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Cover Story - April 15, 2022

Cammie Vail plants seeds of growth for local nonprofits

by Jamey Padojino

In January 2020, Cammie Vail filed her six month's notice for retirement following 17 years as the Palo Alto Community Fund's executive director. Little did she know that her final months in the role would bring unprecedented challenges for the Midpeninsula as the coronavirus pandemic unfolded.

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