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Explore ways that your funding can build a more vibrant, meaningful, inclusive, interconnected, creative and compassionate world.

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Sunday, March 17 • 4:00pm - 5:30pm
Catalyzing Change: Models of Collaboration

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Strategic funders are taking an increasingly active role in supporting their communities as a means of catalyzing change. This session looks at four models where foundations and Federations serve as facilitators and conveners for social change. These robust models include collective impact, creating networks to deepen collaboration and connection, and convening multiple stakeholders to assess community needs. Explore lessons to make the whole greater than the sum of the parts and consider how your foundation can be a positive change agent in the communities you serve.


Presenters
avatar for Shari  Edelstein

Shari Edelstein

Executive Director, 18 Pomegranates
Shari Edelstein has over 20 years of experience in the nonprofit sector as a grantmaker, organizational consultant, professional manager and volunteer. For the past five years, she has served as the executive director of 18 Pomegranates, a private foundation dedicated to strengthening the Boulder Jewish community. Previous positions include associate program director at Maryland Association of Nonprofits, director of grants at the New Israel... Read More →
avatar for Sarah  Indyk

Sarah Indyk

Philanthropic Initiatives Manager, Rose Community Foundation
Sarah Indyk works at Rose Community Foundation in Denver, where she advises collaborative giving groups and oversees philanthropic initiatives to engage the next generations of Jewish people in Jewish life in accessible and meaningful ways. At the Foundation, Sarah co-founded MazelTot, a grant-funded network of 35 Jewish organizations working together to connect expectant parents and families with preschool-aged children to local Jewish life... Read More →
avatar for Adin Miller

Adin Miller

Sr. Director, Community Impact, SF based - Jewish Community Federation
Adin Miller serves as senior director of community impact and innovations at the Jewish Community Federation and Endowment Fund (JCF) in San Francisco. In this role, Adin develops and implements new strategies, initiatives, programs, research, collaboration and processes to bring about change and impact. His work focuses on maximizing the JCF’s efforts to generate measurable impact and progress on the community level, defining and... Read More →
avatar for Charlene  Seidle

Charlene Seidle

Senior Vice President, Jewish Community Foundation of San Diego /, Executive Director, Leichtag Foundation
Charlene Seidle is the senior vice president of the Jewish Community Foundation of San Diego, where she works with families, supporting family foundations and private foundations to develop philanthropic strategies and turn their vision for impact into action. Charlene also oversees the Foundation's grantmaking and donor education programs. She leads consulting relationships with private foundations and serves as vice president and executive... Read More →


Sunday March 17, 2013 4:00pm - 5:30pm
Brighton Room Beverly Hilton

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