Blog

  • David leaves the Board in late October

    David Howse is leaving SIF in late October after serving many years on the SIF Board of Directors. SIF recently hosted a board dinner where David shared sentimental lyrics from a song he used to sing with the community at church back in Tennessee. We thank David for always putting community first in so many ways and wish him the best in his future endeavors. 

  • Convening on Liberatory Culture in Place-Based Work

    Michelle Dominguez, Chelsea Hartness, and Roshni Sampath come together to discuss liberatory culture in place-based work and social change.

  • Innovator Pitch Recordings

    Our new Communications and Events co-op, Camille Guzman, visits Mattapan and learns about Mattapan Food and Fitness Coalition. 

  • Susan reflects on her three-month sabbatical experience

    Join us in welcoming back our Executive Director Susan Musinsky from a three-month sabbatical in Hawaii. 

  • Through effective communication and people strategies

    On June 7, Lisa Yarussi joined SIF to lead a workshop called Leveraging Your Culture Through Effective Communication and People Strategies.

  • Hear from Julia Chase, Communications and Events Co-Op

    Julia Chase, SIF's Communications & Events Co-op, shares more about her time working in the Communication department at SIF 

  • Hear from Lena Gaultier, Program and Operations

    Lena Gaultier, SIF's Program and Operations Co-op, shares more about her time working in both the Operations and Programs departments at SIF

  • Inspiring a shared vision for social change

    On May 4, Gallaway Consulting Group led a "Storytelling for Impact" workshop with SIF on organizational public speaking and storytelling.

     

  • Seeking nonprofits for our 24-month capacity-building program

    SIF has launched its Social Innovator Accelerator program for the 2022-23 program year, looking to welcome 8 nonprofits into this cohort
     

  • Our 2022 Social Innovators did a wonderful job!

    Our annual Social Innovator Showcase was a huge success this year, with close to 180 people attending our first Showcase back in person!