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Crowd Friending: How It Is Transforming Philanthropy

Advisors in Philanthropy, Los Angeles Chapter (AiP LA)

Monday, November 18, 2013 from 11:30 AM to 2:00 PM (PST)

Los Angeles, CA

Crowd Friending: How It Is Transforming Philanthropy

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 Advisors in Philanthropy

The Los Angeles Chapter of Advisors in Philanthropy Presents
 

CROWD FRIENDING

 

How It Is Transforming Philanthropy



Crowding Philanthropy


MONDAY, NOVEMBER 18, 2013
11:30am-2:00pm
 Luxe Sunset Hotel, Los Angeles
, CA 
(see map at right)

Lunch will be served

 



>> REGISTRATION:  Please register above by selecting either a member or non-member ticket, as appropriate. Group rates are available for groups of eight (8) or more.

 
Panelists:

LEE FOX
Founder
KooDooZ


DAVID HARVILICZ
CEO/Co-Founder, When You Wish
Managing Director, Open Throttle Ventures


MARK HORVATH
Founder
Invisible People


  Moderator/Producer:

BARUCH LITTMAN
Vice President, Development
Jewish Community Foundation Los Angeles


Roundtable Leaders:

 DARYA ALLEN-ATTAR
Co-President, LA Chapter Advisors in Philanthropy
Financial Advisor, Morgan Stanley LLC

SHAWN AMOS
CEO, Freshwire


CHANCE BARNETT
CEO, Crowdfunder


KATHARINE DESHAW
Philanthropic Consulting
Founding Executive Director, United States Artists


 LAURA FERRETTI
Co-President, LA Chapter Advisors in Philanthropy
Founder, Impact Philanthropy LLC


GRACE KIM
Director, Partnerships & Strategy, GOOD/Corps


TODD KRIM
President & CEO, TKG: The Krim Group


RACHEL KROPA
Co-Executive Director, Creative Artists Agency Foundation


JESSICA LEVINE
Program Manager, Society and Business Lab at The Marshall School at USC


TARA ROTH McCONAGHY
President, The Goldhirsh Foundation


MIKE McGALLIARD
Executive Director, The Imagination Foundation


SHAUNA NEP
Social Innovation Manager, Goldhirsh Foundation


MOLLY SWENSON
COO, RYOT

 


Panelists:


Lee FoxLEE FOX
Founder
KooDooZ

Founder of youth media company, KooDooZ, Lee works in partnership with nonprofits and brands to create civic engagement and social investment campaigns for generations Y and Z. As a youthologist, Lee also works as a consultant to organizations that desire to participate in today's "collaborative economy" -- a new economic paradigm which has given rise to social finance models like social impact investing and crowdfunding.



David HarviliczDAVID HARVILICZ
CEO/Co-Founder, When You Wish
Managing Director, Open Throttle Ventures

David Harvilicz was an insider on Wall Street and Silicon Valley before founding When You Wish, a crowdsourcing ecosystem dedicated to furthering an “indie capitalism” revolution. His experience as a corporate lawyer, international consultant and startup entrepreneur has given him a unique perspective on law, business and markets. He speaks Russian, German and Brazilian Portuguese -- and is passionate about the financial revolutionary potential of crowdfunding.



Mark HorvathMARK HORVATH
Founder
Invisible People

A tireless advocate for the cause of homelessness, and founder of nonprofit, Invisible People, Mark Horvath offers a unique perspective on "social philanthropy"-- such as winning funds through a popular online vote to earning the donor dollar through "crowdfunding."  In 2010, he won a coveted Pepsi Refresh contest, this year he participated in raising $36,000 on IndieGogo and designed the social strategy and community outreach for STEAM Carnival,a modern traveling carnival with high tech games, robots, fire, and lasers to inspire young inventors in science, technology, engineering, art, and math. which surpassed their funding goal, and successfully raised $102,699 on Kickstarter.  Mark will share the best tools to use and the mistakes to avoid when playing in the philanthropy 3.0 sandbox.


Moderator/Producer:


Baruch LittmanBARUCH LITTMAN
Vice President, Development
Jewish Community Foundation Los Angeles

With more than 30 years of development and marketing experience, Baruch Littman aims to increase the assets of The Foundation. Prior to joining The Foundation in 1999, he served as executive director of The California-Israel Chamber of Commerce.


His career includes senior positions at The Jewish Federation of Los Angeles and the American Nurses Association, as well as senior marketing and management positions at both Fortune 100 and 500 corporations. Littman earned his bachelor of science degree from Long Island University and his master of science degree from The City University of New York.


Producers:

Laura FerrettiLAURA FERRETTI
Co-President, LA Chapter Advisors in Philanthropy
Founder, Impact Philanthropy

Laura’s community philanthropy experience brings together strategy and impact.  She has led fundraising teams at the Fulfillment Fund and United Way of Greater Los Angeles, realizing significant revenue growth at both organizations.  Through her consulting firm, Impact Philanthropy, Laura has worked with over 40 local, national and international nonprofit organizations and foundations with an approach that is results-oriented: making clear the connection between mission and money, and the respective roles that staff and board members play in building resilient organizations.

Impact Philanthropy helps to build more effective nonprofit organizations through:
•    strategic planning
•    fundraising advising
•    executive search services
•   as well as by providing grantmaking counsel to family foundations.

 
Darya Allen-AttarDARYA ALLEN-ATTAR
Co-President, LA Chapter Advisors in Philanthropy
Financial Advisor, Morgan Stanley LLC

Darya Allen-Attar is a Financial Advisor at Morgan Stanley (MS), where she has spent almost 18 years of her career.  Darya focuses on Strategic Wealth Management for high net worth families, nonprofits, foundations and endowments. Her investment process draws upon her knowledge of asset allocation, investment management, and income and estate tax issues and structures. As a Financial Advisor to family wealth and/or foundation and endowment clients, Darya brings a wealth of knowledge of the investment markets, 23 years of experience in financial services, and draws on the significant institutional and consulting resources of Morgan Stanley.


As a consultant to high net worth families, family offices, and senior executives and founders of public and private companies, Darya advises clients regarding issues of personal wealth and business needs. Darya works extensively with corporate officers and directors on wealth management, including liquidity and diversification strategies for concentrated equity positions, estate planning, and asset and liability management. Darya frequently consults with executives on their corporate benefit programs as well as with the development and implementation of employee stock option, stock purchase, and restricted share programs. For private companies, Darya has experience advising founders and upper level management on exit strategies and accessing growth capital.


Working with the MS Consulting group, Darya provides consulting to foundations and nonprofit endowments. Clients benefit from Darya's knowledge of the issues faced by nonprofits and foundations, and the significant resources and "depth of bench" of the MS consulting group. The MS Consulting and Fiduciary services group act as investment advisor to over 500 billion in assets.


Darya is married with three children, lives in Pacific Palisades, California and in addition to serving as the 2012 President of the Los Angeles Chapter of Advisors in Philanthropy, she currently serves on the Board of the Westside Family YMCA and Mann Healthcare Partners. She is also the founder and chairman of a networking group for high-level executive women called Broads Circle.

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Luxe Sunset Hotel
11461 Sunset Boulevard
Los Angeles, CA 90049

Monday, November 18, 2013 from 11:30 AM to 2:00 PM (PST)


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