Oped: Entering the Arena of Public Discourse With Passion and Civility

June 13, 2019 Nancy G. Brinker op-ed – Newsmax.com In 1910, Theodore Roosevelt gave what would become what was perhaps the most quoted speech of his career. The former president and devoted naturalist was eager to travel the world following the end of his presidency, so he spent a year hunting in Africa before embarking […]

WTOP News: ‘MobileMammo’ program aims to make breast cancer testing more accessible

WTOP NEWS – Washington, D.C. (June 12, 2019) Link: https://wtop.com/health-fitness/2019/06/mobilemammo-program-aims-to-make-breast-cancer-testing-more-accessible/slide/1/ D.C. has the highest breast cancer mortality rate in the nation, but a new mobile mammography program seeks to change that. Breast Care for Washington, a group that aims to provide screening and care to underserved D.C. populations, rolled out the MobileMammo program at an […]

ICYMI: Shake It Up: Shifting Your Strategy in the Disruption Economy

NonProfitPro – November 20, 2019 By Christy McWilliams Link: https://www.nonprofitpro.com/post/shake-it-up-shifting-your-strategy-in-the-disruption-economy/ Recently, I read a provocative op-ed on The Hill called “Has Philanthropy Kept Up With the Times?,” written by Nancy Brinker, founder of Susan G. Komen, and Eric T. Rosenthal, founder of the National Cancer Institute-Designated Cancer Centers Public Affairs Network. The piece points to the same fundamental idea […]