Lean funders learn to hit above their weight class in many ways, including partnering at the “right time” with the “right philanthropic consultant.” In this webinar, hear the story of growth and evolution of The Carl and Roberta Deutsch Foundation’s HALO Award program and how this was made possible through an intentional partnership between the foundation and its philanthropic consultant, Blue Garnet. Learn how the partnership began in 2011, evolved over the past 8 years, and how it works today.
During this webinar, Jacqueline Chun, the chief programs & operations officer at The Carl and Roberta Deutsch Foundation, and Way-Ting Chen, co-founder of Blue Garnet, share their reflections on the experience working together, and what helped make this partnership so successful — ingredients that can be generalized to help other lean funders enhance their impact and extend their team.
Sr. Partner and Co-Founder, Blue Garnet
Way-Ting is driven by a head for problem solving and a heart for ending poverty and inequity. Closing in on 20 years of strategy and management consulting with philanthropies, nonprofits and corporations, Way-Ting thrives on tackling issues related to impact, strategy, and performance. Way-Ting is co-founder of Blue Garnet, a social impact consulting firm and serves on the Steering Committee of National Network of Consultants to Grantmakers (NNCG). She was a founding partner and co-chair of board for Social Venture Partners Los Angeles, and as adjunct faculty, co-taught at Pepperdine University’s Masters program in Social Entrepreneurship and Change.
Chief Programs and Operations Officer, The Carl and Roberta Deutsch Foundation
Jacqueline has worked steadily in the non-profit sector for nearly 20 years. In her current role, she is responsible for managing the Foundation’s strategic grantmaking and daily operations. She also participates in a number of strategic public private partnership committees, all of which strive to advance healthier communities, achieve equitable access to education, housing, and services, and promote community-driven solutions.
Who Should Attend
This program is open to foundation donors, trustees, and staff; individual donors; donor advised fund holders; and members of giving circles.
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