May 11, 2010, 6:00-8:30 pm

doors open at 5:45pm
Cost: $20/$15 young aIumni
Registration and Reception: 6-7 pm
PaneI Discussion and Q & A: 7-8:30 pm
Americas Society/Council of the Americas
680 Park Avenue, at 68th
New York, NY 10065
In partnership with:
The Stanford New York Alumni Board,
The Stanford Center on Philanthropy and
Civil Society ,The Americas Society/Council
of the Americas
To register for this event, please visit:
http://pacscenter.stanford.edu/events
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THE STANFORD CENTER on PHÌLANTHROPY and CÌVÌL SOCÌETY presents:
Contact Us:
For more information on supporting the
PACS Center, please contact:
Kim Meredith, Executive Director
kim.meredith@stanford.edu
Shana Sachs, Philanthropy Program Manager
sdsachs@stanford.edu
Steve Gunderson, Moderator
President and CEO of the Council on Foundations
Prior to joining the Council, Mr. Gunderson served as
the Senior Consultant and the Managing Director of the
Washington offce of The Greystone Group. Areas of
expertise include strategic planning and communications,
with a strong knowledge of public policy.
The Wisconsin native is mostly noted for his serving
16 years in the U.S. Congress, and three terms in the Wisconsin State
Legislature. His professional focus during this time was preparing
America's citizens, and indirectly the organizations supporting them, for
the 21st century global economy. Yet, he is probably most recognized for
his understanding of the emerging workforce challenges facing America.
He recently served as the leading author in a book "The Jobs Revolution:
Changing How America Works.
Diana Aviv
President and CEO of Ìndependent Sector
Diana is a leading speaker on emerging trends with
the third sector, the fnancial state of the nonproft
community, public policies affecting charities and
foundations, the role of civil society in democracy, and
civic engagement. Diana came to Ìndependent Sector
in 2003 after spending nine years at United Jewish Communities as vice
president for public policy and director of its Washington Action Offce.
A native of South Africa, Diana graduated from the University of
Witwatersrand in Johannesburg and received a master's degree in social
work at Columbia University.
Lucy BernhoIz
Founder and President of Blueprint Research and
Design Ìnc., publisher of blog Philanthropy 2173
Lucy is currently the HAND Foundation Fellow in
Philanthropy at the New American Foundation and is
a visiting scholar at the Stanford University Center on
Philanthropy and Civil Society. She has also been a
visiting scholar at Stanford's Graduate School of Business.
Dr. Bernholz is the author of numerous articles and books on the
philanthropic industry, including Creating Philanthropic Capital Markets:
The Deliberate Evolution. Bernholz has a B.A. from Yale University, and a
M.A. and Ph.D. from Stanford University.
Rob Reich
Co Faculty Director Center on Philanthropy and Civil
Society and Associate Professor of Political Science
Rob is an Associate Professor of Political Science, and,
by courtesy, of Education and Philosophy at Stanford
University. He is faculty co-director of the Center on
Philanthropy and Civil Society and faculty director of the
undergraduate honors program on Ethics in Society. Reich's research
primarily focuses on contemporary political philosophy, and he is currently
at work on a book on ethics, philanthropy, and public policy. He is a former
sixth grade public school teacher in Houston, Texas and has won the
Walter J. Gores Award, Stanford's highest honor for teaching.
Disrupting PhiIanthropy: Changing the RuIes

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