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In This Issue
Big Gift: Kenneth and Elaine Langone
Pledging the largest single gift to Bucknell University to benefit financial aid.
First Person: Jason Chandler
Mobilizing private wealth for public good.
The Social Innovation and Impact Investing Issue
Spotlight: Jennifer Pryce
As told to Sam Robinson
Jennifer Pryce is CEO of the 20-year-old Calvert Social Investment Foundation. Calvert Foundation enables investors to direct their money to mission-driven organizations around the globe. Pryce provides insight into the best ways to do good and make a profit—something the foundation has done with more than $1.5 billion.
A Skoll World Forum exclusive talk between Jeff Skoll and Bono.
By Luke Coulter
Whether it’s an “Oops” or an “Oh, My God” moment, Dr. Laurie Michaels is there to save the day.
By Ilan Mandel
Yehuda Kahane believes the insurance and pension industry can save the world.
By Leah Morrison
Human rights activist Kerry Kennedy has spent more than 35 years fighting for the rights of people around the world, and continues to believe things will get better.
By Bodey Doyle
John Tidmarsh is lighting the way to impact investment in the developing world.
By Robin Winters
A single event inspired Simone Friedman to take an active role in the world of philanthropy and social impact.
By Sarah Manning
Jay Lipman has an “ethical” approach to sustainable investing.
By George Chang
Jeff Greene’s journey from busboy to real estate mogul turned philanthropist.
Rachel Cohen Gerrol
By H.G. Lemonpepper
Rachel Cohen Gerrol bridges the communities of wealth and social entrepreneurship.
By Mackenzie Galloway
Cynthia Wu’s family business was already a success, but when she became executive director of its charitable foundation, philanthropy skyrocketed.
By Vanessa Luciano
Angela Homsi wants to brighten up Africa.
By Efraim Wyeth
By Mariah Pardy
Producer Peter Samuelson has been a voice for children’s advocacy since the 1980s.
- The Met Gala
- Hot Pink Party
- Memorial Sloan Kettering Spring Ball
- Race to Erase MS Gala
- MoMA’s Party in the Garden
- American Spirit Awards Gala
- National Night of Laughter and Song