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Barbara Epstein
Barbara Epstein
Barbara Epstein is a writer, editor and consultant working with nonprofit, academic and community organizations. Her former roles include program administrator of the Coexistence Program at Brandeis University, senior program associate at the Robert Wood Johnson Foundation Community Health Leadership Program, analyst at Abt Associates and clinical social worker and program administrator. She is past president of the Arsenal Center for the Arts and led the organization from development through successful start-up of operations. She is also an artist with a studio in Watertown.
Posts by Barbara Epstein

Robin Chase is Still Disruptive

In an interview for Meeting of the Minds, Robin Chase (LF ’05) reflects on the role of the public sector in democratizing the benefits of technology and adapting for innovation. She doesn’t see a contradiction between economic progress and preserving … read more

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Positions Open at Massachusetts DCAMM

The Massachusetts Division of Capital Asset Management and Maintenance is seeking 2 new hires: a Director of Energy and Sustainability and a Project Manager in the Office of Real Estate.

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Apply for the 2017-18 Loeb Fellowship

The Loeb Fellowship offers a transformative year in residence at the Harvard Graduate School of Design and fellowship in a powerful worldwide network of colleagues.   We are seeking successful and passionate mid-career practitioners from diverse disciplines, who are influential in … read more

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Janet Echelman Awarded USA Fellowship

Browse the website of United States Artists and you can’t miss the photo of Janet Echelman’s gorgeous sculpture flying over the Boston Greenway. She’s been named a USA Fellow this year in architecture and design, one of eight creative disciplines … read more

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Opening for Dean at University of Wyoming

The University of Wyoming is inviting applications for Dean of the Haub School of Environment and Natural Resources. The Dean oversees six academic programs that serve 250 students, the Ruckelshaus Institute, and seventeen core faculty and staff. The Dean also … read more

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John Peterson Posits a Way Forward

Many progressives are looking for the way to play an effective role in creating social change now that the dismal presidential campaign is over. John Peterson, curator of the Loeb Fellowship, Loeb alum, and founder of Public Architecture, has an answer for … read more

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Greta Byrum Sounds an Alarm

What does the protest over the Standing Rock oil pipeline have to do with a potential merger between AT&T and Time Warner, or with building a national disaster response communication system? Loeb Greta Byrum sees the connection and warns about … read more

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New Role for India Pierce Lee

The headline says it all: "India Pierce Lee named senior vice president for the Cleveland Foundation." Pierce Lee was a Loeb Fellow in 2009. Read the article to find out why it makes perfect sense and why foundation president and … read more

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Loeb Fellows to Facebook: Think Regionally

Last month, when Facebook invited Loeb alums to its newly expanded corporate headquarters as part of a bus tour of Silicon Valley, it realized it had an informal braintrust it could mine for ideas about a variety of challenges Facebook … read more

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Anna Heringer’s Bamboo Hostels

Anna Heringer’s (LF ’12) designs appear to have sprung from the earth; they are more like living things than buildings. For a 360 degree look at some of the latest creations from her team, see this striking drone video from … read more

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