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Donna Dubinsky: Should philanthropists be risk takers?

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Published on Jun 26, 2012

In this clip Donna Dubinsky talks with Maxim Thorne and Yale students responding to the question of whether philanthropists should be risk takers.
Ms. Dubinsky worked at Apple Computer in the 1980s before joining Jeff Hawkins to become the president and CEO of Palm in 1992. In 1998, she and Hawkins co-founded Handspring. Handspring merged with Palm in 2003 where Ms. Dubinsky continued to serve on the board until 2009. She currently serves as CEO and Board Chair of Numenta. Ms. Dubinsky is a Fellow of the Yale Corporation, is on the board of the Peninsula Open Space Trust, and is a Trustee of the Computer History Museum.
Ms. Dubinsky '77 holds a B.A. from Yale University in History, and an M.B.A. from the Harvard Business School.

For the full conversation with Donna Dubinsky, go to http://youtu.be/-S7Y56lrfyo.

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