Posts By Regan Wedenoja

Throwback Thursday — 10 Great Commencement Quotes — Are They Still Relevant?

As this is my last Thursday as a GovLoop fellow I sit here thinking about the future. I have turned in my capstone paper and will present to faculty and peers tonight — nostalgia is setting in. This is the time when you want to say something profound about how your new Master’s degree isRead… Read more »

Throwback Thursday: Keep Opening to Your Purpose — Its Graduation Season Again

Spring, for me, is full of many things: cherry blossoms, outdoor activities, getting to wear sandals instead of real shoes, and this year ….. my graduate school graduation. It is a bittersweet moment and it can’t happen with out a commencement ceremony. Tis the season of college graduations and the ever anticipated announcement of theRead… Read more »

6 Main Challenges to Creating a Resilient Community & Your Resiliency Checklist

On Tuesday April 8th, GovLoop hosted our third annual Government Innovators Virtual Summit. This year we focused on “Innovations that Matter” and how to make innovation stick at your agency. Read this recap of our session creating resilient communities, and stay tuned for a link to the full recordings. More blog coverage of the SummitRead… Read more »

Brush that Dirt off Your Bike Lanes – Social Media for Spring Cleaning … Even When Spring Isn’t Quite Springing Yet.

I am getting tired of the cold weather. Here in DC we usually start to see Spring right about now and are able to look forward to warm weather, rooftop happy hours, and cherry blossoms. I decided, though, that instead of being negative about the everlasting winter I would look on the positive side andRead… Read more »

Throwback Thursday: Actors Don’t Hide their Oscars, Why Should You? … It’s Oscars season again!

As we prepare for the Oscars this Sunday (Hosted by Ellen!) I thought it would be a great time to look at the lessons that the Oscars can teach us in government. Paul Binkley, in this article from the 2012 Oscars, remarks on how the government should not hide their awards and accomplishments. Originally PostedRead… Read more »