Category: Barr News
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Our colleague Rahn Dorsey has been appointed by Boston Mayor Martin J. Walsh to his cabinet as the City’s first chief of education.
Announcement and discussion of changes taking effect this month at the Barr Foundation.
A first message from Barr’s new president and trustee, Jim Canales.
Barr's trustees offer their appreciation to Melinda Marble as she concludes her term as interim executive director.
Wendy Puriefoy, director of education, has decided to leave the Barr Foundation to pursue her passion for national education reform.
Last spring, Barr got some challenging feedback from grantees. Interim Executive Director Melinda Marble shares what we have been doing in response.
With great excitement, we announce that Jim Canales will join the Barr Foundation as president in May 2014.
It is with great sadness that we share the news that Marion Kane, Barr’s first executive director, passed away Monday night in Falmouth, Maine.
Barr engaged The Center for Effective Philanthropy to conduct our second Grantee Perception Report.