If your foundation decided to spend down and cease operations in a defined period of time, what might the process look like? It’s a question more family foundation boards are facing, as entrepreneurs pursue philanthropy the way they conducted business – with an exit plan in mind. This webinar will feature two prominent family foundations that have recently completed the final steps of the sunset process. Leaders from the Orfalea Foundation and the Noyce Foundation will share lessons learned and real experiences of how sunsetting altered the foundation’s culture and brought new focus to their respective quests for demonstrable change in the communities and causes they served.
Pendred Noyce was Co-Principal Investigator of the NSF-funded Massachusetts State Systemic Initiative Program and of PALMS,…View Profile
Lois Mitchell has extensive experience directing philanthropic initiatives, navigating strategic plans, and building key partnerships with cross-sector…View Profile
Catherine Brozowski is the President of Giving Matters, a consulting firm that manages grantmaking and administration for…View Profile
Ann S. Bowers is the Chair of the Board and the co-founding trustee of the Noyce…View Profile