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Richard J. "Rick" Walsh was reelected after previously serving from 2007 to 2013. Walsh retired in 2007 following a 25-year career with Darden Restaurants. While with Darden, he served as Senior Vice-President Corporate Affairs and served on Darden's Executive Committee. Today he serves as CEO of the Knob Hill Companies, a media, investments, agriculture and business strategy enterprise, assisting established and emerging businesses develop and thrive.
The Coral Gables Community Foundation has announced a new board member. Vivian de las Cuevas-Diaz. A Coral Gables resident, Cuevas-Diaz is a partner at Holland & Knight and serves at the deputy section leader of the Real Estate Section. A Tulane Law grad, she was honored by being in the ...
A report by the Philanthropy Awareness Initiative tells the story of how FPN's Statewide Summit on Philanthropy helped accelerate the conversation between philanthropy and state government leaders in Florida.
The Florida Department of Agriculture and Consumer Services is currently in the process of implementing changes made during the 2014 legislative session to Florida's Solicitation of Contributions Act - changes in which FPN played an advisory role. This February 2015 webinar, presented with Florida Nonprofit Alliance, provided an opportunity to learn about these changes firsthand from representatives from the Florida Department of Agriculture and Consumer Services.
We all have something we’re proud of at our organizations - a new grants system, an innovative way to connect with grantees, an exciting program that is wildly successful, a new approach to evaluation – that we rarely get to talk about outside of our Foundations. FPN's Grants Managers Affinity Group (GMAG) hosted this webinar to share and learn what’s working well for Florida Grantmakers.
Indiana Philanthropy Alliance shares a snapshot of promising practices for advancing diversity, equity and inclusion in philanthropy.