Diana Scearce has dedicated her career to helping social changemakers increase effectiveness and impact, in the U.S. and around the world. Diana’s independent consulting practice focuses on developing and evolving strategy, research into nonprofit and philanthropic effectiveness, learning facilitation and collaboration support. Diana spent 6 years leading evaluation and learning within foundations, as Director of Learning and Evaluation at the Skoll Global Threats Fund and as Director of Evaluation and Learning at the David and Lucile Packard Foundation. Before entering the foundation world, Diana worked in social impact consulting, as a director at the Monitor Institute and a practitioner at Global Business Network. She has authored several articles on social change, including Catalyzing Networks for Social Change: A Funder’s Guide (GEO, 2011), Working Wikily (SSIR, 2010), and What If? The Art of Scenario Thinking for Nonprofits (GBN, 2004). Diana received her B.A. from Vassar College, her M.A. in religious studies from University of London’s SOAS, and her Master of Public Administration from the Harvard Kennedy School.
Make This Moment a Tipping Point, Not a Tragedy
Posted on June 9, 2020 by Diana Scearce
Grantmaking Strategies for Family Funders: Supporting Resiliency and Recovery
Posted on April 27, 2020 by Orlando Watkins, Diana Scearce, Karen Keating Ansara
Resilience at Work: How Nonprofits Adapt to Disruption. How Funders Can Help.
Posted on April 17, 2020 by Diana Scearce, S. D. Bechtel, Jr. Foundation
Family Philanthropy’s Response to COVID-19
Posted on March 20, 2020 by Antony Bugg-Levine, Diana Scearce, Marcus F. Walton, Patricia McIlreavy, Nicholas A. Tedesco
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