Get ready for the summer with EdFuel’s Summer Must-Dos

Kristina Campa Gruca| June 13, 2019 “I need a vacation from my vacation.” I’ve heard this phrase from friends and colleagues and have experienced the pain of enjoying time off only to be bombarded by the work of catching up once I return to work. This year, I was determined that wouldn’t be the case. A few weeks ago, my … Read More

You Can’t Claim To Care For Your People and Ignore Their Mental Health

Kelly Gleischman  May 29, 2019 You Can’t Claim To Care For Your People and Ignore Their Mental Health Today marks the end of Mental Health Awareness Month, and I wanted to take a minute to reflect on an issue that is incredibly important to me both personally and professionally. And this year, I’d like to reflect on it through the … Read More

The Power of Convening: EdFuel’s 2019 D.C. Talent Summit

Mary Mason Boaz May 16, 2019 In many organizations, talent leaders often do their work in a silo or are members of very small talent teams where the chance to collaborate is limited. Additionally, talent leaders often take on multiple workstreams (recruitment, hiring, the retention…the list goes on!) and thus their time is scarce, which can mean that opportunities to … Read More

Candidate Matchmaking: Steps to Ensure Candidates “Swipe Right”

Kerri-Ann Nesbeth February 28, 2019 Skeptical about finding the right person who is highly qualified for the role? Have you been putting your organization out there? Wish it was as quick and easy as swiping right?  Here’s how to set yourself apart and ensure you find your perfect match! Gone are the days of the online dating stigma. Whether using … Read More

DC Bilingual: EdFuel DC Talent Cohort Partner in Action

As we enter a new year, many people are taking the time to reflect on the past and to set goals for the future. At EdFuel, each year we strive to build capacity for individuals and organizations to develop stronger internal talent systems. In 2017 EdFuel was awarded the Scholarships for Opportunity and Results (SOAR) Act grant by the Office … Read More

Why Talent Work Matters For Our LGBT Students

Kelly Gleischman November 1, 2018 As we close out LGBT History Month, it seemed like a great time to reflect on how critical talent work is for our LGBT students, particularly those who are bullied or silenced based on their identity. For me, this is deeply personal because I was one. I was lucky. As a white girl growing up … Read More