On the Golden Apple page, Jim McNitt lists his business as Jim McNitt & Associates. I can't find any such business. However, when Googling, Jim McNitt's name is associated with Chicago Growth Partners, as Director of Marketing:
Race to the Top shows that “peer pressure really works and incentives really work.” Quazzo was quoted as saying in a chapter on grantmaking for edtech projects. http://www.philanthropyroundtable.org/file_uploads/Blende...
Sold a home in Roscoe Village in 2005 for $1.2M: http://chicago.blockshopper.com/property/14193220230000/3...
Donated $100-249 in 2006 for GATE
Hey are you on twitter? Follow us! @twittlesis
Found guilty of an ethics violation by Indiana
We just missed it!
Did not abstain from 1st renewal of Wireless Generation contract in 2013: http://www.cpsboe.org/content/documents/jun2013proceeding...Amplify Education, Inc.
client: Envisage Technologies
Forbes Top 50 Givers (2013) Not surprising that no names on this list new to LittleSis; a recent report shows that from 2006 to 2012, wealthy Americans have reduced their giving by 5%, the poorest Americans - with incomes of $25,000 or less - have increased theirs by 17% http://philanthropy.com/article/As-Wealthy-Give-Smaller-S...
Tim Cawley was a judge at New Schools Venture Fund - Aspen Institute Summit on Education Innovation panel where Socrative was pitching their product.
Hi @c99x When adding info to a politician's page be sure to add employee/staff relationships as positions, not professional associations. More info: http://littlesis.org/help/beginnerRelationships#categories This is the edit I'm referencing: http://littlesis.org/relationship/view/id/834547 Let me know if you have any questions and keep up the excellent work!
for the board of the Academy Global Citizenship...bios pop up as you click on the pictures!