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  1. Dr. David Mathews

    A Note from David Mathews on His Revised Role at the Kettering Foundation

    When I joined the Kettering Foundation in 1981, the board and I agreed that in addition to being president, I would continue the research and writing I had been doing while in universities. So, I have had two jobs. Now I would like to have just one.

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  2. Rachel Naftel Mosness Chosen to Lead Mathews Center as Executive Director

    The David Mathews Center for Civic Life is happy to announce Rachel Naftel Mosness has been chosen to lead the organization as its new Executive Director.

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  3. Where We’ve Been: Summer Teacher Workshops

    The summer of 2021 kicked off with a series of professional development workshops across the state. During the week of June 7-11, DMC Education Director Gabrielle Lamplugh attended four workshops to present on educational resources.  Read More »

  4. Welcome 2021 Innovators in Civic Education Fellows!

    On June 21, the David Mathews Center for Civic Life hosted the third annual workshop of the Innovators in Civic Education Fellows. Teacher Fellows assist the DMC in educational programming by providing valuable insight on how to create the most relevant and useful resources for educators, both in the classroom and the community. Read More »

  5. Loren Gary Joins DMC as Development Director

    The David Mathews Center for Civic Life is pleased to announce the hiring of Loren Gary as Development Director. In this role, Loren will work with DMC Executive Director Cristin Brawner to drive the organization’s sustainable growth to meet its mission. Loren will be responsible for developing and maintaining active and productive relationships with internal and external constituencies.

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  6. DEADLINE EXTENDED: DMC Strategic Planning Request for Proposals

    The Board of Directors of the David Mathews Center for Civic Life (DMC) is launching a strategic planning process for the organization that will define its direction for the next five years.

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  7. Tipping Point: The 2020 Year in Review

    Despite the unique challenges posed throughout 2020, Alabamians found ways to continue serving their communities and addressing new needs. The DMC was fortunate to work remotely with our partners statewide to continue programming safely, and we hope you enjoy this month-by-month journey through a year like no other.

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  8. Women’s History Month: Alabama Stories

    In honor of Women’s History Month, here’s a short overview of just a few women who have made Alabama better and stronger.

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