With this issue of Engage, we mark two years of publishing our magazine and we couldn’t be more pleased with the response we’ve gotten or more excited about the stories we plan to share in the future. In that spirit, we’re taking a moment in this issue to look at our past as well as our future.
Our main feature is a three-part look at the relationship between the Sullivan Foundation and Rollins College of Winter Park, Florida. The relationship dates back a century, and the pairing of these two institutions has and will make great contributions to service around the world.
The Foundation itself is looking from the past to the future, as well. A new faculty conference on social entrepreneurship is set to debut in Raleigh/Durham in April 2016 and we’re looking forward to a faculty reception in Charlotte this fall. We also recently said goodbye to our Director of Programs Rebecca Camarigg, who served the Foundation with skill and dedication for the last four years. While we’re sad she’s moving on, we welcome her replacement, Krystal Cormack, who brings great experience to the position.
As our staff begins transitioning to the work of preparing issue five, I’d remind everyone to keep sending us your stories. We’re always open to new things to publish in these pages. And, as always, thank you for your interest in and support for the Sullivan Foundation. Our work is only possible because of the strong network of our supporters across the country.
Stephan Land McDavid
President, Sullivan Foundation