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What does it take to measure and fund positive social change?

At this free event, the Federal Reserve Bank of San Francisco and Nonprofit Finance Fund will explore how service providers, government, private funders, and others are working together to address entrenched social issues in our communities and focus on long-term solutions. Topics covered include:

  • What are outcomes, and how are they measured?
  • What innovative funding and financing tools are available to revolutionize our approach to solving big social problems?
  • How does current funding make it harder for service providers to offer long-term solutions, and what investments must we make in providers to facilitate this shift?

Complimentary lunch, refreshments, and copies of the book will be available to all guests.

Not in New York? There will also be a San Francisco launch event on June 13, and a Washington, DC event on September 12, 2017.

Speakers

This event features leaders in the social sector, philanthropy, government, and impact investing, bringing different experiences and points of view on outcomes.

Fireside Chat:

  • Darren Walker, President of the Ford Foundation
  • Andrew Plepler, Global Head of ESG at Bank of America
  • Moderated by Antony Bugg-Levine, CEO of Nonprofit Finance Fund

Featured Speakers:

  • David Erickson, Director of Community Development at the Federal Reserve Bank of San Francisco
  • Zia Khan, Vice President of Initiatives and Strategy at The Rockefeller Foundation
  • Andrea Levere, President of the Corporation for Enterprise Development
  • Terri Ludwig, President and CEO of Enterprise Community Partners
  • Tyler Norris, CEO of the Institute for Mental Health and Wellness
  • Muzzy Rosenblatt, Executive Director of BRC

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Invest in Results Because Outcomes Matter

Federal Reserve Bank of NY, 33 Liberty Street
New York, NY

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