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  • AIDS Partnership
  • Arts & Humanities
  • Children, Youth, & Families
  • Community Development
  • Health
  • Public Education
  • Sustainable Communities 
  • It was great seeing so many of you at “Washington Grantmakers 101: Understanding Working Groups & Funding Collaboratives.” If you missed it, you missed a great conversation about how participating in those groups has enhanced the impact of WG members’ work, provided them with knowledge, and increased their skills. To get involved or to learn more about any of the groups, contact Carolynn Mambu at mambu@washingtongrantmakers.org

    New CEOs 
    New CEOs at WG member organizations

    Afterwards we held a reception to welcome some of the network’s newest leaders (pictured above, l to r): Phyllis Caldwell, president of the Washington Area Women’s Foundation; Karen Green, executive director of the Healthcare Initiative Foundation; Patricia Mathews, executive director of the Northern Virginia Health Foundation; and Lyn Hainge, executive director of the Campbell Hoffman Foundation.

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