Inside Foundant – the Blog

Crowdsourcing, Transparency, & Training: Using Webinars to Increase Accessibility & Accountability

I manage a newer grant program at the Ohio History Connection (formerly, the Ohio Historical Society), which is funded in a relatively novel way. The grant program is called the History Fund. It is supported by donations Ohioans make to the Ohio History Connection through their state tax returns. In 2013, if you were an Ohio taxpayer due to receive a state tax refund, you …     Continue Reading »

Intern Adventures in the Japanese Business World

Written by Katrina Wilhelm, Foundant Marketing Intern I recently got the opportunity to spend about 4 weeks in Japan interning with a company called Starzen Co. While in Japan I spent a lot of time learning about Japanese business practices as well as learning about the company and the industry they are part of. I was also able to spend some time learning about the Japanese …     Continue Reading »

Announcing Our Partnership With Exponent Philanthropy

We are pleased to announce an exciting new partnership with Exponent Philanthropy (formerly ASF)! We are honored to be part of this elite group of firms chosen to be Sustaining Partners and have high hopes that this partnership will benefit the entire philanthropic community. A big thank you to Exponent Philanthropy! We look forward to a long-lasting and mutually beneficial partnership. Click here to read …     Continue Reading »

Meet Sammie Holzwarth – Foundant’s New Product Implementation Engineer!

Sammie Holzwarth has been with Foundant for three years. Starting as an intern, she moved to the Client Success Manager (CSM) role after college. She has loved building relationships with clients, hearing about all of the great things the different foundations are doing, and the changing work from one client to another. After implementing more than 100 clients in Foundant GLM, Sammie is taking her product …     Continue Reading »

Meet Foundant’s Newest Software Developer – Shannon Stubsten

Γεια σας, επιτρέψτε μου να συστηθώ. (Hello, allow me to introduce myself.) No, I really can’t speak or write in Greek, but I was born there, in Athens. When I was about two years old my family moved back to the United States. Apparently at that age I was able to speak more Greek than English but I am sure that quickly changed. Both my …     Continue Reading »