To craft our new identity and space since our inception in September 2006, we have provided CARTHA’s organizational and program information primarily through our website. Our C2G2SM frameworks enable an effective integration platform for a range of diverse perspectives to be reflected in everything that we say, share, plan, and do.
CARTHA’s description of “collaborative doings”—what you read on our website or what you may hear or experience in any of our programs—are the voices of many. However, CARTHA herself faces learning-by-doing and communicative arts challenges similar to those faced by Collaborative Doers in academic-practitioner networks aimed at advancing global good. The nature of CARTHA’s work (and its usefulness to different communities-of-practice) needs to be recognized and affirmed in—and resonated through—the voices of those who join us on our journey today and over the longer term.
Our reputation since our inception has spread in an organic manner: through word-of-mouth testimonials from those who have participated in our programs who in turn offered program venues or introduced us to other partners. We are appreciative of the fact that our partners have chosen to feature our collaborative programs in their news releases, websites, blogs, newsletters, conference materials, video archives, and televised broadcasts. You can browse through some of these here.
Currently, CARTHA is a young organization operating as an all-volunteer team with limited financial resources. If CARTHA’s work intrigues you and you would like to support us, we’d welcome your call or email.