Well, we’ve finally graduated from our trusty one page site (but we thank the folks at Round2 for setting it up) and moved on to a much more dynamic and substantive layout. A big shout-out to Vivian Le for all of her hard work and dedication in putting this new website together. Here (or there, really) you can view footage of the upcoming program, contact us to schedule a screening of Saving Philanthropy at your organization or event, review our supporting organizations and on-screen participants and a lot more.
On a side note, Kate took one for the team today and traveled to and from Baltimore in an effort to give a presentation at the Institute for Philanthropy in New York City. She made it into Baltimore this morning, but her connection to LaGuardia was canceled, and after getting a train ticket into NYC was informed that the event itself had been canceled due the storm. She’s currently en route back to balmy Austin (19 degrees) in order to hit the editing room in the morning. Not the ideal way to spend 15 hours of your Tuesday, but as they say, on with the program.
I had a good meeting today with our resident graphics guru, Trey Huguley, and I’m very pleased with the stylistic strategy he has developed. Communicating the tenets of a Managing to Outcomes framework is no small charge, especially when using actual organizations as living examples. Trey has it well in hand, however, and we’re confident that the simple, clear yet engaging style of the program will go a long way in conveying our message and allowing our audience to digest the concepts we cover.
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