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In the news: Tamare Gordon
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In the news: Tamare Gordon
United South End Settlements today announced the promotion of Tamare Gordon to the position of assistant director of early childhood education.
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Murals brighten Grove Hall with sunflowers
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Murals brighten Grove Hall with sunflowers
In 2018, an idea went from seed to blossom for artist Ekua Holmes. The Roxbury resident began planting sunflowers in vacant lots around the neighborhood and distributing seeds to local residents.
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In the news: BPDA community engagement managers
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In the news: BPDA community engagement managers
The Boston Planning & Development Agency today announced a team of community engagement managers serving neighborhoods across the city of Boston.
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In the news: George Huynh
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In the news: George Huynh
Acting Mayor Kim Janey announced the appointment of George Huynh to Dorchester neighborhood liaison. Huynh will work to encourage, facilitate and maximize citizen input and participation through service requests, neighborhood meetings, mailings, and emergency responses.
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In the news: Ruben F. Salinas and Joseph R. Betancourt
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In the news: Ruben F. Salinas and Joseph R. Betancourt
The Latino Equity Fund, the Commonwealth’s first philanthropic fund focused on the Latino community, announced today the addition of two Boston-area leaders to the Fund’s Committee: Joseph R. Betancourt, senior vice president of Equity and Community Health of Massachusetts General Hospital and Ruben F. Salinas, a medical technology serial entrepreneur, philanthropist, investor, government advisor and activist.
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In the news: Emmett G. Price III
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In the news: Emmett G. Price III
Berklee has named Emmett G. Price III as the inaugural dean of Africana Studies.
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In the news: Justin Williams
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In the news: Justin Williams
Justin Williams has been named vice president and chief development officer for Boston Medical Center, overseeing philanthropy at New England’s largest safety net hospital.
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In the news: Alisa R. Drayton
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In the news: Alisa R. Drayton
The Boston Industrial Development Financing Authority last week announced the appointment of Alisa R. Drayton, JD, MBA, MS, to its board of directors.
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In the news: Lisa A. Jones
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In the news: Lisa A. Jones
Lisa A. Jones has been appointed to the newly created role of general manager of GBH Kids, GBH has announced.
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In the news: Catherine T. Morris
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In the news: Catherine T. Morris
The Boston Foundation announced that Catherine T. Morris, the founder and executive director of Boston Art & Music Soul (BAMS) Fest, has been hired as the next Director, Arts and Culture for the foundation.
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In the news: Sean Daughtry
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In the news: Sean Daughtry
At its June 23 meeting, the Board of Directors of Action for Boston Community Development elected Roxbury resident and Vertex Pharmaceuticals PAT Scientist Sean Daughtry to serve as chair for a one-year term.
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In the news: Denzil McKenzie
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In the news: Denzil McKenzie
John B. Cruz III presents attorney Denzil McKenzie with a commemorative plaque honoring his firm, McKenzie and Associates, as the oldest African American-owned law firm in Boston.
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