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Monday, March 18 • 4:00pm - 5:15pm
Dealing with Dilemmas: What Would You Do?

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In philanthropy, individuals, families and organizations are challenged to make critical decisions where the choice makes a significant difference in peoples’ lives—for example, choosing a particular target population or region for funding, selecting among multiple worthy organizations, deciding when and how to end support, or managing the tradeoff between providing less intense support to many or deeper support to few. What human and informational resources do you call upon to address these dilemmas? This highly participatory session will pose an interactive case study challenge and give participants the opportunity to wrestle with the issues from  a number of perspectives. You also will have the opportunity to bring in dilemmas you face in your decision-making for some crowdsourced solutions.


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avatar for Gideon  Herscher

Gideon Herscher

Director of Humanitarian Relief and Assistance, American Jewish Joint Distribution Committee
Gideon Herscher is the director of humanitarian relief and assistance at JDC. For 11 years he has developed and implemented programs and partnerships for vulnerable spopulations in Israel and across the globe, including Ethiopia, Rwanda, and most recently, post-earthquake Haiti. He played a central role in the establishment of the Agahozo-Shalom Youth Village in Rwanda—an Israel-inspired orphan-care model for the 1.2 million orphans of the... 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 →
avatar for Amelia  Xann

Amelia Xann

Vice President, Center for Designed Philanthropy, Jewish Community Foundation of Los Angeles
Amelia Xann is vice president of the Center for Designed Philanthropy at the Jewish Community Foundation of Los Angeles. Amelia serves as a philanthropic advisor to donors and family foundations on a range of issues including intergenerational philanthropy, strategic giving and leaving a legacy. Prior to joining the Foundation, Amelia was associate director of performing arts and was part of the team responsible for opening the California... Read More →


Monday March 18, 2013 4:00pm - 5:15pm
Brighton Room Beverly Hilton

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