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Theresa Wukusick, excuetive dircetor of the Health Path Foundation of Ohio joins Kim Cutlip to discuse Collaborative Grantmaking for the Betterment of the Community. ------------- The HealthPath Foundation of Ohio (HPF-Ohio) - was established in 1999 as a supporting organization of The Greater Cincinnati Foundation (GCF). The HPF-Ohio
Emmett D. Carson, Ph. D., is an international thought leader in the field of philanthropy. As founding CEO of Silicon Valley Community Foundation in 2006, he led the unprecedented merger of two of the largest community foundations in the world. Today, SVCF has over $4.7 billion under management, and Emmett oversees the community foundation’s work with donors and corporations, whose generous giving has made SVCF both the largest grantmaker to Bay Area nonprofit organizations and the largest international grantmaker among community foundations in the U.S.
Before this, Emmett had a distinguished 12-year career as CEO of The Minneapolis Foundation and, prior to that, oversaw the Ford Foundation’s U.S. and global grantmaking program on philanthropy and the nonprofit sector. Emmett has published more than 100 works on philanthropy and is an authority on issues of social justice, public accountability and African American giving. He is consistently recognized as one of the most influential nonprofit leaders in the U.S. and has honorary degrees from Indiana University, Morehouse College and The National Hispanic University. Emmett received both his master’s and Ph.D. degrees in public and international affairs from Princeton University and his bachelor’s degree in economics, Phi Beta Kappa, from Morehouse College.
Listen in as Ted interviews four distinguished guests live from the Grant Managers Network Conference in San Diego:
Dolores Estrada: Manager, Grants Administration at The California Endowment
In her current capacity, Ms. Estrada oversees the administrative functions and policies of the foundation’s online grant-making process, and provides guidance on issues of tax and legal compliance review.
Myriam Fizazi-Hawkins: Director, Grantmaking Resource Center at National Endowment for Democracy
In her role at the GRC, which she cofounded, Myriam manages a team that brings best practices in grantmaking to NED, identifies opportunities for efficiencies, and implements process changes at NED.
Iris Garcia: Program Officer, Grants Operations at Global Fund for Women
In Iris' current role, she manages a multilingual team that accompanies applicants and grantees throughout the grantmaking process. Previous to her role in grants operations, Iris worked with the Global Fund on its Learning, Monitoring and Evaluation team and its Program team.
Jen Bokoff: Director of GrantCraft at The Foundation Center
GrantCraft is a project that taps the “practical wisdom” of funders to increase the collective knowledge of the philanthropy field. In her role, Jen develops grantmaking resources, facilitates the exchange of information among funders around the world, strategizes around new approaches to presenting and analyzing data, and collaborates across departments to maximize sector impact.
On this episode, our CEO Ted Hart will discuss corporate giving, including insights on international giving, in the context of CECP's new report, Giving Around the Globe. Featured on the show will be Carmen Perez, CECP's Manager of Measurements & Standards. Carmen leads the organization’s global research, including implementing the Global Guide reporting standard and authoring the publication Giving Around the Globe. Carmen was instrumental in
CAF America CEO will host a Q & A session on this year's World Giving Index with CAF International Policy Officer Adam Pickering. Adam is CAF’s International Policy Officer and leads in the development of policy positions and global advocacy for CAF. Adam is delivering our Future World Giving project which aims to highlight the potential for opening up philanthropy to a rapidly increasing global middle class whose engagement in philanthropy could have a huge impact on soci
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Join Janis as she talks with Judy de Barros, Manager of The Seattle Foundation's esteemed Neighbor to Neighbor grassroots grantmaking program. Janis and Judy are talking about how Neighbor to Neighbor has evolved over its twenty year history (partners, mechanics, and focus) and what is ahead. Judy is sharing insights about the benefits to both the foundation and the community that comes with a long-term "patient money" grantmaking approach - how small projects build
CAF America CEO Ted Hart hosts this show LIVE FROM SINGAPORE with Chief Executive Director, CAF South East Asia Terrence Chee. In just the last few years, CAF America has made nearly 1,500 grants totaling over $25 million to more than 250 charities in 17 countries in the Asia-Pacific region. As the leader in global grantmaking, CAF America pays careful attention to the philanthropic sector and the changing needs its donors client. As a result, on June 10, 2013 (the LIVE air date of thi
Host Ted Hart will interview CAF America's very own Jessie Krafft, Manager of Donor Advised and Grant Services. The two will discuss equivalency determination-- truths about it, misconceptions, understanding why it's important in international grantmaking, times when you don't actually need it and when you do. About Jessie: A critical part of the CAFAmerica Grants team, Krafft is a leadership force, moving through the ranks of the Grants team to Grants Officer and then to her
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Janis is talking with Sheena Solomon about the What If Mini-Grant Program that she designed to encourage Syracuse neighbors to join forces and move their good ideas into action. Sheena will tell us why she thought a mini-grant program was important for Syracuse, how she approached building buy-in for the program, how it works, and what difference it is making.
Michael Durham will be discussing expenditure responsibility and how it makes a difference in the way international grantmaking operates. Michael Durham joined Caplin & Drysdale's Washington DC Office as an associate in 2004. He became a member in 2011.
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In this episode of Grassroots Perspectives, Janis is talking with David Portillo, long-time grassroots grantmaker and Program Officer at The Denver Foundation, about the power of patient money for growing the capacity of community groups to make the change that they envision in their communities. Janis and David will be talking about the idea of patient money and what it brings to the community-based grantmaking picture, what David has learned about moving that idea into reality, and what diff
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