the Radio Choir, American Public Media.

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Forthcoming Deadlines

  • 7/30/2014: International

    Israel

    The Hadassah Foundation will provide grants of up to $25,000 each to Israeli organizations that help low-income women in Israel achieve economic independence. The foundation is interested in savings, asset development, and pension planning; programs that provide resources and training; legal and policy advocacy; business development services that help women who own businesses improve their outreach and marketing; and leadership development.

    E-mail: foundationgrant@hadassah.org

    Web site: http://hadassahfoundation.org

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  • Bruce Kallos, 79
    Chairman of the Board, Delaware Symphony Orchestra, July 13, 2014, in Wilmington, Del.

  • Kris Kindelsperger, 64
    Senior executive consultant, Johnson, Grossnickle, and Associates, July 15, 2014, in Columbus, Ind.

  • Rebecca Blunk, 60
    Former executive director, New England Foundation for the Arts, June 22, 2014.

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