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The Unbearable Lightness of Being Transparent
May 20, 2013

Do you think it’s as important for foundations and nonprofits alike to be transparent? We do and we would like to make our case and share lessons learned from the field at the annual Communications Network conference. Help the Communications Network prioritize its conference planning by voting on your top picks for breakout sessions. You don’t need to be a Communications Network member to vote and there's plenty to choose from, including our own The Incredible Lightness of Being Transparent featuring Ellie Buteau, vice president, Research, Center for Effective Philanthropy; and Gabi Fitz, co-founder, Issue Lab; moderated by Janet Camarena, project lead, Voting is live on the Communications Network web site until May 22. 

Help us send Glasspockets to New Orleans this fall to illuminate the importance of foundation transparency. Vote for the Incredible Lightness of Being Transparent session today!


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About Transparency Talk

  • Transparency Talk, the GlassPockets blog, is a platform for candid and constructive conversation about foundation transparency and accountability. In this space, Candid highlights strategies, findings, and best practices on the web and in foundations–illuminating the importance of having "glass pockets."

    The views expressed in this blog do not necessarily reflect the views of the Candid.

    Questions, comments, and inquiries relating to guest blog posts may be
    directed to:

    Janet Camarena
    Senior Director of Candid Learning