2013 Kick Off Event
Wednesday, January 30, 2013 from 6:30 PM to 9:00 PM (PST)
San Francisco, United States
We're bringing all circles together to kick off the new Full Circle Fund year. This educational and inspirational event, which lays the foundation for our grantmaking in 2013, is a night you won't want to miss! Expert speakers include:
Lucy Bernholz, Ph.D., Internationally-recognized industry analyst of philanthropy, social enterprise, and social finance, discussing her annual industry forecast - Philanthropy and the New Social Economy: Blueprint 2013.
Jeff Camp, Chairman of Full Circle Fund’s Education Circle. Camp is a parent, philanthropist, writer of Ed100.org and a former manager with Microsoft Corporation.
Global Economic Opportunity Speaker
Jocelyn Wyatt, Co-Lead and Executive Director of IDEO.org, which addresses poverty-related challenges through design and encourages the use of human-centered innovation in the social sector. Watch the January 6th 60 Minutes piece about IDEO.
Hal Harvey is the CEO of Energy Innovation: Policy and Technology LLC, and a Senior Fellow for Energy and the Environment at the University of Chicaco's Paulson Institute. He founded ClimateWorks Foundation, a network of 13 regional foundations and expert teams promoting climate change reduction policies.
Come learn details about our 2013 grant cycle, hear from experts in philanthropy, education, environment/energy, and global economic opportunity, and get armed with tools for grantmaking that makes an impact in 2013. There will also be food, drinks, and a chance to get to know Members across circles. Thank you to our venue hosts, Charles Schwab and Schwab Charitable.
Full Circle Fund is an engaged philanthropy organization cultivating the next generation of community leaders to drive lasting social change in the areas of education, the environment/energy and global economic opportunity. www.fullcirclefund.org
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