Zoe True

Associate Director of Impact, Intentional Futures

At iF, Zoë untangles complex evidence to inform strategy and solve problems in social impact. She came to Seattle to attend the Evans School of Public Policy at the UW, earning an MPA in 2015. Before Seattle, she served in the US Peace Corps in Morocco where she led a youth health-education club and women’s empowerment conferences. Prior to the Peace Corps, Zoë worked on political campaigns, led development at an arts education nonprofit in Los Angeles, and earned her MA in Political Science. She strongly believes in civic engagement and serves on the Executive Board of her local Democrats and on the Seattle City Women’s Commission.

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Voices from the Field

Intentional Collaboration is a Group Effort (Part 1 of 4)

Posted on June 10, 2021 by Debi Blizard, Zoe True

Courtesy of Brooke Cagle on Unsplash As philanthropists lean into global challenges like climate change and economic inequality, it is easy to see that no one person or organization can shift the tide on these issues by themselves. To move the needle on these complex problems we must understand how to work together better, both externally with our partners as… Read More

How can 21st century collaboration enable greater social impact?

Posted on June 10, 2021 by Debi Blizard, Zoe True

As philanthropists lean into global challenges like climate change and economic inequality, it is easy to see that no one person or organization can shift the tide on these issues by themselves. To move the needle on these complex problems we must understand how to work together better, both externally with our partners as well as internally across groups and… Read More

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