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is the Founder and President of Blueprint Research & Design, Inc.,a strategy
consulting firm that helps philanthropic individuals and institutions achieve their missions.Bernholz is the publisher of Philanthropy2173 an award-winning blog on the business of giving.
She is currently a Fellow in Philanthropy at the New American F
oundation and a visiting scholarat the Stanford University Center on Philanthropy and Civil Society.
is Director of the Center for Strategic Philanthropy and Civil Society andProfessor of the Practice of Public Policy at the Sanford School of Public Policy, DukeUniversity. In June 2007, he retired as President of the Surdna Foundation, a family foundationheadquartered in New York City. He was the first CEO of the $1 billion (2007) foundation andheld this position beginning in 1989. Skloot serves on the boards of directors of IndependentSector; Venture Philanthropy Partners, a group of venture capitalists helping youth-servingorganizations in the Washington, D.C. region; Citizen Schools, an after-school program locatedin seven states; the Partnership for Palliative Care; and TROSA, the largest residentialtherapeutic community in North Carolina.
directs the Teaching Case Writing Program of the Center for StrategicPhilanthropy and Civil Society. Before coming to Duke, he was the project editor for the EarlyIntervention Training Center for Infants and Toddlers with Visual Impairments, an initiative of the Frank Porter Graham Child Development Institute at UNC-Chapel Hill. He has also workedin trade book publishing and as a self-employed editor and writer.
Funding for “Disrupting Philanthropy” was provided by the John D. and Catherine T. MacArthurFoundation.