In 2020, metroMAGAZINE explored how the COVID-19 pandemic affected our local nonprofits’ operations and how they continued to serve the community despite unforeseeable demands on staff and resources. Now we look at how they are moving forward in 2021.
Educator Jacqelle Lane considers teaching a calling, and she strives to make sure every student in her classes knows they matter. She has also created an anti-bullying and teen suicide prevention platform the goes well beyond the classroom.
We Ask You: Q&A…
“What bright spots or new initiatives have come from pandemic-related adversity over the past 15 months?”
Melanie Morrissey Clark has long been an advocate for women, children and families through her service to nonprofit and community organizations. This support extends into the marketing and advertising agency she founded with her husband; nearly a third of the client roster is made up of nonprofits and the small company has always offered its employees family-friendly flexibility.