Wednesday Round-up [News, 6/11]


PHILANTHROPY
Bad Times, Good Deeds (Forbes, 6/10)
“Executives tempted to cut back on their corporate philanthropy in a slowing economy should think again.”
Boomers, Gen Xers challenged to donate $100K (BizJournals, 6/10) – In New York, the “Young Philanthropists, Capital Region” project focuses on young business people. 

PEOPLE
Tony Gittens to Leave Arts Commission, Stay With Filmfest DC (WaPo, 6/11) – leaves post at DC Commission on the Arts and Humanities (WG member) after 11 years.

HEALTH
Md., District First in Electronic Record Pilot (WaPo, 6/11)