Dr. Sedat Yuksel examines the on-demand/sharing economy and how sharing behaviors might influence philanthropic giving.
We spoke with Aimée Laramore, our new director of learning services, to learn more about her background and vision for the Johnson Center’s professional development and capacity-building services.
Teri Behrens reflects on her time at the Johnson Center and announces she will retire as executive director in 2022.
The Johnson Center’s top 10 blogs of 2021 cover topics including trust-based philanthropy, next-gen donors, giving circles, reparations, social justice funding, and more.
Our strategic framework proved a solid anchor as our team and our sector withstood a historic era of uncertainty in 2020-2021. Our latest annual report highlights progress made on key priorities and projects at the Johnson Center.
Our most popular blog posts of 2020 reflect a desire to understand and react to what’s going on in our world today and highlight a growing recognition of the role philanthropy can and should play in creating a more equitable society.
Over the course of 2020, we learned to see our work and our communities in a different light. While many of our plans were disrupted, we were able to make important progress. We are proud to share our 2019-2020 annual report with you.
Leslie Starsoneck joins the Johnson Center as director of learning services, overseeing professional development offerings for foundation and nonprofits.
The 10 most-read blog posts published by the Johnson Center in 2019 cover a range of topics that inform dynamic conversations in our field.
Eric-John Szczepaniak reflects on his experience taking advantage of free trainings available to GVSU students through the Johnson Center.