PACS Audio Archive
PACS Audio Archive
Stanford PACS offers many of our previous events and conversations with scholars, practitioners, and leaders as mp3 files or podcasts. Explore individual topics below.
Conversation on Impact Investings with Paul Brest, MIchael Dorsey, Lenny Mendonca, Chad Spitler, Lauryn Agnew, and Paula Goldman
Hear the story of visionary Ashoka Fellows who are devoted to advancing women’s rights and improving lives around the world.
Discussion on the collective impact model using the Northern Sierra Partnership as a case study. Features Lucy Blake, David Edelson, Jim Morgan, Curt Riffle, and Buzz Thompson.
Features executives from companies aiming to change lives through their social programs. Matt Cohen (Off the Grid), Dotti Hatcher (Gap), Kathy Mulvany (Cisco), Sarah Degnan Kambou (International Center for Research on Women)
Laura Arrillaga-Andreessen, Stanford PACS Board Chairman, leads a conversation with Charles Best, Founder and CEO of DonorsChoose.org, and Scott Harrison, Founder and CEO of charity:water. They discuss technology’s impact on the world of philanthropy.
Paul Brest, Phil Buchanan, and Johanna Mair in conversation.
Networked nonprofits don’t work harder or longer than other organizations, they work differently. Hear from co-authors Beth Kantor and KD Payne.
For anyone setting out to change the world, launching a nonprofit venture can be a powerful way to enact change. Features Jeffery Solomon, author of The Art of Doing Good with Charles Bronfman.
Bill Drayton, founder of Ashoka, spoke with Greg Dees, in a conversation touching on empathy, education, and social enterprise.
P.G. Forest, Harold Luft, and Woody Powell discuss compariative politics and policy in healthcare.
Recent graduates Jonny Dorsey, Lauren Finzer, Travis Kiefer, and Shiza Shahid on a panel moderated by Woody Powell, PACS Faculty Co-Director.
Laura Arrillaga-Andreessen, Russ Hall, Jessica Jackley, and Kim Meredith discuss the most exciting developments in philanthropy.
Isabel Allende, Author and Philanthropist and Luis Ortiz, un Techo. Moderated by Kavita Ramdas, PACS Visiting Practitioner.
Sterling Speirn, President & CEO of Kellogg Foundation, discusses seven suggested steps to success for foundations in the modern age.
Susan Sturm of Columbia Law School addresses the topic of reframing the equality adgenda.
Buzz Schmidt, Founder, Chairman and CEO of Guidestar, speaking with William Meehan, Stanford Graduate School of Business
Lee Raine, Lucy Bernholz, and Rob Reich address the changes of technology in philanthropy for civil society.
Jennifer Aaker, Stanford University General Atlantic Professor of Marketing, discusses the concepts around her new book The Dragonfly Effect along with panelists Jessica Jackley, founder and CEO of Profounder and co-founder of Kiva.org, and Eric Grossberg, co-founder of Brilliant Earth
David Saltzman, President of the Robin Hood Foundation, interviewed by Laura Arrillaga-Andreessen, Chairman of the PACS board.
Alexa Culwell, Leslie Crutchfield and Mark Kramer discuss the six practices of donors that change the world.
Wendy Kopp discusses Teachers for America.
Deborah Rhode discusses ethics and nonprofits.
Ethics in the Non-Profit Sector (Video)
Deborah Rhode, Ernest W. McFarland Professor of Law and Director, Center on the Legal Profession at Stanford Law School.