Gail Picco

Gail Picco

Editor-in-Chief, The Charity Report

Gail Picco is an award-winning charity strategist, author, editor and writer who has been worked in the charity sector for 30 years and provided analysis and commentary for the past decade. For 16 years, she ran her own consulting company Gail Picco Associates. Civil Sector Press published her latest book, Cap in Hand: How Charities are Failing the People of Canada and the World in 2017. Her first novel, What the Enemy Thinks: A Beck Carnell Novel was published in 2015 by iUniverse. She is also the editor of the The Charity Report Literary Hub.

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Edgar Villanueva: ‘The Rainy Day We’ve All Been Thinking About is Here’

Posted on April 30, 2020 by Edgar Villanueva, Gail Picco

Edgar Villanueva speaking at the 2019 National Forum on Family Philanthropy
Editor’s Note: This interview was originally published by The Charity Report and re-posted here with permission.  Gail Picco: How are you doing? Edgar Villanueva: I’m doing okay, all things being considered. I’m in Brooklyn and live about a block from a hospital. It’s just non-stop sirens, and I wonder what’s happening with those people… Gail Picco: The Charity Report launched just as… Read More

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