Issue 282: Summer 2019

In This Issue


First Person: Angel More

Sixteen-year-old Angel More is setting records for a cause.


Philanthropy Next

They are our present and our future.


Cover Profile

Paul Dalio

By Nancy A. Ruhling

Movies help Paul Dalio connect with the mental health community and inspire his philanthropy.

James Sternlicht

By Leah Morrison

James Sternlicht wants to make sure the ocean is conserved by helping businesses acquire sustainable practices.

Mamie Kanfer Stewart

By C. M. Berg

Mamie Kanfer Stewart wants employees to know they’re valued.

Emma Gage

By Mariah Pardy

Emma Gage is helping transform the world of fashion by combatting its secret world of human trafficking and forced labor.

Emmanuel Kelly

By Courtney Greenberg

He’s sung with Coldplay and opened for Snoop Dogg, but Emmanuel Kelly’s goal isn’t to perform. It’s to represent.

Breanna Schultz

By Sarah Manning

How Breanna Schultz is working to improve animal welfare and conservation with the help of next-generation philanthropists.

Peter Williamson

By Meagan Gillmore

Former pro golfer Peter Williamson uses games to increase empathy.

Michael Carter

By Julie Jacobs

Many college-bound students have Michael Carter to thank for their push toward success.

Josh Tanenbaum

By Rena Godfrey

Josh Tanenbaum’s been to the other side of the world and back again, but his passion remains universal.


  • Race to Erase MS Gala
  • #RightToBearArts Gala
  • Crystal Ball
  • New York Next Generation
  • Met Gala
  • JASA Gala
  • Power of Love Gala