CEO Nancy Roob describes in a video interview what distinguishes Blue Meridian Partners: “The size of the investment is unprecedented.”
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CEO Nancy Roob describes in a video interview what unites Blue Meridian Partners: "a shared sense that we cannot go it alone in our philanthropy."
EMCF President and CEO Nancy Roob describes in a video interview the challenge and importance of “access to unrestricted capital.”
EMCF President and CEO Nancy Roob describes in a video interview "the critical difference that unrestricted, large amounts of growth capital can make in a nonprofit organization."
CEO Nancy Roob describes in a video interview the partners’ vision: "to really move the needle on social problems in this country."
CEO Nancy Roob describes in a video interview critical criteria for a potential Blue Meridian Partners grantee: "the track record and the ambition of the leadership."
Woody McCutchen describes how we approach business planning in this pair of videos. Transcripts appear below the videos.
EMCF President and CEO Nancy Roob says in a video interview the most effective leaders "are serious about performance, looking at data, and challenging themselves to do better and better every year."
Nancy Roob Articles & Videos Articles and videos by or about Nancy Roob, President & CEO of the Edna McConnell Clark Foundation and CEO of Blue Meridian Partners. Articles on Other Websites Written By Nancy Roob What is the Biggest Mistake that You See Boards Consistently...
EMCF's View Our Next Chapter With a deep desire to improve the lives of many more disadvantaged children and youth, the Edna McConnell Clark Foundation's trustees have decided to "sunset" the Foundation and...
EMCF’s current concentration on disadvantaged youth was preceded by a rich, 30-year legacy of programs that sought to improve the lives of low-income people, and others with limited opportunities. The Foundation’s main priorities in the 1980s and 1990s were programs in five areas. When...
Working closely together for 18 years, Harlem Children's Zone and EMCF have shown that "when adults in the community stand up, it's possible to save a generation of young people."
Our Alumni 2015 cohort and California 2018 cohort grantee evaluations are now available.
EMCF President Nancy Roob tells the Chronicle of Philanthropy why grantmakers and nonprofit leaders often feel we get thrown off course.
The Edna McConnell Clark Foundation is sad to report that its Trustee Emeritus, James “Jim” McConnell Clark, died at his home in Woods Hole, MA on October 24, 2015 at the age of 93.
An interview in Nonprofit Quarterly about Blue Meridian Partners' "big bets" approach to investing in youth.
Read about the triumphs, challenges and unanticipated results of PropelNext's work with grantees over the past four years.
The board of trustees of the Edna McConnell Clark Foundation has approved investments of up to $8.25 million over three years in three exceptional nonprofits....
Blue Meridian Partners is a new capital aggregation collaboration investing at least $1 billion in high-performance nonprofits poised to have truly national impact for economically disadvantaged children and youth.
In these stories, PropelNext grantees share what they and their teams have learned from EMCF’s initiative promoting data-driven practices.