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Disrupting Philanthropy

THE STANFORD CENTER on PHILANTHROPY and CIVIL SOCIETY presents: Disrupting Philanthropy: Technology and Policy in the 21st Century Lee Rainie, Director-Pew Research Center's Internet & American Life Project Pew Research Center's Internet & American Life Project, is a non-profit, non-partisan "fact tank" that studies the social impact of the internet. The Project has issued more than 300 reports based on its surveys that examine people's online activities and the internet's role in their lives. Lee is a co-author of Up for Grabs, Hopes and Fears, Ubiquity, Mobility, Security, and Challenges and Opportunities. All are based on Project surveys about the future of the internet. He is also writing a book entitled "Networked: The New Social Operating System" with sociologist Barry Wellman about the social impact of the internet and cell phones for MIT Press. Prior to launching the Pew Internet Project, Lee was managing editor of U.S. News & World Report. He is a graduate of Harvard University and has a master's degree in political science from Long Island University. Lucy Bernholz, Founder and President of Blueprint Research and Design Inc., publisher of blog Philanthropy 2173 Lucy is currently the HAND Foundation Fellow in Philanthropy at the New American Foundation and is a visiting scholar at the Stanford University Center on Philanthropy and Civil Society. She has also been a visiting scholar at Stanford's Graduate School of March 10, 2011, 5:00–6:30 pm doors open at 4:45pm Encina Hall Bechtel Conference Center 616 Serra Street, Stanford CA 94305 RSVP online at: Business. She serves on advisory boards to several national and international philanthropy research centers and is frequent keynote presenter, panelist, and media source on philanthropy and social innovation. Dr. Bernholz is the author of numerous articles and books on the philanthropic industry, including Creating Philanthropic Capital Markets: The Deliberate Evolution. Bernholz has a B.A. from Yale University, where she played field hockey and captained the lacrosse team, and a M.A. and Ph.D. from Stanford University. PACS-Hosted Free Event For directions and more information, go to: This event is in partnership with the Stanford Social Innovation Review and the Institute for Research in the Moderated by, Rob Reich Co Faculty Director Center on Philanthropy and Civil Society and Associate Professor of Social Sciences For directions and more information, go to: Political Science Rob is an Associate Professor of Political Science, and, by courtesy, of Education and Philosophy at Stanford University. He is faculty co-director of PACS and faculty director of the undergraduate honors program on Ethics in Society. Reich's research primarily focuses on contemporary political philosophy, and he is currently at work on a book on ethics, philanthropy, and public policy. He is a former sixth grade public school teacher in Houston, Texas and has won the Walter J. Gores Award, R Tweet about the event: #sempacs Contact Us: For more information on supporting the PACS Center, please contact: Stanford's highest honor for teaching. Kim Meredith, Executive Director [email protected] Introduction by Kim Meredith, Executive Director, Shana Sachs, Philanthropy Program Manager [email protected] Center on Philanthropy and Civil Society

Disrupting Philanthropy

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