2010 Echoing Green Fellow Scott Warren shares why he thinks the day after election day is more critical than the election itself. Read More.
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Today we’re excited to hear about a day in the life of a mover and a shaker in corporate philanthropy. Prior to joining the JPMorgan Chase Foundation, Ruthie Ackerman was an award-winning journalist who focused on women, wealth, and politics. Read More.
Data is big, data is powerful, and data is here to stay. Here are some tips for those looking to become a data-driven organization. Read More.
SOCAP 12 really rocked this year. The annual event, founded by Kevin Jones almost five years ago, has grown in size and recognition to become the mainstay conference on impact investing as applied to social ventures and the general market landscape. Involving participants from all over the world, the conference brings together entrepreneurs, experts, industry leaders, fund managers and government/public policy experts for three days of intense, stimulating and inspiring discussion and debate. Read More.
Want to keep on top of the world's greatest ideas in social change? Check out our new video featuring the visionaries of the 2012 Fellowship class.
On October 3, 2012, Open Society Foundations Campaign for Black Male Achievement hosted The Innovation and Impact Forum at the Grand Hyatt New York City. The event included over 200 attendees from the philanthropic sector, the business community, community based organizations, and noted influencers in the Black Male Achievement field. Read More.
If you are looking for a workplace that aligns with your purpose, take a look below. This month’s social impact job list includes exciting global opportunities from an array of organizations that we think drive positive change into the world. Read more.
Partnership, scale, but above all, dignity, was at the center of this year’s Clinton Global Initiative held earlier this week in New York. An annual gathering of world leaders, CEO's, and changemakers, the meeting resulted in 150 commitments expected to impact nearly 22 million people. Read More.