In her role as communications associate, Susan helps MCF members tell their stories. She writes about current giving trends and grantmaking in Minnesota to inform and educate staff of nonprofit organizations and grantmakers alike.
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By Susan Stehling
The Minnesota Council on Foundations is involved in a...
Today, the Women’s Foundation of Minnesota announced the promotion of two staff to its Executive Team. Saanii Hernandez has been named Vice President and Mary Beth Hanson has been named Vice President of External Relations.
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By Susan Hammel, CFA, MCF executive in residence for impact investing
Can Business Do Well and Do Good?
As a good cause, pro-business campus rebel at Carleton, I began to wonder if business could ever do...
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By Susan Hammel, CFA, MCF Executive in Residence for Impact Investing
Lately, many family foundation members have asked me about the best way to get started in impact investing.
An easy, no-risk way to start is to park your...
What it takes to be a top-notch grantmaker now and for the future.
Step 1: Research
Although originally published in the Spring 1999 issue of Giving Forum, this article written by Joel Hoekstra offers evergreen insight about site visits from a grantmaker's perspective, as well as tips on how to make the best use of this valua