There is so much in my life, in all our lives, that is beyond our control. However, there is much we can control, areas of our lives where we can impose order and harmony.
Posts Tagged: organizing
I decided that the new Federal fiscal year would be an opportunity for me to start fresh and get organized. There was no better way to manifest this than to erase my white board and make a new list of all of the amazing things I was about to begin. Sadly, though, none of my… Read more »
By Katherine Parker, Associate Consultant, MPA’12 In early March, we completed a six month engagement with a coalition of seven synagogues along Pennsylvania’s Old York Road and presented our final action plan for the revitalization of the area. Although the project is at an end, it feels much more like a new beginning – with… Read more »
I have a hodgepodge of responsibilities in my current position. People regularly ask me what my position entails and I typically respond “Whatever my superior would like for me to do.” I’m fortunate to have a superior that recognizes that I have a variety of skills and can be utilized in a variety of ways…. Read more »
Original appearance on opensource.com. Joining the open source (and CityCamp) movement has been one of the best experiences of my life. I’ve been involved with open source for over a decade, but I never got involved in a community project in any significant way–until I found CityCamp. I haven’t submitted a single line of code,… Read more »
Cross-posted from Wired to Share In case you missed my excessive tweets and Facebook posts over the past few days, it’s now public that I’m leaving City of San Francisco to join Jim Gilliam and Jesse Haff’s 3dna, the company behind Act.ly and NationBuilder. I will be the “chief organizer” for NationBuilder, evangelizing the tool,… Read more »