Sarina Dayal is the research associate at Candid, where she helps derive insights and trends about the nonprofit and philanthropic sectors. She is a former youth board member of Tarsadia Foundation and is passionate about using data to reimagine philanthropic practice in a way that democratizes power and is truly regenerative for communities and the planet. Sarina holds a B.S. from the University of California, Davis, where she majored in Sustainable Environmental Design and minored in Middle East/South Asia studies.


Voices from the Field

The Impact of COVID-19 on Civil Society

Posted on August 14, 2020 by Sarina Dayal

This article was originally published by Candid and is re-posted here with permission. Over the last four months, organizations around the globe have surveyed foundations, nonprofits, civil society organizations, and individuals to learn how the COVID-19 pandemic is affecting them. The findings from these surveys provide data to help the sector best respond to the crisis, strengthen solidarity, and inform… Read More

NCFP’s Engaging the Next Generation Peer Network Series

Posted on November 6, 2018 by Dave Moss, Michelle Knapik, Neil Gobioff, Sarina Dayal

We are excited to feature two next gen givers who have each been engaged in their family’s foundations for more than a decade. Both Sarina Dayal, Tarsadia Foundation & Foundation Center, and Dave Moss, Moss Family Foundation & Unfunded List, spend their days working to support nonprofits and the field of philanthropy. Hear from Sarina and Dave about their engagement,… Read More

For Youth by Youth: Meeting with Your Peers- Tips for Collaboration

Posted on April 27, 2015 by Anna Bebermeyer, Sarina Dayal, Veeral Suthar

Sometimes it can be challenging to work with other groups, for example, with other committees or with adults. Learn skills to help facilitate meetings for effectiveness and make decisions as a team. After this session, you'll be better at facilitating meetings, using collaborative decision-making tools, and leading others. Collaboration can be fun and rewarding! … Read More