By their very nature and purpose, foundations are highly privileged institutions and powerful societal leaders. With that privilege comes the responsibility to use values of the highest levels and employ explicit ethical dimensions. Join us for an interactive and informal yet structured conversation with scholar, author, and practitioner Patricia L. Rosenfield as we discuss the principles, partnerships, and practices of ethical grantmaking.
What will you learn?
- How principles should frame our international grantmaking
- Why partnerships are important
- What practices are most critical and how have they evolved recently
Patricia L. Rosenfield, President, Herbert and Audrey Rosenfield Fund
Buff Kavelman (Moderator), President,The Kavelman Group and Co-Chair of Philanthropy New York’s International Grantmakers Network
Cordell Brown, Vice President, Rockefeller Philanthropy Advisors
Patricia Moore Nicholas, Program Officer, Carnegie Corporation of New York and Co-Chair of Philanthropy New York's International Grantmakers Network
Radhika Nayar, Director, Arabella Advisors
Who should attend?
All interested funders in grantmaking roles. What to expect: A small, interactive dialogue followed by group discussion.