Twitter lists for mobility and cities

Twitter lists are a great way to organize your timeline, focus on a specific topic, and stay up to date without following a lot of individual accounts. Here are some of my favorites in the mobility and city worlds:

Berlin 2019

East Side Gallery (Berlin Wall)

Some highlights from Berlin in October 2019. It was my second time in what has become one of my favorite cities.

10 things progressive funders must learn from conservative ones, or we are all screwed | Nonprofit AF

Conservative funders focus on the big picture, act quickly, do not micromanage, provide significant general operating funds, fund for twenty or thirty years, support leaders and movements, engage in policy and politics, and treat grantees as equal partners. Progressive funders—with a few exceptions—intellectualize, are severely risk-averse, focus narrowly, fund isolated strategies and programs, avoid politics, …

Digital Security & Grantcraft Guide / Ford Foundation

Funders ask us all kinds of questions about our financial, leadership, cultural, and management capacities. Not once has a funder asked me about our digital security capacity, even when awarding $100,000-plus grants. This guide is geared towards grantmakers, but is also useful for grantees to self-asses our digital security threats. In the digital age, grantmakers …

🤔 Combating Decision Fatigue

Decision fatigue is a real thing. We all have a finite daily capacity for making decisions. Stewarding that capacity is a key part of success in the nonprofit world, and I've picked up a few tips and tricks along the way.