Elizabeth Stauber

Elizabeth Stauber

Archivist and Records Manager, Hogg Foundation for Mental Health

Elizabeth Stauber provides access to the Hogg Foundation’s research, programs, operations, and history, establishing context and support for decision making that upholds the foundation’s core values. Elizabeth has helped many organizations—from museums to news organizations—preserve their analog and electronic records for future generations.

Leveraging Your Records for Meaningful Grantmaking

501 Chiwana

Grants data and records are valuable and underutilized assets, and contain demographic, geographic, strategic, transactional, and evaluative details that can be tracked, analyzed, and used to inform decision making.

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Short Talk (Round 1) | A Short Conversation about Foundation Archives and Records Management

501 Chiwana

Foundations that participated in the Advancing Foundation Archives: Advocacy, Strategies, and Solutions conference in June 2019 will share their archival and records retention journey, highlighting the importance of good practices, strategies for efficiently tackling big archives projects, and how to capture and record your foundation’s history.

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Short Talk (Round 2) | A Short Conversation about Foundation Archives and Records Management

501 Chiwana

Foundations that participated in the Advancing Foundation Archives: Advocacy, Strategies, and Solutions conference in June 2019 will share their archival and records retention journey, highlighting the importance of good practices, strategies for efficiently tackling big archives projects, and how to capture and record your foundation’s history.

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