Simms: To all: Thank you for your wonderful questions! What a great amount of energy and talent are out there! For any of you looking to learn more about careers in the nonprofit sector, or transitioning from the private sector to the nonprofit sector, please feel free to visit the Bridgestar web site at http://www.bridgestar.org or the Bridgespan site at http://www.bridgespan.org. In addition to some learning centers, we also have a nonprofit job board that hosts full time, part time and board positions. Best of luck to each and every one of you as you seek to use your skills in meaningful ways to serve society.
Wood: I'd like to thank everybody for their support, mentally and monetarily. Prayers are welcome. We have many people in Ghana praying for us, so the more the merrier!
We are continuing to accept donations at http://www.wellsforghana.com.
Pauley: Well, it's time to wrap up this month's chat, however I’d like to join all of Ken’s friend’s here and in Ghana in praying that he lives 150 years…or more! And David, thanks for your expertise and great contributions to our chat today.
I hope everyone here enjoyed the conversation as much as I did! See me again on November 9 on the TODAY Show where I’ll be bringing you another great story about someone who is hearing their life calling in a new and different way.
Stay tuned to aarp.org/Jane for more resources and inspiring stories on reinvention.