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October 21, 2007


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Albert Ruesga

I just spent a week with Joel and his Grantmaking School colleagues in New York, helping out with the School's new course on grantmaking. He's a smart and big-hearted teacher. I think he and his colleagues have a pretty good chance of shifting the thinking of the field, even if it's only 12 minds at a time. I hope his book gets the circulation it deserves.


Bravo, Albert. 12 minds at a time can scale pretty fast if the 12 influence 12 each. Thank you for pointing me to Joel's work.

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