Meyer's Exponent Award Event took place on Monday, April 27th, honoring five nonprofit leaders who give it all: Mary Brown, executive director of Life Pieces to Masterpieces; Julie Chapman, executive director of NPower Greater DC Region; Anne Corbett, executive director of Cultural Development Corporation; Steve Galen, CEO of the Primary Care Association of Montgomery County; and, Veronica Nolan, executive director of Urban Alliance Foundation.
- WTOP's Man About Town Bob Madigan gave his take on the event. Click here to listen to the report.
- WAMU 88.5-FM's Jonathan Wilson covered the event. Click here to listen to his report, including an interview with Meyer's Director of Programs Rick Moyers.
- Washington Bisnow published photos of the event in their Scene section. Click here and scroll down to see the pictures.
- Washington Business Journal published photos of the event on the Back Page of their May 1st edition.
Meyer's Director of Programs Rick Moyers quoted in a Chronicle of Philanthropy story on the annual conference of the Young Nonprofit Professionals Network
The Observer mentioned Kerrie Wilson, executive director of Reston Interfaith, as the Meyer Foundation's newest board member.
The Meyer Foundation's Director of Program's Rick Moyers is quoted in a Chronicle of Philanthropy story on the struggle of charities and foundations to restructure during a down economy.
Maria Gomez, a Meyer Foundation board member and executive director of Mary's Center for Maternal and Child Care, is featured in the Washington Business Journal as one of the top minority business leaders in the Washington, DC region
The Foundation Center has released a new report, funded by the Meyer Foundation, examining how much foundation money in the region stays local.
The Meyer Foundation's Julie Rogers is featured in Association Bisnow's happenings section.
Meyer's Danielle Reyes writes about the need for nonprofit legal services and the new Justice for All report on the Washington Grantmakers Daily Blog
Meyer's Exponent winner Anne Corbett, executive director of the Cultural Development Corporation, is featured in Women Bisnow. The story mentions the Meyer Foundation, Atlas Performing Arts Center, Gala Hispanic Theatre, and Woolly Mammoth Theatre
The Whitman-Walker Clinic is closing its 14th and 'S' Street location. The Meyer Foundation is mentioned in a Washington Post story about the closure.