Philanthropy Innovation Summit
Philanthropy Innovation Summit 2017
September 19, 2017
Informing, guiding, and focusing your personal philanthropy.
The 2017 Philanthropy Innovation Summit has passed. For articles, videos, and podcasts from the 2017 Philanthropy Innovation Summit, please visit our learnings page, here.
Every two years, peer philanthropists, Stanford faculty, scholars, and leaders, and sector-leading professionals share their inspiration and expertise, their authentic stories of successes and struggles, and their results-oriented approaches to social change.
Through an intensive day-long event, individual and family philanthropists engage with these global leaders, leverage Stanford PACS research to catalyze effective philanthropy, and take away actionable ideas, best practices, new strategies, new networks with which to amplify your impact as a philanthropist.
The 2017 Philanthropy Innovation Summit ignites the intellectual resources of Stanford’s Center on Philanthropy and Civil Society with peers and experts including Paul Allen, Laura Arnold, Laura Arrillaga-Andreessen, Matt Bannick, Lucy Bernholz, Paul Brest, Cecilia Conrad, Reed Hastings, Alex Karp, Larry Kramer, Kaitlyn Krieger, Johanna Mair, Rob Reich, Christian Seelos, Marc Tessier-Lavinge, Cari Tuna, Darren Walker, and others!
This event is invitation-only and is for individual and family philanthropists. If you have questions regarding registration, please contact Annie Rohan, (650) 725-5121.
Registration is $2,500 per person or $4,500 per couple. Registration is nonrefundable.
Click here to download a copy of our detailed working agenda and salon descriptions.
For articles, videos, and podcasts from the 2017 Philanthropy Innovation Summit, please visit our learnings page, here.