Meyer Foundation President Julie Rogers was named among Washingtonian magazine's 100 most powerful women, in the area of advocacy and nonprofits.
Other regional funders named in the category include: Rose Ann Cleveland, executive director of the Morris and Gwendolyn Cafritz Foundation; Carol Thompson Cole, president and CEO of Venture Philanthropy Partners; Catherine Reynolds, president of the Catherine B. Reynolds Foundation; and Terri Lee Freeman, president of the Community Foundation for the National Capital Region, a Meyer grantee.
Meyer Board Vice Chair Barbara Krumsiek, president and CEO of the Calvert Group Ltd., and Board Member Barbara Lang, president and CEO of the D.C. Chamber of Commerce, were named among the most powerful women in business, labor, and lobbying.
The Oct. 5 issue of the D.C. Nonprofit Business Examiner led with the announcement of the 2009 Exponent Awards recipients
The Oct. 5 issue of the Washington Regional Association of Grantmakers' blog, Washington Grantmakers Daily, included a link to the Post article about the 2009 recipients of the Meyer Foundation's Exponent Awards
A Washington Business Journal article mentioned the Meyer Foundation's 2009 Exponent Awards and the five nonprofit directors who received the honor.
The Oct. 5 issue of the Philanthropy Journal included a mention of the Meyer Foundation's 2009 Exponent Awards recipients.
The Washington Post spoke with Meyer Foundation President Julie Rogers about the five visionary nonprofit directors who received the foundation's 2009 Exponent Awards.
The Meyer Foundation's "Daring to Lead" report was referenced in a Standford Social Innovation Review report entitled, "The Nonprofit Starvation Cycle.
Small and mid-sized charities might benefit from outsourcing administrative operations, such as finance and human resources, but not because it will result in immediate cost savings, according to a report published by the Eugene and Agnes E. Meyer Foundation, in Washington.
Meyer Foundation President and CEO Julie Rogers is featured in Philanthropy News Digest's Five Question column