Innovation in "Doing Good", The Goldhirsh Foundation
Tuesday, January 31, 2012 from 11:30 AM to 1:30 PM (PST)
Los Angeles, CA
The Los Angeles Philanthropic Advisors Network Presents
The Goldhirsh Foundation
TUESDAY, JANUARY 31, 2012
Olympic Collection Banquet Hall & Conference Center (see map at right)
Introducing Darya Allen-Attar
New president of LA-PAN for 2012
The Goldhirsh Foundation was established by Bernard A. Goldhirsh in 2000, shortly after he was diagnosed with brain cancer. Since his death in 2003, the Board of Directors of the Foundation (which includes his two children) has been shaping a grantmaking program that reflects his values and entrepreneurial spirit. They are dedicated to making a difference in the lives of people touched by the organizations and projects they support.
Tara Roth McConaghy
Executive Director, Goldhirsh Foundation
Tara is the executive director of the Goldhirsh Foundation. The Foundation supports brain cancer research and social and educational programs that reflect the commitments of the Goldhirsh family, including ventures in education, media, and the environment.
Involved in education and civic affairs, she is the founder of L.A. Edupreneurs, which convenes a community of more than 400 professionals in business, education, government, policy, and non-profit fields interested in exploring innovative approaches to improving education. Tara serves as an advisory board member to MTV’s Public Affairs division, 826 LA, Peer Health Exchange, and GOOD LA.
Director, Goldhirsh Foundation
Claire Hoffman is a Director on the Board of the Goldhirsh Foundation and wife of Benjamin Goldhirsh. She works as a freelance magazine writer and is also an Assistant Professor of Journalism at the University of California, Riverside. Claire has written for a number of national magazines including, Rolling Stone, Condé Nast Portfolio, the New Yorker, Details, and others. Before magazines, Claire was a staff reporter for the Los Angeles Times, where she covered everything from Hollywood to Scientology, and the adult entertainment industry.
Claire has two masters degrees--one in religious studies from the University of Chicago Divinity School and another from the Columbia School of Journalism. Before coming to California, Claire worked as an intern and a freelance reporter for the New York Times, where she contributed reporting to a Pulitzer-prize winning series that investigated fraud and death by the American freight railroads.
Outgoing president, 2010-2011
Reg and his wife Gina Ross founded the International Trauma Institute a decade ago bringing solutions to societal trauma of nations and communities suffering from war, terror, displacement and natural disasters. He has served as financial advisor to domestic and international families for over three decades and speaks frequently on issues of legacy and philanthropy.
11:30am-12:00pm Mix & Meet Networking
12:00pm-1:15pm Moderated Panel Discussion
1:15pm-1:30pm Q&A and Closing Comments
Register by purchasing the appropriate ticket above.
Members: If you have lunch credits carried over from 2011, you will receive a discount code via email to register for a complimentary ticket.
For questions concerning this event, please contact Kim Christensen.
For general questions and membership inquiries, please contact Darya Allen-Attar.
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