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Terra Winston is a member of the SVPI Board of Directors, a long-time partner of SVP Chicago, and Principal of inTerract Consulting and Ringleader of inTerractions. Originally from New Jersey, she’s lived in Chicago for 23 years and is dedicated to helping others achieve their goals.
SVP Philadelphia’s Work in Context: Local and Global Impact
A YEAR OF ENGAGED PARTNERSHIP HERE IN PHILADELPHIA AND WORLDWIDE.
Jennifer Larkin, Managing Director at SVP Philadelphia, shares her thoughts on the importance of knowledge sharing across the globe and how SVP’s global network makes that possible.
SVP International’s Virtual Learning Labs05/15/2023
SVP International’s Virtual Learning Labs are an opportunity for SVP Partners and philanthropists across the sector to connect around the globe, learn about emerging trends in philanthropy and the social sector, and strategize and practice together on how we can reimagine giving to be more accountable and impact driven.Events
Unveiling trust-based philanthropy: SVP Seattle’s journey to reimagine giving04/07/2023
In her article, The Essence of True Philanthropy is Here – Trusting the People Doing the Work, Pamela Oaks (co-chair of SVP’s New Grants Committee, SVP Seattle Partner), explains a trust-based approach to reimagine giving and puts a spotlight on how SVP Seattle is prioritizing and practicing this approach to philanthropy.Affiliate Spotlight
Terra Winston is a member of the SVPI Board of Directors, a long-time partner of SVP Chicago, and Principal of inTerract Consulting and Ringleader of inTerractions. Originally from New Jersey, she’s lived in Chicago for 23 years and is dedicated to helping others achieve their goals.Partner Spotlight
Empowering the global community: The vital role of philanthropists03/24/2023
Solving the most complex challenges of our time requires a global community of philanthropists working as a collective. Sudha Nandagopal, CEO, SVP International draws from her lived experience to thread […]Philanthropic Learning
Why collective action is key to effecting systems change03/09/2023
Hear from Social Venture Partners International’s CEO, Sudha Nandagopal and Grantmakers for Effective Organizations‘ CEO, Marcus Walton about the importance of collective action in effecting philanthropic systems change.Philanthropic Learning
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