A photo of Kate Goodall.
The Huffington Post   |   March 25, 2016
This week’s ConvHERsations webisode features a discussion with Kate Goodall, the COO of the S&R Foundation.  
Washington Business Journal   |   March 21, 2016
The historic Georgetown building S&R Foundation purchased for $16.5 million last June is taking steps toward its future identity as an arts incubator. The... Read more
DCist   |   March 21, 2016
D.C. has been bleeding arts, music, and other DIY spaces amid the real estate boom, so news of free studio space is a welcome reprieve. The non-profit S&R... Read more
The Washington Post   |   March 18, 2016
Recognizing the District’s need for studio space for artists, the S&R Foundation is offering local artists six months of free space in the Fillmore School... Read more
photo of Kate Goodall
Washington Business Journal   |   February 26, 2016
Kate Goodall grew up in Hertfordshire, England, and moved to Alexandria at age 14. She wanted to be an architect, but after studying world lit and nautical... Read more
Photo of Sachiko Kuno
Forbes   |   February 3, 2016
A permanent resident of the U.S., she cofounded and is CEO of S&R Foundation, a nonprofit in Washington D.C. that supports talented individual in the arts... Read more
Schoolgirls in Ethiopia hold up prototypes of EmpowerPanties, which have built-in reusable sanitary pads. (Courtesy of EmpowerPanties)
The Washington Post   |   January 8, 2016
Diana Sierra was interning for the United Nations in Uganda when she realized there was a big reason local girls were skipping school: They had their periods.... Read more
A photo of inside the Halcyon Incubator.
DC Inno   |   December 30, 2015
Check out a few of the newer and vertical-specific accelerator programs in the D.C. area that you should keep an eye on in 2016.
DC Urban Turf   |   December 15, 2015
In 2011, they purchased Evermay for $22 million. A year later, they paid the heavily-discounted price of $11 million for Halcyon House. And in 2015, they... Read more
A video of chief executive Kate Glantz receiving InGENuity 2015 Pitch Contest Prize.
The Washington Post   |   December 3, 2015
Evan Burfield, 1776 awards the 2015 inGENuitY pitch contest award to Heartful.ly founder and chief executive Kate Glantz.