Home

Subscribe / Follow

feed twitter

Search

Search

Categories

Recent Posts

Archive

Recent Posts

Twitter Feed

interSectors Five for Friday

November 21st, 2014 11:35am

A weekly roundup of what what’s new or newsworthy with us, our clients, our partners and friends. Mostly professional, some personal – with a focus on the positive.

1. Finding the intersection of your passion, economic driver and what you can be best in the world at, and the ability to fully accessorize your hedgehog.

2. The trials and tribulations of being a board chair and a new resource from Emily Davis & Associates Consulting to help build skills, seek support and discuss cha ...

Read More...

 

View / Add Comment | 0 Comment(s) | Rating: 0 of 5 | Share: Twitter, Facebook, Google +

interSectors Five for Friday

November 14th, 2014 11:29am

A weekly roundup of what what’s new or newsworthy with us, our clients, our partners and friends. Mostly professional, some personal – with a focus on the positive.

1. Awards. Including the Longmont Chamber’s Small Business of the Year for interSector’s weekly planning meeting location (and home to some really awesome people) Red Frog Coffee

2. Project Wrap-Ups. Completed our fifth year of facilitation and consulting services for the Denver HIV Resources Planning Council’s Ryan White Act Priorities and Allocation Setting Process and put the finishing touches on a comprehensive sustainability plan for Colorado Heights University. Grateful to engage with two groups doing such vastly different, but equally important work. ...

Read More...

 

View / Add Comment | 0 Comment(s) | Rating: 0 of 5 | Share: Twitter, Facebook, Google +

interSectors Five for Friday

November 7th, 2014 6:02pm

A weekly roundup of what what’s new or newsworthy with us, our clients, our partners and friends. Mostly professional, some personal – with a focus on the positive.

1.       As the NB3 Foundation executive director search continues, we had the pleasure of talking with some exceptional, talented, visionary candidates from around the country.

2.       One simple question: “Who’s selling pies?” opened a flood gate of Pie in the Sky enthusiasm. (Project Angel Heart board chair, Lorii, was fastest on the draw and earned our order.)

3.       Who can blame us if our co-branded Art Restart cards make us want to escape ...

Read More...

 

View / Add Comment | 0 Comment(s) | Rating: 0 of 5 | Share: Twitter, Facebook, Google +

©2017 Intersectorl3c.com . Powered by Goozmo Systems . Printed on Recycled Data™