On Monday, I’ll be posting a podcast with Robert Egger. Robert is a driving force behind the Nonprofit Primary Project and is the Founder and President of the DC Central Kitchen. DC Central Kitchen provides marketable culinary skills to homeless men and women while recovering over one ton of surplus food each day and turning it into 4,000 meals for the hungry in the Washington DC area. In each of the past two years, Robert has been named to the Nonprofit Time’s list of “50 Most Powerful and Influential Nonprofit Leaders”. You can read more about Robert at the links below. If you have a contribution to make, please leave it in the comments section.
- Robert’s official bio.
- DC Central Kitchen website.
- Robert got into a debate with Pablo Eisenberg that began in the pages of the Chronicle of Philanthropy, became a panel discuss at the Hudson Institute, and then tumbled onto the pages of Tactical Philanthropy. You can find an overview of the debate here, Bill Schambra’s email to me about the panel here, Eisenberg’s email to me here, and Egger’s email to me here.
- An interview that he did with Stanford Social Innovation Review in 2004.
- Robert’s blog.