Interview with Karen Henders of South Saskatchewan Community Foundations
Lynn Gidluck, Co-director of PhiLab's Western Hub, interviews Karen Henders of the South Saskatchewan Community Foundation on their participation in the Vital Signs program. What motivated them to partake in the initiative? How has the project grown over time? What were the results? Tune in to find out.Karen is SSCF’s Director of Community and Grant Stewardship. Karen leads community engagement and granting activities, including the Vital Signs Community Network (VSCN). Her focus is to strengthen South Saskatchewan Community Foundation’s community knowledge and inform its activities in support of the charitable sector. As the Director of Community and Grant Stewardship, Karen works with SSCF’s Executive Director to effectively match the generous gifts of donors with the needs of the community. She brings a wealth of experience to her role at SSCF with over 13 years of program management experience in the arts and creative industries sectors, from her time in the film industry, as an entrepreneur, and with her Master of Business Administration from the University of Regina. This podcast is part of PhiLab's special edition on the Demographics of Philanthropy.
Duration: 18 min