An undergraduate student at the UT School of Architecture, Katherine Kligerman, is creating an endowed fund to help her fellow classmates afford supplies, tools, and technology. With tuition at the school ranging around $27,000 a Read More
Profiles of the people to know in local philanthropy and social good.
On December 31, Earl Maxwell retired as CEO of St. David’s Foundation, after more than 12 years in that professional role. Before his time as CEO, Maxwell served on the board for eight years while Read More
Predicting that jazz is going the way of opera and the symphony, founders of the Texas Jazz Society are coming up with creative ways to keep the musical genre alive. The Texas Jazz Society officially launched Read More
Browsing the names of Leadership Austin‘s 2,700 alumni is like reading a list of who’s-who in the region. It includes movers and shakers from every level of government, executives from the social and private sector, as Read More
Today, St. David’s Foundation, the largest grantmaking organization that solely impacts Central Texas, announced the successor to Earl Maxwell, who will have served as CEO of St. David’s Foundation for 20 years when he retires Read More
Does it matter that the staff and leadership of nonprofits are mostly white when the people they serve are not? A 2011 study of nonprofit leadership across the country showed that less than 20 percent Read More
Mission Capital, in partnership with The New Philanthropists, is bringing back its Board Summit. The goal: to help Central Texas nonprofits develop diverse boards for more effective and representative leadership. The event is June 6, Read More