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A Decade of Outcome-Oriented Philanthropy

No one has done more to promote the cause of strategic or “outcome-oriented” philanthropy over the past decade than Paul Brest, outgoing president of California’s William and Flora Hewlett Foundation. His recent essay on the theory and practice of this approach in the Stanford Social Innovation Review was the focus of discussion at this panel.

Required Reading

Paul Brest, A Decade of Outcome-Oriented Philanthropy, Stanford Social Innovation Review, Spring 2012

William Schambra, Moderator

Hudson Senior Fellow and Director, Bradley Center for Philanthropy & Civic Renewal

Paul Brest, Panelist

President of The William and Flora Hewlett Foundation

Stanley Katz, Panelist

Professor of Public and International Affairs, Princeton University

Heather Peeler, Panelist

Vice President for Programs at Grantmakers for Effective Organizations

Dane Stangler, Panelist

Director of Research at the Ewing Marion Kauffman Foundation

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