Former PNY Members Head to Social Impact Exchange

Thursday, October 16, 2014

Antoinette La Belle – Managing Director, Network Partnerships.

"Toni" has leveraged her very successful career as a corporate executive (including as a Managing Director at Lehman Brothers) into a second career in the social sector, including serving as the East Coast Director of Encore Fellows at Civic Ventures, and serving on numerous boards, among them the New York Women’s Foundation, Taproot Foundation and the Nonprofit Coordinating Committee of New York.  She has extensive networks across the for profit and nonprofit sectors.  She leads our efforts to build the community of affinity groups, wealth advisors, and high-net worth philanthropists that support scaled impact in both education and health.


Kaberi Banerjee Murthy – Deputy Vice President for Education

As Deputy Vice President for Education, Kaberi joins a team led by Robert Sherman, PhD, focused on building the education marketplace.  Kaberi brings extensive experience in private philanthropy, with particular expertise in K-12 and out-of-school time.  Prior to joining the Exchange, Kaberi was a Program Director at the Crown Family Philanthropies in Chicago.  She has designed grantmaking strategies and led the creation of accountability systems and brings a very strong peer network of foundation and nonprofit leaders.        


David Nee – Senior Consultant, Education

Prior to joining the team at the Exchange, David had been a foundation executive for over 25 years. From 1993 through this year, he was Executive Director of the William Caspar Graustein Memorial Fund in CT. Prior to Graustein, David had served as Executive Director of the Ittleson Foundation.  Throughout his career, David has been dedicated to programming and philanthropy that support more effective education in the U.S, with particular interest and expertise in early childhood education and development.  He is a nationally regarded leader in education philanthropy with an unusually strong track record in developing and stewarding multi-sector collaborations. His role at the Exchange will focus on broadening our education funder networks and cultivating engagement in this growing community.

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