— The Council for a Livable World is seeking a new Director of Development. The Director of Development “will work with the Executive Director of CACNP and CLW as a senior member of the staff to create a culture of philanthropy within and for CLW and CACNP. S/he will lead the overall fundraising effort and, as such, will be responsible for retaining and expanding existing funding streams through an enhanced structure for identifying, qualifying, cultivating, soliciting and stewarding annual fund donors, high net worth individuals, corporations and foundations. The Director will create and implement new models of income generation including the establishment of giving societies. S/he will cultivate relationships with and solicit gifts from high-net worth individuals, corporations and foundations. S/he will oversee the development and distribution of an Annual Report for use in the stewardship of donors.” A minimum of five to seven years of professional fundraising/development experience required, “with preference given to candidates with a proven track record leading development programs and in leadership/major gifts fundraising.”
— Association of World Citizens President René Wadlow looks back on the life of Carl Rogers, “a US psychologist and educator and a leading figure of what is often called ‘The Third Wave of Psychology.’ … In the early 1980s, in the Soviet Union, some persons became more open to an interest; in what was being done in the intellectual life of Western countries. Carl Rogers was invited to lecture to mental health professionals in the Soviet Union. … Rogers’ peace activities also concerned Central America and South Africa — areas torn by deep divisions; and uncertainty about the future.”
— The United Nations Association of the United States of America website profiles its chapter at Resurrection University, a private Catholic University in Chicago that specializes in Nursing and Health Sciences.