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New KCGIS Center-created map features Trailhead City—Issaquah, Washington

Lying at the foot of Cougar, Squak, and Tiger mountains, the City of Issaquah is uniquely situated as a natural starting point for exploring the Issaquah Alps via hundreds of miles of trails that are accessible from numerous trailheads in and near the city. 377 more words


Client Services

Tess O’Dwyer brings to her clients a wealth of tactical and technical expertise in all facets of philanthropic management.  Whether the project is to create a strategic business plan, build a dynamic board of directors, or design a winning capital campaign, she empowers nonprofit leaders to achieve their immediate objectives while positioning the institution for sustainable growth.  94 more words

Museum Fundraising Consultant

No Laptops...Just Our Brains And A Whiteboard

Yesterday, we ventured out of the office to the local WeWork space for a brainstorming day.

The combine forces of the Marketing and Client Services teams sat down and tackled some of the challenges that have come up over the first half of this year. 220 more words

Diary Of A Marketer In New York

Blog Post Six - Professional Associations

Read the textbook (pages 121-125), the OLA website, and the OALT/ABO website. Prepare three questions for our guest speakers; post them on your blog and bring them to class on November 25th. 20 more words


Blog Post Five – Special Libraries

Why are LITs well-suited to support knowledge management, media monitoring and/or competitive intelligence services in businesses? Find a job-posting for a knowledge management, media monitoring and/or competitive intelligences entry-level position.  110 more words


Blog Post Four – Speed Dating/Booktalk Activity

Evaluation is an important piece of delivering one-time and ongoing events or activities. In your blog post for this week, answer the following questions: What worked well with our speed dating format booktalks today? 128 more words


Blog Post Three – Celebrity Poster

For this assignment we had to photograph a peer reading a book.