John Hawkins lives in Strafford, Vermont, and has been a teacher, a cabinetmaker, a wooden toy designer and manufacturer, a software engineer and a college administrator. He also spent several years as a local elected ofﬁcial serving as a Selectman and the Town Moderator. John, who has served on the Surdna Foundation Board of Trustees since 1999, is a great-grandson of John E. Andrus, who founded Surdna in 1917.
As a college administrator, John spent 17 years at Dartmouth College where he served as Associate Director of Consulting, Associate Director of Curricular Computing, Director of Distance Education and Director of Strategic Projects for Computing Services. He is also a graduate of Dartmouth College (BA 1969, MA 1995) and wrote his Master’s Thesis on “The Design of Computer Interfaces and the History of Cartography.”
John consults to foundations to help them utilize data visualization and mapping tools to evaluate grant-making and share information.
Does Mission- Related Investing Need to Become Mainstream Before it is Considered Acceptable?
Posted on October 9, 2014 by John Hawkins, Tomer Inbar
Mission Investing: Overcoming Resistance and Getting Started
Posted on October 9, 2014 by John Hawkins, Melanie Audette, Tomer Inbar, Tony Wells
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