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Monthly Archives: June 2010
by Ashley Kasprzak, JVA Consulting Perhaps because I heard legal stories almost daily growing up, I am drawn toward issues of organizational transparency and accountability. Over the last two years I have developed a training workshop on this topic called, … Continue reading
by Ashley Kasprzak, JVA Consulting Pathways Hospice in northern Colorado hosted its 10th Annual Debbie Boose Tennis Tournament two weeks ago. This was my third time participating, and it was a blast. Even though the relentless rain mucked up many … Continue reading
by Katy Snyder, JVA Consulting If you’re anything like me, you may be finding the oil spill in the gulf a little hard to grasp. While I still have vivid memories of pictures of the Exxon Valdez spill of 1989, … Continue reading
by Katy Snyder, JVA Consulting According to the American Cancer Society: Ovarian cancer is the ninth most common cancer among women A woman’s risk of getting this type of cancer is 1 in 71 In order to raise funds and … Continue reading