PACE is thrilled to announce three new board members will be joining our leadership team in 2019: Janet Tran, Associate Director of Education at the Ronald Reagan Presidential Foundation and Institute; Jonathan Gruber, Director of the Campus and Community Portfolios at Einhorn Family Charitable … Read more about PACE Welcomes 3 New Board Members and 2019 Officer Slate
The board and staff of Philanthropy for Active Civic Engagement (PACE) is delighted to announce the newest member of our team: Janice Lombardo, who has been on PACE’s staff part time during her transition, will officially be joining PACE as our full-time Director of Member Engagement. This … Read more about PACE Welcomes Janice Lombardo as Director of Member Engagement
Dear PACE colleagues, It is with deep gratitude that I share that after 6 years with PACE, our Senior Fellow, Sally Prouty, is wrapping up her time with us. It would be impossible to capture the extraordinary wisdom, insight, and warmth Sally has brought to PACE in this short letter--her … Read more about Gratitude and Farewell to PACE Senior Fellow, Sally Prouty
Many people have asked us what it means and what it looks like to invest in civic engagement. If you think of the civic engagement field as a big house, it’s easy to visualize the way funders and practitioners work together to create a larger whole, and how each piece interacts with the others. At … Read more about The House that Civic Engagement Built
PACE is pleased to announce the appointment of three new members to our Board of Directors: Pam Lewis, Director of the New Economy Initiative; C. Douglas Smith, Vice President of the Montpelier Foundation; and Paul Waters, Senior Associate at the Democracy Fund. They commenced 3-year terms on … Read more about PACE Welcomes 3 New Board Members and 2018 Officer Slate
Kristen Cambell, PACE Executive Director, was featured on Grace in 30, a local radio show. The conversation covered recent national events that have inspired civic engagement and community action across the country, along with PACE's commitment to this work in these tumultuous … Read more about PACE feature on Local Radio Show
The white supremacist rally in Charlottesville, its violent clash with counter-protesters, and the ensuing response from the presidential administration, have sparked heated coverage and debates that have repercussions for communities and civil society. Many in the field of philanthropy have … Read more about PACE Members Respond to Charlottesville
This post also appeared as an update on PACE's Medium publication. “This moment” is a catch-all term many of us in philanthropy, the nonprofit world, and beyond have begun to use to refer to the daunting mix of political and social division, conflict, and upheaval our country is experiencing. At any … Read more about A Gift-Wrapped Call to Action: How Will Philanthropy Respond?