Audrey Haberman joined the Biller Family Foundation in September 2021 as its Chief Executive Officer.

An experienced philanthropic leader, Audrey has spent much of her career helping mission-driven philanthropic organizations grow their impact. Prior to joining the Biller Family Foundation, Audrey served as the Managing Director of The Giving Practice (TGP), a consulting firm that works with foundations across the country. In addition to leading and significantly growing TGP over the past 11 years, she worked with over one hundred foundation leaders, boards and staff members to sharpen their strategy and improve their culture and practices. Audrey also served as Interim CEO of Philanthropy NW. Prior to TGP, Audrey was the Executive Director of the Pride Foundation for twelve years, and before that she played a range of leadership roles at the Women’s Funding Alliance and Seattle Rape Relief.

Audrey graduated from the University of Michigan. She is the mom of three kids between the ages 18-21 and loves to travel, ski, and hike.

Contributions

“Pretty Good Tools” for Collaboration, Strategy, and Partnership

Posted on May 1, 2017 by Audrey Haberman, Lisa Galaites

If you’re a philanthropy practitioner — staff member or trustee — these tools should be useful. The Giving Practice works with foundations and philanthropy organizations of all types and sizes, and they hear common questions and dilemmas. The Giving Practice's consultants are developed Pretty Good Tools to help you with the more challenging aspects of your job… Read More
Voices from the Field

Five Essential Practices to Improve Diversity, Equity, and Inclusion at Your Family Foundation

Posted on February 16, 2016 by Audrey Haberman, Sindhu Knotz

Last October, we had the pleasure of hosting a conversation with a group of ten family foundations attending the National Forum on Family Philanthropy in Seattle. The session was focused on how foundation leaders can begin to address the topic of diversity, equity, and inclusion (DEI) with your staff and trustees… Read More