Sequestering the Sector

Thursday, February 28, 2013

Rockefeller Philanthropy Advisors President & CEO Melissa Berman discusses what the sequester could mean for the nonprofit sector.

Sequestration used to be about protection: Valuable property was sequestered by a court to protect it during a dispute; some nuns, monks, and other religious figures still live sequestered lives, as will the former Pope Benedict XVI. In a radical semantic shift, sequestered in the US now means decimated by bizarre budgeting...