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I was interviewing a candidate to join our Web team at the Robert Wood Johnson Foundation several years back, and he asked me a question I didn’t get from any other candidates: “Do you have fun here?”
My answer? “We want to.” Read the rest of this entry »
I’ve been thinking back through the stories I could tell about Frank Karel, who died on Saturday.
His obituary certainly captures his extraordinary contribution to philanthropy, but what I remember most was the man himself. It was Frank who hired me at the Robert Wood Johnson Foundation, and I had the great privilege of working with him for six months before he moved on to a retirement that was as full as his worklife until he was slowed by the cancer that ultimately claimed him.