As extreme natural events are increasingly affecting our health, livelihoods, and social fabric, how might philanthropic investments be more strategic in building greater community disaster resilience? Since philanthropy cannot do it alone, it requires that the sector aligns with our state government agencies to ensure that philanthropy complements state efforts and strategies.
Northern California Grantmakers invites you to our next quarterly conversation on disaster philanthropy facilitated by Terence Mulligan, CEO of Napa Valley Community Foundation. If you have not read Terence’s previous blog on informed disaster grantmaking principles and practices,The Theory and Practice of Disaster Grantmaking, check it out!
Terence Mulligan, CEO, Napa Valley Community Foundation
Terence is the Chief Executive Officer of Napa Valley Community Foundation. In this capacity, he serves as the primary liaison with the Board of Directors and all Committees, and directs all asset development, community leadership and donor engagement activities of the Community Foundation.
Prior to joining Community Foundation in February 2004, Terence spent three years at the Peninsula Community Foundation in Silicon Valley, helping to raise more than $100 million from individuals, families and corporations. Terence has a mix of public and private sector experience, including working at the Office of the U.S. Trade Representative, the Institute for International Economics and Accenture.
He is a native of the Sacramento Valley and holds a bachelor’s degree from the University of California, Berkeley and a master’s in business administration from Harvard Business School. Currently, he serves on the Board of Directors of The California Wellness Foundation, which has distributed more than $1 billion to improve the health and wellness of Californians in the past 25 years; and the California Association of Nonprofits, which advocates for the nonprofit sector on behalf of its 10,000 members.
This event is open to member and nonmember funders.