Global consultant comes home

Gene DePrez has long been the “go to” guy for firms seeking a new headquarters, research or manufacturing location or for communities looking for a new vision. Now he’s back in Rochester, relocating that knowledge here.

How Anthony inspires young female leaders

The suffragist and social reformer’s resilience in the face of countless obstacles continues to motivate women at the helm of businesses and nonprofit organizations.

Labor, temperance, and the vote

Susan B. Anthony’s reform work encompassed various causes. She saw voting rights as a means to address economic and social, as well as political, inequality.

Susan B. Anthony’s Rochester

The suffragist spent much of her life away from the Flower City, but it was here that Anthony planted her roots as a reformer and established her skills as an organizer and agitator.

Life on the edge

For the nonprofits that serve the homeless and hungry, providing shelter and food to the needy today is only one challenge. They also must find ways to reach younger potential donors to fund operations in the future.

Learning from the Holocaust

On Jan. 27, heads of state from more than two dozen countries are expected to attend the commemoration of the 75th anniversary of the liberation of Auschwitz at the Auschwitz-Birkenau Memorial. However, there is reason for concern that awareness of the Holocaust is fading and anti-Semitism is on the rise again in this country—including Rochester—and abroad.