We wanted to provide you with an update on the Nonprofit Cultivation Center's recent successes and the program's future direction. The 2014 Tech Summit was a terrific success with an impressive nonprofit community presence and cutting edge, interactive technology presentations. We are very grateful to our knowledgeable group of volunteer tech presenters and the dedication of our staff members to offer this capacity-building event to our nonprofit community. As many of you know, our former Nonprofit Cultivation Center Program Manager, Kristin Imo, has taken a step forward in her career accepting a position with a consulting company. Kristin's departure creates an ideal time to evaluate the services the Nonprofit Cultivation Center currently provides and assess the program's impact on the community. It is our intention that this program remains innovative and unparalleled. Over the next few weeks we will be working with our consultant partners to review the Nonprofit Cultivation Center's existing programs and further develop meaningful content. With this imminent transition, we have thoughtfully worked with Amy Rosenblum to bring her role with the Nonprofit Cultivation Center to a close. We are grateful for Amy's partnership in growing the program as a valuable resource for the nonprofit community. This period of transition will be a time when we will be asking open ended questions about the impact and effectiveness of the program. The answers to those questions will help guide the future of the Nonprofit Cultivation Center. In the meantime, the Nonprofit Cultivation Center will continue to deliver the services upon which your agencies have come to rely. Peer groups will be meeting as scheduled to engage with relevant, transformative content in conversations facilitated by Stephanie Seifried and Nonprofit Cultivation Center's community partners. Organizational assessments that have begun will move forward and further assessments will be put on hold while we determine the most effective way to carry forward with that work. We look forward to providing you with more detail on the future enhancements we'll be making to the Nonprofit Cultivation Center. Thank you for your support.