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Paula Kiger

 

Paula Kiger edits SmartBrief's nonprofit sector newsletters and co-manages @SBLeaders on Twitter. She worked extensively in Florida's quasi-governmental children's health insurance program that became a national model, has served as a United Nations Foundation Shot at Life Champion leader, has proofread professionally and has extensive social media experience. You can find her at her blog Big Green Pen, on Instagram, at LinkedIn and on Twitter as @biggreenpen.

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Why yesterday’s suburbs will never look the same
Why yesterday’s suburbs will never look the same

Why suburbs are changing to incorporate more aspects of urbanism

How lessons from an adventure race apply to government leaders
How lessons from an adventure race apply to government leaders

Yvonne Camus, Eco-challenge 2000 Borneo finisher, discusses principles of surviving an adventure race that apply to government leaders

How government leaders can find priorities amid the chaos
How government leaders can find priorities amid the chaos

The pandemic has created chaos, confusion and disorientation. Learn from a pilot how leaders can handle all that while still navigating through.

How an integrated approach helped Tallahassee, Fla., achieve a Gold LEED certification
How an integrated approach helped Tallahassee, Fla., achieve a Gold LEED certification

How a city achieved Gold LEED certification and how other cities can do the same

A look ahead to the 2021 ICMA Annual Conference
A look ahead to the 2021 ICMA Annual Conference

A look ahead to the 2021 ICMA Annual Conference

How one drama teacher turned an odd year into an ODDportunity
How one drama teacher turned an odd year into an ODDportunity

Faced with no spring play or finding a creative option, one teacher turned to The Odyssey for inspiration.

A role for social and emotional learning after a disaster
A role for social and emotional learning after a disaster

How the Journey of Hope program helps children who have experienced the trauma of disasters

A look ahead to ICMA’s UNITE: A Digital Event
A look ahead to ICMA’s UNITE: A Digital Event

A look ahead to ICMA’s UNITE: A Digital Event

Why a philanthropist sought a reporter’s help to tell Freddie Gray’s story
Why a philanthropist sought a reporter’s help to tell Freddie Gray’s story

Robin Hood Foundation CEO Wes Moore teams up with an education reporter to explore Freddie Gray's life

How businesses can repair the chasm created by racism
How businesses can repair the chasm created by racism

Companies are scrambling to fix racial injustices and inequities. But to become anti-racist requires hard work, an awareness of microaggressions, and buy-in from leadership, among other steps.

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