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Webinar │Shifting the Philanthropic Paradigm with Impact Data

4/21/2020
When: Tuesday, April 21, 2020
12 noon Pacific | 1 pm Mountain | 2 pm Central | 3 pm Eastern
Where: United States


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About the webinar... 

Shifting the Philanthropic Paradigm with Impact Data

 

Today’s leading philanthropists are looking to their advisors for investment opportunities that align with their values. They are also looking for a greater understanding of the impact of these investments, and whether they are achieving positive outcomes over time. But how can philanthropists gather the information they need to measure the return on their investments, while ultimately building capacity for the organizations they are trying to support. One solution is to shift away from the existing reporting model towards a collaborative approach in which funders and operators align on short and long term metrics and goals. To accomplish  this shift, the sector must empower social enterprise organizations with the means to access and collect relevant, actionable data, and prioritize relationship-building to move the needle.  

 

Join us for a conversation about how data can transform the existing paradigm in philanthropy. We’ll share examples of how individual investors and foundations are leveraging a single entity fund, in partnership with the Tides Foundation, to cover the cost of data analytics tools for motivated social enterprise organizations. We’ll also share actionable steps for advisors to take back to their clients to help them bring a data-driven approach to their philanthropic activities.

 


About the presenters...


 

Leena Barakat
Director of Strategic Partnerships, Tides

Leena has spent the past decade of her career working across the non-profit, philanthropic and private sectors to advance social justice and business development globally. Leena is the Director of Strategic Partnerships at Tides, a global philanthropic partner and non-profit accelerator working at the nexus of funders, change makers and policy to accelerate the pace of social change. In her capacity there, she leads Tides strategy for engaging and growing new business across the mission-aligned corporate, foundation, nonprofit, impact investing, high net-worth individual & family office segments by offering services and solutions that help them execute on their charitable strategies. Prior to joining Tides, she lead Business Development for Visualizing Impact, a data-visualization firm for social causes, where she helped to scale and internationalize their business model. Before that, she served as the Cultural Program Director at the ACCC of San Francisco. 

Leena proudly serves on the Board of Directors of the Women Donors Network, a national network of feminist donors who pool their capital together to fund the the most critical and progressive women of color led movements and issues of our time. She holds a Masters in Global Development and Social Justice, from St. Johns University in New York. She completed her certification in Advanced Project Management from Stanford University and holds a B.A in International Studies from University of California, San Diego. She lives in San Francisco with her husband two children. 

     

 

Drew Payne
Founder and CEO, UpMetrics

Drew has a passion for education, health and community development. Prior to launching UpMetrics, Drew founded UHV Group, providing operating advisory services to Blackstone portfolio companies within the real estate and education sector. Additionally, Drew has focused on real estate and social impact investing, as well as traditional philanthropy as Vice President of the Payne Family Foundation. Born and raised in San Francisco, Drew is a graduate of the University of Pennsylvania. 


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