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AiP Boston: Innovative Strategies in Philanthropic Giving

 Export to Your Calendar 9/16/2019
When: Monday, September 16, 2019
12:00 - 2:00 pm
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Fidelity Investments
245 Summer Street
Boston, Massachusetts  02218
United States

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"Innovative Strategies in Philanthropic Giving"

Monday, September 16, 2019
12:00 - 2:00 pm ET

Fidelity Investments
245 Summer Street, Boston, MA  02218

Members: no charge │ Non-members: $25.00

Lunch will be provided.


About the program...

Advisors in Philanthropy Boston (formerly BPART) invites you to join us on September 16th for an engaging conversation on a variety of ways that philanthropists are deploying innovative strategies in support of the causes they support. We will hear from leading advisers, funders, and philanthropists on strategies that include limited liability companies (LLCs) and other alternative vehicles; funds that engage donors as investors and ‘partners’ supporting grantees with their time and talent; and the evolution and diversity of ways that individuals are collaborating through giving circles to enhance their philanthropy and experiment with new ideas.

About the speakers...

Nageeb Sumar, Vice President, Philanthropic Strategies, Fidelity Charitable

Nageeb Sumar joined Fidelity Charitable as Vice President, Philanthropic Strategies in the fall of 2018. Prior to that, Nageeb spentalmost nine years at the Bill and Melinda Gates Foundation, most recently serving as Deputy Director, Philanthropic Partnerships, Global Policy & Advocacy. Nageeb co-led the Gates Foundation’s strategic focus around increasing the quantity and quality of charitable giving in the United States, China, India and the Middle East. He earned a law degree from McGill Law School, a master’s degree in international finance from Queen’s University School of Business, and bachelor’s degrees in economics and urban & regional planning from Cornell University. 

   

Jessie Cronan, Executive Director, Social Venture Partners Boston

Jessie Cronan’s professional career has focused on nonprofit leadership and management, with a focus on international development. Jessie served as the Executive Director of Gardens for Health International, a Boston-based nonprofit working at the intersection of agriculture and nutrition in Rwanda for five years, before joining the Child Relief International Foundation as the inaugural Executive Director. Jessie is excited to build on her experience in both nonprofit and foundation leadership, and to apply her skills and experiences to challenges facing our own community in Boston.  Jessie Cronan graduated with her Bachelor’s in Comparative Theology from Princeton University and her Master in Public Policy from the Harvard Kennedy School.

   

Karen Keating Ansara, Co-founder and Chair of the Steering Committee, New England International Donors

Karen Keating Ansara is Co-founder and Chair of the Steering Committee of New England International Donors (NEID). In late 2008 Karen cofounded New England International Donors (NEID), an independent initiative of The Philanthropic Initiative (TPI) and the Boston Foundation (TBF). With her husband, Jim, she makes grants to end global poverty and promote global health primarily in Haiti via the Ansara Family Fund at TBF.  In 2010 Karen cofounded the Haiti Fund with TBF, making which made grants in HAITI for five years, and then evolved into the Haiti Development Institute (HDI.) She serves on the boards of HDI, MCE Social Capital, and the Millennium Campus Network and is an advisor to the Institute for Justice and Democracy in Haiti, the Irish International Immigrant Center, and Boston University’s Pardee School for Global Studies. A member of the Leadership Council for Oxfam America since 2003, Karen is a graduate of Wellesley College (Political Science) and Andover Newton Theological School (MDiv).  Karen and Jim have four young adult children and live in Essex, MA and Boston.


Thank you to our sponsor...


About AiP Boston...

BPART Steering Committee is delighted to announce formation of the Boston Chapter of Advisors in Philanthropy (AiP). After nearly 10 years as an all-volunteer organization serving Boston’s philanthropic community, the Steering Committee voted to continue service through membership in the national organization, The International Association of Advisors in Philanthropy.

We hope you will all join us by signing up as a member to the Boston Chapter. Click here for more information and become a member! Thank you for the long standing support of BPART.  

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