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Smither, James

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Orosz, Joel J.

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Joel Orosz discusses his education and work at the Kalamazoo Public Museum, the W.K. Kellogg Foundation, and the Johnson Center for Philanthropy at Grand Valley State University. He authored a book on how to be a grantmaker. He shares stories about the development of the Council of Michigan Foundations, Michigan community foundations with Youth Advisory Committees, Michigan Youth Philanthropy Initiative Project, Learning to Give, and the Johnson Center. He discusses Johnson Center programs: The Grantmaking School, Community Research Institute, The Foundation Review, Nonprofit Good Practice Guide. He reflects on the importance of the nonprofit sector in philanthropy and the value of a liberal education.

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