- University of Central MissouriPolitical Science & Economics - BA, 1975
- University of Missouri–Kansas CityNon-profit Management - MPA, 1998
- Various NonprofitsDevelopment Director, Exec. Director, 2001 - 2013Research, write grant proposals, develop earned income opportunities, funding events management, marketing, volunteer coordination, website development, strategic planning.
Question: Is poverty an economic or cultural problem? Answer: Yes.
Richard Reeves discusses the comments recently made by President Obama about poverty, culture, and economics and discusses why poverty polic
Social Entrepreneurship 101: Building Companies That Make a Difference
Joey Hundert has been working for a decade and a half to promote ventures that both make money and make the world a better place.
Rape Kit Backlog Grows Nationwide, Jeopardizing Prosecutions - Scientifi...
Hundreds of thousands of untested rape kits sit in police storage throughout the U.S. for lack of money, manpower and other resources
When Doctors Advise “Wait and See,” Worries Can Be Crippling - Scientifi...
Treating the anxiety inherent in a “watchful waiting” approach might help patients make better medical choices
Program brings lasting progress for world's poorest
A program that combines direct aid and training can help the world's poorest households 'graduate' from extreme poverty into sustainable sta
Age-friendly communities essential to urban elders' well-being, journal ...
The future of communities around the world will in large part be determined by the efforts to achieve a high quality of life for their older
College readiness declines when school's focus is improving test scores,...
Standardized testing, school accountability measures negatively affect college readiness and learning at a Texas high school when teachers f
Secrets of baby talk: Why mothers say coo while fathers stay cool
Babytalk, which includes higher-pitched voices and a wider range of pitches, is sometimes known as 'motherese,' partly because most research
Vampire Healing: Young Blood Can Mend Old Broken Bones
It's old blood, not old bones, that makes fracture healing difficult among the elderly
Selfish, Shallow, and Self-Absorbed: Writers on the Choice Not to Have C...
"It’s about time we stop mistaking self-knowledge for self-absorption -- and realize that nobody has a monopoly on selfishness." "A hum
Self-Driving Trucks Are Going to Hit Us Like a Human-Driven Truck — Basi...
The imminent need for basic income in recognition of our machine-driven future
Did Affluence Spur the Rise of Modern Religions? - Scientific American
Reliable food and energy may have freed up time to think about the purpose of life
Killing Freemium is the Worst Thing for Artists — Cuepoint — Medium
Ending Spotify and YouTube’s free tiers will increase piracy, not sales or signups
How This Tokyo Bookstore Made Me Fall Back in Love with Print — Gone — M...
And why Tsutaya gives me second thoughts about the primacy of digital culture
10 facts about child well-being and health in America
“Unhealthy children grow up to be unhealthy adults, poor health and low income go hand in hand, and both poverty and poor health make large
Want to Hire More Diverse People? Raise Your Bar. — Medium
“Does hiring more diverse people mean lowering the bar?”
What if we prescribed video games, and not Ritalin, to treat ADHD? — Bri...
One in five high school boys is diagnosed with attention deficit hyperactive disorder. Here’s how gaming may change that…