Creating Space for Collaboration
Here I am, donning sleeves with long elbows and a velvet choker, which signifies that I am in fact a Master! (Someone should really redesign the graduation gown).
Fashion statements aside… After two intellectually challenging and satisfying years, I have completed my Master of Public Administration from the NYU Wagner Graduate School of Public Service. I am now looking forward to my next big adventure!
Who’s in Charge?
Coming up: An Inside Look at New York Tech Meetup
Collective impact means managing cross-sector collaboration between all kinds of organizations. I discuss the challenges here in my next contribution to the Gov 3.0 blog.
Read more about another project related to collective impact: New York Tech Meet Up. The following NYU Wagner blog contribution will be an interview with an insider from the organization!
I’ve had the opportunity to be back in the Midwest a few times over the last few months, and I’ve had a blast. Here are a few photos of the fun I’ve had.
Homemade beef, pork, and veal meatballs stuffed with smoked mozzarella tossed with bucatini. I was inspired by my good friend, Saucy Burt. (Minneapolitans, check her out if you haven’t already!)
I’m especially proud of myself considering I have less then 2 square feet of counter space. Watching me cook in my compact NYC kitchen must be like watching a game of extreme Jenga, with steaming pots, carefully organized ingredients, and freshly sharpened knives!
(Recipe courtesy of Giada.)