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Disrupting Philanthropy FINAL

Disrupting Philanthropy FINAL

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Published by Lucy Bernholz
Final published version of the Disrupting Philanthropy Report.
Final published version of the Disrupting Philanthropy Report.

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Published by: Lucy Bernholz on May 11, 2010
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Technology and theFuture of the Social Sector
lucy Bernholz
eDwarD skloot
Barry Varela
Center for Strategic Philanthropy and Civil SocietySanford School of Public PolicyDuke University
Lucy BernhoLz
is the Founder and President o Blueprint Research& Design, Inc., a strategy consulting rm that helps philanthropicindividuals and institutions achieve their missions. Bernholz isthe publisher o Philanthropy2173,an award-winning blog on the business o giving. She is currently the HAND Foundation Fellow inPhilanthropy at the New America Foundation and a visiting scholar atthe Stanord University Center on Philanthropy and Civil Society.
edward SkLoot
is Director o theCenter or Strategic Philanthropyand Civil Societyand Proessor o the Practice o Public Policy atthe Sanord School o Public Policy, Duke University. From 1989until 2007, he served as the CEO o the Surdna Foundation, a $1billion amily philanthropy. Prior to working at Surdna, he oundedand ran New Ventures, Inc., a consulting rm specializing in socialentrepreneurship projects and management assistance or nonprots.Skloot serves on the boards o directors o Independent Sector; VenturePhilanthropy Partners; Citizen Schools; Partners or Palliative Care;and ROSA, the largest residential therapeutic community in NorthCarolina.
Barry VareLa 
directs the eaching Case Writing Program o theCenter or Strategic Philanthropy and Civil Society. Beore coming to Duke, he was the project editor or the Early Intervention raining Center or Inants and oddlers with Visual Impairments, an initiativeo the Frank Porter Graham Child Development Institute atUNC-Chapel Hill. He has also worked in trade book publishing and asa sel-employed editor and writer.
Te authors wish to thank the ollowing individuals or theircontributions to
 Disrupting Philanthropy
: Diana Aviv, Akhtar Badshah,David Bollier, John Bracken, Sarah Burdick, Robin Ganzert, WillHeaton, Lakshmi Karan, Geo Livingston, Darin McKeever, JaneMeseck, Mario Morino, Marcus Peacock, Susan Promislo, Lee Rainie,Kyle Reis, Patrick Sabol, Brad Smith, Melissa Stevens, and Debby Visser;and everyone who commented on the dra versions atPhilanthropy2173andPhilanthropy Centraland through witter.
Disrupting Philanthropy: echnology and the Future o the Social SectorCopyright © 2010 Duke University.Licensed under Creative CommonsAttribution Share Alike.Cover image “5076 backlit leaves” by Flickr userarthurcoddingtonlicensed under CreativeCommons Attribution 2.0 Generic.
Center or Strategic Philanthropy and Civil SocietySanord School o Public PolicyDuke University201 Science DriveDurham, NC 27708Blueprint Research & Design720 Market Street, Suite 900San Francisco, CA 94102Book design by Randi Scherwin, Scherwin Design, LLCISBN KFunding or
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