We shared a lot of blog posts with you in 2014 (at least 90 all told!) -- but here are the ones that you read and shared the most. If you missed them the first time around, it's great time to catch up!
Jeff Clarke's explication of our evolving organizational structure and business model.
Jeff Clarke interviews Anne Kubisch, CEO of The Ford Family Foundation
David Wertheimer of Bill & Melinda Gates Foundation and our own David Landers reflect on the role of phlianthropy in supporting affordable housing.
Audrey Haberman, managing director of The Giving Practice, Philanthropy Northwest's consulting team, shares her surprising experience the first time she tried kicking off a project by looking at how it could fail.
Ted Lord boldly asserts that "Philanthropy is so hidebound, risk-averse and endless meeting-oriented because it has largely forgotten the step of conversation that is essential to the dance of informed forward motion," and shows us how we can relearn the lost art of conversation.
Jeff Clarke reflects on how philanthropy can more powerfully engage in the public policy process, and why it's an imperative that we do so.
In April, we released "Vision and Voice: The Role of Leadership and Dialogue in Advancing Diversity, Equity, and Inclusion," a major report about how Northwest philanthropic leaders are addressing issues of diversity, equity and inclusion in their organizations.
Allison Eltrich, Philanthropy Northwest staffer by day, punk rock star by night, shares the her insights about the surprising connections between her two worlds.
Jeff Clarke interviews Richard Woo, CEO of The Russell Family Foundation
Daniel Kemmis introduces a major monograph tackling fundamental questions about the role of philanthropy in supporting our democratic institutions.