Happy Turkey day, all. I’m home in Maine with my folks getting ready to gobble up some tasty food. In the next couple of weeks, I hope to post a few more installments in the “Thoughts on Philanthropy” series, as well as a wrap-up of the Yale SOM Philanthropy Conference that took place last Friday,Read More
Not Dead Yet.
C4, the choral collective devoted to living composers that I founded in November 2005 and “facilitated” until this past June, is having its first concert since I abandoned them for New Haven. The program focuses on old pieces or composers reimagined for the 21st century. The action starts tonight at 8pm at St. Joseph’s ChurchRead More
On Monday, I attended an excellent presentation by James Weinberg, the founder and CEO of Commongood Careers, an talent search firm for the nonprofit sector. The presentation was primarily geared toward career advice for us students, but it also provided some interesting insights about the industry as a whole. For example, did you know thatRead More
Having taken finals for my initial round of courses (that’s right, we work on a half-semester schedule around here), I have now officially completed 1/8 of my MBA degree. I can’t believe it’s gone by so fast. The good news, though, is that my schedule should ease up enough to allow me to provide someRead More
…and welcome to Createquity, hosted by your friendly first-year MBA student, Ian Moss. The purpose of this blog is to shed light on some management issues in the arts (i.e., economics, marketing conundrums, societal impact, etc.) with a special focus on philanthropy. My background is in the performing arts, specifically music, so a lot ofRead More
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