Hosted by the Center for High Impact Philanthropy at the University of Pennsylvania
The challenges society faces are urgent and changing quickly. How can philanthropic funders meet these demands to create greater impact?
Moderated by Katherina Rosqueta, the founding executive director of CHIP, the conversation incorporates viewpoints from alumni of the High Impact Philanthropy Academy: Dr. Ruth Shaber, the founder of Tara Health Foundation; Dr. Sauda Smith, the executive director of Unite BVI; and Rob Longnecker, an executive committee member of the Herman H. Fleishman Foundation.
The panelists have addressed a variety of issues, spanning from funding women’s healthcare to hurricane response, and have taken on challenges such as the transformation of grantmaking policies and the establishment of more diverse philanthropic organizations. The audience is invited to partake in a candid discussion and Q&A session.