On July 29th, the membership of the Forum of Regional Associations of Grantmakers met for our annual member meeting in San Diego, California. Forum CEO Michael Litz provided a "State of the Forum" address, a transcript of which is below.
Right now San Diego overrun with folks dressed up as heroes for ComicCon, but next week when the Forum's Annual Conference begins, the real heroes arrive.
Last week, over three thousand developers, themers, and users from businesses, government, universities, and nonprofits showed up in Austin, Texas for DrupalCon 2014, including our own Director of Knowledge Services Val Rozansky. Val oversees the network’s Drupal-Salesforce Platform and has a pretty good handle on all this technology stuff, so we ask him to share the highlights from his experience at DrupalCon.
Register now to attend the Forum Network's premier networking and learning opportunities: our Annual Conference, the PolicyWorks Institute, and the KM Users Group!
Effective June 1, the Forum's office has moved to 1200 18th Street, NW, Suite 700, Washington, DC 20036.
The Forum's summer conference is quickly approaching! Get a sneak peek at the agendas for the conference, our PolicyWorks Institute, and the KM Users Session.
On March 27, 2014 Michael Litz, President of the Forum Network, and Vikki Spruill, President of the Council on Foundations announced that the Forum Network would file to become an independent 501(c)3 public charity.
Soon you’ll be able to connect, learn, and collaborate through a streamlined, improved givingforum.org.
The KM Initiative, guided by regionals in the KM Partners Group, continues to attract attention from the Drupal and Salesforce communities for it's scope and innovation.
The Forum's Val Rozansky, along with Kim Snipes from Association of Baltimore Area Grantmakers and Bill Corkill from Council of Michigan Foundations, recently presented on the KM Initiative's new Drupal-Salesforce platform at Dreamforce, the Salesforce users conference.