We’ve published another episode of our Presidential Podcast, where we talk to Dana K. Bezerra about what Heron is doing, thinking, and learning. In this blog post, we outline the key takeaways.
We are back with another episode of our Presidential Podcast, where we talk to Dana K. Bezerra about what Heron is doing, thinking, and learning. In this episode, we discuss how Heron is placing community agency and wisdom front and center in the next phase of our work.
In 2018, Dana Bezerra became the new president of Heron. However, Dana has been at Heron for 13 years in total, starting as a program officer in 2006. She’s seen Heron grow and change and is now sharing her guidance, leadership, and lessons learned as we focus on the intersection of communities and capital markets. In this podcast episode, we ask Dana to reflect on her first year as president, and share what’s next for Heron.
In this podcast, Mission OutLoud’s Toni Johnson and Heron’s Dana Bezerra discuss how assessing a company’s broader impacts serves a more specific mission.
Toni Johnson sits down with Matt Enstice, head of the Buffalo Niagara Medical Campus Organization to talk about BNMC’s impact in the local community.
Gabi Zolla from CAEL discusses the ways that they are changing the practices of workplaces and schools to better accommodate adult learners.
Jesus Gerena of the Family Independence Initiative on assisting families achieving financial stability through a combination of community organizing and technology.
Maggie McCullough of PolicyMap discusses how organizations and individuals can use data to understand their impact on a community level.
Maggie Grieve of Success Measures discusses a collaborative approach to building powerful metrics and serving more than 600 community-based organizations.
Toni Johnson discusses building communities and growing small businesses with Jennifer Pryce of the Calvert Foundation.