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This summer… I work for the Justice League!

My name is Bradley Petrella, and for the next ten weeks, I’m working for the nonprofit Ohio Crime Victim Justice Center (formerly the Justice League of Ohio) through the Columbus Foundation Fellowship. Continue reading

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Week 2: Getting down to business

Hello, blog readers! I can’t believe it’s already been two weeks!  The time has flown by, and I’ve learned so much! This week, I spent most of my time researching the different cultural groups we have in Central Ohio.  Do … Continue reading

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If you love a flower, don’t pick it.

Let me drop a beautiful quote on y’all. “When a flower doesn’t bloom, you fix the environment in which it grows, not the flower” -Alexander Den Heijer. Yesterday I was able to spend most of my day at the West … Continue reading

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This is the work.

When I told my friends two years ago that I was moving from Washington, DC to Columbus for graduate school, they often said: Columbus? Ohio? It was then that I started to notice that in movies and TV shows, when … Continue reading

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A big Wednesday and a rainy summer

On Wednesday, we started off the morning at a Fellows Learning Session at the Columbus Foundation. Douglas Kridler, the President and CEO of The Columbus Foundation, spoke with us about all of the great things going for Columbus, including low … Continue reading

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From etiquette lunch to bowling alley

Monday may have been my most varied day in the almost six weeks I’ve spent as a Summer Fellow. I started the day at an Etiquette Lunch led by OSU’s Assistant Vice President for Constituency and Fundraising, Dana Booth, with the Summer … Continue reading

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Learning about Columbus through survey results

This week I primarily focused on finishing a survey report to share with Actors’ Theatre Managing Director, Adam Simon. I’ve been deeply immersed in these numbers for three weeks, so it was nice to sit down and talk through what these … Continue reading

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