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DCF a good place to start reforming state gov’t

John Horak |

The Department of Children and Families is not suited for the delicate clinical task of mending broken children and families.

Merger aims to give nonprofits louder, sustainable voice

Q&A talks with Jeffrey Walter, interim CEO of the Connecticut Community Nonprofit Alliance.

Nonprofit news in CT grows as legacy media shrinks

John Stearns |

Nonprofit journalism in Connecticut is alive and well, even thriving, according to some industry representatives. That includes outlets like Connecticut Mirror and New Haven Independent among others.

For-profit charity offers new way to combat poverty

John Horak | 2

Connecticut is blessed with many charitable foundations, the principal activities of which are to make grants to support various charitable objectives.

CT’s largest nonprofit advocacy group formed by merger

The Connecticut Association of Nonprofits and the Connecticut Community Providers Association have agreed to a merger, creating the Connecticut Community Nonprofit Alliance.

Gilberto seeks smarter spending in leaner times

Keith Griffin |

Childhood values helped guide Paula Gilberto's career path, which culminates in March when she becomes president and CEO of the United Way of Central and Northeastern Connecticut.

5 to Watch in 2016

As we begin a new year Hartford Business Journal has identified five Greater Hartford business, education and nonprofit leaders who will be under the spotlight in 2016 as they...

Veteran lawyer, philanthropist Coleman Levy retiring

Coleman Levy, a stalwart of the Greater Hartford legal community, has announced his retirement from Hinckley Allen. The philanthropist plans to spend more time with his wife and family.

Retiring Talbott makes her last strokes as the Atheneum's chief

Gregory Seay |

Before taking the job seven years ago managing the Wadsworth Atheneum, Susan L. Talbott recalls two episodes that gave her a raw taste of the scope of the task she was about to tackle.

CT’s aging population poses opportunities, threats

This week, the Hartford Business Journal wrapped up its year-long “Connecticut's Silver Tsunami” series, which took an in-depth look at the business and economic implications of the...

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