What are the spectrum of options available to family foundations and funds seeking to engage diverse perspectives in their work? What are the benefits of doing so and how can you develop a strategy and plan that makes the most sense for your governance and grantmaking approach? And how can families learn together with the organizations and community they support – how can you get out of your offices and boardrooms to share both your successes and mistakes with the outside world. Join this conversation with board and staff representatives from two family foundations that have identified creative ways to connect with their community, along with a leader from Grantmakers for Effective Organizations, who will present findings from GEO’s new study, Learning Together: Actionable Approaches for Grantmakers.
Avi Khullar serves as a Senior Program Manager at the Stuart Foundation. Stuart Foundation is committed…View Profile
Cindy Doyle is a trustee of the Peter and Elizabeth C. Tower Foundation and the Tower…View Profile