Author Profile: Katie Coleman

Katie is IFF’s Director of Communications. She is responsible for IFF’s overall organizational voice and programmatic communications initiatives, and she contributes regularly to IFF storytelling.

Posts by Katie Coleman

IFF clients give advice on how to spread awareness during Domestic Violence Awareness Month
Photo Tour: A ‘cathedral to youth tennis’ on Chicago’s South Side
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Addressing health disparities in the LGBTQ community
‘Leveling Up’ with Maya Camille-Broussard: A conversation with one of The Hatchery’s first resident food entrepreneurs
De-stigmatizing mental health care through integration, specialized support, and space design
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Wayne Metro’s new ‘impact center’ helps fill gaps in Highland Park
Humboldt Park’s La Casa Norte answers question: ‘What are all the things someone needs to be well?’
How one woman of color transitioned from utility executive to construction industry leader
St Louis’s Center of Creative Arts: Bridging the divide through the arts
Creative match-making leads to new early childhood education center on Detroit’s East Side
‘Garfield Park rules!’ as The Hatchery opens doors to food entrepreneurs in Chicago
Profile: Wendy Baumann, Wisconsin Women’s Business Initiative Corporation
Ministering to the soul: St. Louis nonprofit grows into new space for the formerly incarcerated
IFF celebrates 30 years by convening 500+ partners across the Midwest
Illinois Fresh Food Fund generates $34 million in community investment
Profile: Camarrah Morgan, Max M. and Marjorie S. Fisher Foundation
Tax credits enable faith-based CDC to open “nonprofit mall” and game-changing community center in Lafayette, IN
Giordano Dance transforms historic church into modern marvel
High school that emphasizes service makes investment in IFF
‘People learn to live again here:’ Kansas City’s Healing House expands to meet growing need
Profile: Lisa Mensah, President and CEO, Opportunity Finance Network
‘He always, always had my back’: How IFF partnered with Heartland Alliance to open a specialized health care facility on Chicago’s south side
The ‘homeland’: JEI’s historic reno brings nonprofit back to Jefferson Chalmers and anchors community development efforts
From concrete to commercial: How one community is breaking a 30-year development drought
Profile: Eric Weinheimer, President and CEO, Forefront
Profile: Angela G. Reyes, Executive Director and Founder, Detroit Hispanic Development Corporation
Fort Wayne’s ‘The Landing’: Development brings new life to one of Indiana’s oldest commercial districts
Resilience: How the Stronger Nonprofits Initiative is ensuring access while changing the narrative