Panel 6 - How to Build Innovation and Leadership in Civil Society?





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Published on Dec 14, 2011

Inaugural Bipartisan Congressional Conference on Innovation in Giving and Philanthropy

At its core, philanthropy is a product of civil society, allowing individuals to give to, and invest in, problems, opportunities, or even personal interests that bring benefits to community. Springing from individual passions in philanthropy - and ranging across goals from the arts and music to science and social services along with foreign policy and global challenges - programs often lead to unexpected consequences or to major course corrections. This raises questions: how best to evaluate results; what are the criteria to use in thinking about innovation; and how to enhance leadership?

What is the need for patient philanthropy to support new knowledge?
- James Lindsay, Senior Vice President, Council on Foreign Relations

How can collaboration fuel the passions of individual philanthropists?
- Deanna Castellini, Founder, UGIVE.org

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