In the News

Katie Krueger’s work in the news.

UW-Madison Division of Information Technology

Bring custom technology training to your classroom

Milwaukee Journal Sentinel,  April 24, 2012

Firm launched by UW grads wins Social Venture Competition

Wisconsin State Journal, April 28, 2012

 Tech and Biotech: Spill Inc. focuses on future after impressive victory

In Business with Jody and Joan Radio Show, June 17, 2010 The Business of Grant Writing (podcast)

Katie Krueger writes grant applications for nonprofits via her company, Find Funding. Here are her tips for better outcomes – share them with your favorite nonprofit leader!

Miamian, Spring 2010

Snapshots of Service: Project Japale Goune

Wisconsin Woman Magazine, October 2009

Wisconsin Woman: Woman To Know

Travel Inspires Book, Nonprofit for Katie Krueger Page 9.

Here on Earth, Wisconsin Public Radio, August 16,2009

Here on Earth, Wisconsin Public Radio

Interview with Lori Gross, Here on Earth. 

WORT Interview, In Our Backyard, July 22, 2009

WORT In Our Backyard

Interviewed by Kori Graves on WORT’s In Our Backyard about new book, Give with Gratitude. (MP3 file – Minute 19:42)

Isthmus, June 25, 2009

Entrepreneurs by Necessity

Sometimes starting a successful new business is as easy as having everything else in your life go wrong., February 10, 2009

It May Be Time Now To Start Your Own Business
Want to get work with no grueling job interviews and where no one can fire you? Self-employment may be a great opportunity right now.

Reconnections, October 2006 (pg. 4)

Three Alumni Help Feed Hungry Minds

The sight of children in tattered clothes living with their parents in a tent in Senegal inspired three U.S. Rotary Foundation Scholars — Katie Krueger, Ling Ling Phung, and Natalie Domond — to start a school lunch program for underprivileged students there in 2003.

One thought on “In the News

  1. Rick Brooks

    GIVE: what a fine book! Full of wonderful insights, great stories and characters. I picked up your book in one of the Little Free Libraries in town and started reading it a couple days ago. Full of wonderful insights, great stories and characters. Having led quite a few student trips to Latin America and Asia, I will be recommending it as part of orientation in the future.

    Beyond that, I’d love to know more about your work and whether you might entertain getting involved in Little Free Libraries around the world. We’re about to transition to a completely new website and would be happy to promote you, your book, talks, online course and writing.

    I would be grateful for the chance to explore the possibilities with you. Give me a call and we can meet somewhere. I’ll be at the Farmer’s Market tomorrow morning and pretty free all next week. Live and work on the near west side of Madison.

    Rick B. 345-0750

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