Reflections

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Looking Back

Below is a collection of retrospective articles about the Noyce Leadership Institute and the Noyce Foundation’s approach.

  • An interview with Ann Bowers, former Board Chair, Noyce Foundation – Click Here
  • Lessons from NLI – Click Here
  • Reflections on Community Impact – Click Here
  • Reflections on moving from “Nice to Necessary” – Click Here
  • The Noyce Foundation Story – Click Here

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