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The Future of Foundation Philanthropy: The CEO Perspective
The Future of California: People, Place, and Power
Creating Shared Value: It's the Future
Breakout Session: What is the Future of Us?
Member Spotlight: Jennifer Ratay, Executive Director of Silicon Valley Social Venture Fund
Evelyn and Walter Haas, Jr. Fund Announces New Program Directors for Immigrant Rights, Education Equity
Member Spotlight: Carolyn Wang Kong, Chief Program Director of the Blue Shield of California Foundation
Member Spotlight: Nancy Wiltsek, Executive Director of van Löben Sels/RembeRock Foundation
San Francisco Arts Commission Names Barbara Mumby-Huerta Director of Community Investments
Kenneth Rainin Foundation Appoints Dr. Laura Wilson Director of Health Strategies and Ventures
Joint Statement of Associations Advancing Equitable Evaluation Practices
Breakout Session: What is the Future of Our Climate?
Philanthropy is at an inflection point. Communities across Northern California are already feeling the effects of catastrophic wildfires, drought followed by excessive rainfall and flooding, and extreme heat during an increasingly warmer summer season. Historic and current systems of oppression, including environmental racism, land theft and redlining have resulted in the disproportionate burden of these climate impacts on communities of color and rural regions.
Next Gen Donors: Shaping the Future of Philanthropy
Breakout Session: What is the Future of Our Democracy?
Breakout Session: What is the Future of Power in Philanthropy?
Breakout Session: What is the Future of Our Economy?
What if we built economic systems that facilitated us being in right relationship with resources, the land, and each other? Worsening economic conditions show that our current systems are rooted in historical legacies of extraction and exploitation. Building an economic system that not only recognizes the legacy of slavery and colonization, but works to repair this legacy is vital for philanthropy. As a field, philanthropy has a responsibility to steward resources, capital, and power back to those who have been most harmed by historic injustices.