Monthly Archives: March 2016

Keeping busy

It’s hard to believe there is only one month left of the fellowship program! This past month at Local Matters has been filled with preparation to begin fully utilizing our new culinary classroom and office space. I have been doing … Continue reading

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The Big Day is Approaching!

After months of planning and preparation, the date of the gala is finally approaching. It seemed as though this day would never arrive but with all of preparation behind us, we are ready for the event. Over the past few … Continue reading

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Columbus Collegiate Academy-Main Street Gains National Recognition

I can’t believe this is my second to last blog post for my fellowship…time really does fly by! There has been a lot of momentum within the Development Office at USN-Main Street lately. According to the Education Equality Index, a … Continue reading

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Philosophy in action

My growth as a professional and a person has been immense since I’ve started this internship with the Charitable Pharmacy. I have worked on my skills and my moral and ethics as a human being. As the President of the … Continue reading

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Columbus Zoo and Aquarium Updates!

Over the course of the past month, I have been able to start developing digital content to support the Columbus Zoo and Aquariums and the Wilds’ donor clubs. At the Zoo, there are currently seven donor clubs with giving levels … Continue reading

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Girl Power

For a large portion of my childhood, Hermione Granger was one of my heroes, or should I say, heroines. Through out all of her adventures with Harry and Ron, she was always smart, sassy and a force to be reckoned … Continue reading

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Naming and Recognition

The main task I have been working on recently is creating a Naming and Recognition Policy. The purpose of the policy is to provide guidelines for naming opportunities and recognition signage for physical recognition of gifts to support the Boys & Girls … Continue reading

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