January 14—Community Foundations and Community Philanthropy Workshop (1 of 4)
The key issues and challenges facing community foundations and community philanthropy: Indiana and beyond.
This workshop was chaired by Mark Sidel, Charles Stewart Mott Foundation Visiting Chair in Community Foundations.
- Rosemary Dorsa, Vice President, Indiana Philanthropy Alliance, and Director, GIFT Technical Assistance Program
- Jennifer K. Bartenbach, Chief Financial Officer, Central Indiana Community Foundation
- Mary Gibble, President, Hancock County Community Foundation
- Jennifer Pendleton, President and CEO, Community Foundation of Boone County
January 28—Ruby Nell Bridges Hall visited the school. Una Osili, Director of Research, made this exceptional connection with her. While here, she also met with Dean Amir Pasic, Patrick Rooney, Tyrone Freeman, Jacquie Ackerman, and Bill Stanczykiewicz.
She was visiting Indianapolis for some meetings at the Children’s Museum (an exhibit there on The Power of Children features her work), and she wanted to learn about the Lilly Family School of Philanthropy’s programs and tour the school. She is also interested in our expertise on corporate partnerships and best practices for nonprofits.
Ruby Nell Bridges Hall is an American activist known for being the first black child to attend an all-white elementary school in Louisiana during the 20th century. She attended William Frantz Elementary School.
January 29—Tracey Carisch, Indiana University alumna, joined us for a talk about her travels and service to others with her family. In spring 2014, Tracey Carisch left her successful career and with her husband and their three young daughters embarked on a journey around the world that would take them through 24 countries on six continents over the next 18 months. At the heart of their decision to take this dramatic life turn was the increasingly frenetic pace of modern family life. As the family assisted with education programs in Ethiopia, cared for dying animals in Thailand, served drug addicts in Bolivia and helped with dozens of other projects around the world, the family gained a new perspective. Her blog, 100waystochangetheworld.com, chronicled the family’s adventure with her writing and her husband’s photography.
Hoosier Philanthropy Conference: Understanding the Past, Planning the Future
February 18-19, 2016
Eugene and Marilyn Glick
Indiana History Center
The conference “Hoosier Philanthropy: Understanding the Past, Planning the Future” aims to integrate practice and scholarship, allowing both scholars and practitioners to inform one another. The conference will engage these constituencies in discussions on Indiana’s philanthropic traditions and current practices, as well as preserve the historical roots that still shape today’s philanthropic dynamics.
Faculty Activities, Awards, and Publications
January 14—Patrick Rooney, Associate Dean for Academic Affairs and Research, presented at the Community Foundations and Community Philanthropy workshop hosted by Mark Sidel, Visiting Mott Chair in Community Foundations.
January 25-26—Patrick Rooney, Associate Dean for Academic Affairs and Research, presented at The Fund Raising School’s Leadership Roundtable about Giving USA 2015 and Giving by High Net Worth Households.
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