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Celebrating 20 Years of Leadership by Retiring Casey President


Douglas W. Nelson retired as president and CEO of the Annie E. Casey Foundation in April after serving for two decades.
The Trustees named Patrick T. McCarthy, Casey’s senior vice president, as his successor. This two-part special issue of Casey Connects newsletter and a video provide insights and interviews about some of Doug Nelson’s key contributions to the Foundation and the field during his 20-year tenure. 
 

 
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Casey Connects
Spring 2010, Part 1

 

 


Individual Articles

  • Panel Plays Pioneering Role in Child Welfare Lawsuits
  • Initiative Offers Support for Older Foster Youth
  • Detention Reform Work Sets Standards for Field
  • Informing and Influencing Public Policy
  • KIDS COUNT Spurs Data-Driven Reform 
  • Living Cities Sparks Innovative Community Investments  
  • Social Investing Spreads Reach of Philanthropy 
  • Going After an Ambitious Agenda in Atlanta
  • Baltimore Work Models Responsible Redevelopment 


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    The Annie E. Casey Foundation
    1990-2010: The Legacy Continues (15:30)