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Lessons from Harvey and Irma

As I check in on symphony orchestras and arts-related non-profit organizations in Houston, across Florida, in Georgia and the Carolinas following Hurricanes Harvey and Irma, I'm reminded of the critical need to develop -- and test and update -- organizational disaster and recovery plans. How will your non-profit fulfill its mission if/when the unexpected happens?

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