“As the principal of the the nominating committee for the Book Festival I found this year’s Nantucket Nonprofit Leadership conference incredibly helpful and inspiring. We are now seeking new candidates and officers for the committee and found myself quoting one of the presenters, Ms. Fridman. She said “think about where your organization WANTS TO GO when you are looking for new board members”. This quote and other lessons learned from the conference started a productive conversation at our last meeting.”
Annye Camara, Nantucket Book Foundation Trustee and Small Business Owner
“Receiving the William H. Brown Scholarship gave me a new appreciation for the Nantucket community and the support it has always given me-my scholarship is one of the many ways the island has helped me pursue my goals in different areas”
Olivia Funderburg, a recent graduate of Wellesley College who received this scholarship for all 4 years.
“Studying and teaching within the “Healing through the Creative Process” continually affirms the variety of benefits that art-based activities offer for discovery of personal resources and practical implementation of those resources. I am thrilled to be sharing my positive experiences and results through teaching students ways to invigorate healthy lifestyle choices, balance, self-management and self-care.”
Patience Killen, teacher for the fall class on The Nantucket Fund Grant to the Nantucket Artists Association