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David Crowley Discusses His Work With Social Capital Inc.

On May 7th, 2009 David Crowley, President and Founder of Social Capital Inc., participated in NPi’s community dialogue at the Boston Public Library. NPi community dialogues bring together local leaders to discuss lessons learned, current projects, and potential collaborations. Here are some excerpts from the conversation.
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Hilary Allen Discusses Her Work with the Boston Center For Community and Justice

BCCJ is a leadership development organization. We run two programs: one is called “LeadBoston” for adult professionals, and the youth program that we run for high schoolers is called “InIt” or the “Leadership Initiative.” So you might be thinking what’s leadership development? For BCCJ, we are trying to advance a community of socially responsible...
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VIDEO: Boston leaders speak about what they gained from NPi’s last dialogue

Dave McLaughlin and Joseph Porcelli share their thoughts on NPi's community dialogue, “Building Community Online and Offline”
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A Conversation with Bill Walczak, Co-Founder and CEO of Codman Square Health Center

Codman Square Health Center in Dorchester, Mass. serves as a resource for improving the physical, mental, and social well-being of the Boston community. The Health Center was conceived by a group of neighborhood activists in the 1970s, including Bill Walczak, who joined together to improve the neighborhood and deliver badly needed health care services.
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VIDEO: Bill Walczak, CEO of Codman Square Health Center, on the value of partnerships and collaborations

Bill Walczak of Codman Square Health Center in Dorchester, Massachusetts discusses how the Codman Square Health Center serves as a resource for improving the physical, mental and social well-being of the Boston community.
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August 6th, 2009 NPi Community Dialogue Reflections, Photos, & Video

Thanks to everyone who made it out to our event earlier this month, “Building Community Online and Offline” at City Year’s headquarters in Boston. Speakers at this event were Dave McLaughlin, Executive Director of Boston World Partnerships; Joseph Porcelli, Founder and Chief Neighbor at Neighbors for Neighbors; and Doris Sommer, Faculty Director at Cultural...
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Empowering Individuals in Shelters and Transitional Living Through Mentoring

F.A.M.I.L.Y Movement currently provides educational opportunities to over 150 women in the Boston area. F.A.M.I.L.Y. Movement workshops focus on a wide range of topics including self-esteem, professionalism, parenting, and financial education.
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Joel Schwartz Discusses His Work with Moving From Debt to Assets

I’m the director of the Moving from Debt to Assets program that is run by the Greater Boston Interfaith Organization (GBIO). GBIO is an organization of 66 different institutions, mostly churches and synagogues, but also a Muslim organization, nonprofit organizations, particularly community development corporations and two union locals, all united for one purpose—to build...
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Eve Sullivan discusses her work with Parents Forum, a grassroots organization concerned with family life issues

On February 4th, 2009 Eve Sullivan, Founder of Parents Forum, a grassroots organization concerned with family life issues participated in NPi’s community dialogue at the Boston Public Library. NPi community dialogues bring together local leaders to discuss lessons learned, current projects, and potential collaborations. Here are some excerpts from the conversation. About Parents Forum...
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Lakenya Johnson Discusses Her Work With F.A.M.I.L.Y. Movement

I started F.A.M.I.L.Y. Movement because about nine years ago I was in a homeless shelter for about 10 months with my daughter... I started out by just mentoring. That was my main purpose. I did not expect it to turn into what it is right now, but I’m going for it. I allowed my...
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Jeanne Dasaro, NPi co-founder, featured in O, Oprah Magazine for being a leader in her community

Jeanne Dasaro, NPi co-founder, featured in O, Oprah Magazine for being a leader in her community

Exciting news! Jeanne Dasaro is featured in this month’s O (The Oprah Magazine) and at Oprah.com for being a leader in her community. Jeanne was selected from over 3,000 applicants for the O Magazine and White House Project’s conference “Women Rule!” back in June. Pick up a copy of O Magazine and read about it...
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Jeanne Dasaro and NPi are featured in today’s Boston Globe!

Jeanne Dasaro and NPi are featured in today’s Boston Globe! Pick up a hard copy or scroll to the middle of the page here: http://www.boston.com/ae/celebrity/articles/2008/10/23/cage_moving_out_of_ri/?page=2. From the Boston Globe: Leading woman! “Check out Jeanne Dasaro in the November issue of ‘O, The Oprah Magazine,’ on newsstands now. The 27-year-old Dorchester resident won the O White...
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