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Blogging Team: Growing Social Impact in a Networked World

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Guest Blogging Team

Over the next couple of days you will be reading more frequent but shorter  posts from these guest bloggers from the Growing Social Impact in a Networked World:  A Grantmakers’ Gathering of Networks meeting in San Francisco on October 17-18th.    Guest bloggers were tasked with writing a brief post about one idea about networks that sparked their imagination during the gathering.
Scott Bechtler-Levin, President, IdeaEncore Network
Paul Connolly, Chief Client Services Officer, TCC Group
Stephen Downs, Chief Technology and Information Officer, Robert Wood Foundation
Laura Efron, Chief Strategy and Innovation Officer, ZeroDivide
John Esterle, Executive Director, The Whitman Institute
Paula Goldman, Director, Omidyar Network
Annie Hernandez, Program Officer, The Lumpkin Family Foundation & goodWORKSconnect
June Holley, Network Weaver, Network Weaver
Barbara Kibbe, COO, Salesforce.com Foundation
Eugene Eric Kim, Cofounder, Groupaya
Mary Manuel, Managing Director, McKay Foundation
Carole Martin, Change Consultant, Martin Consulting
Stephanie McAuliffe, Director Organizational Effectiveness, The David and Lucile Packard Foundation
Anna Muoio, Consultant, Monitor Institute
Mayur Patel, VP/Strategy and Assessment, Knight Foundation
Kathy Reich, Program Officer, Organizational Effectiveness and Philanthropy, David and Lucile Packard Foundation
Adene  Sacks, Jim Joseph Foundation
Marie Sauter, Program Officer, Pacific Northwest Initiative, Bill & Melinda Gates Foundation
Sande Smith, Director of Communications, Women’s Foundation of California
Chris van Bergeijk, Vice President for Programs, Hawaii Community Foundation
Kate Wing, Program Officer, Gordon and Betty Moore Foundation
Linda Wood, Senior Director, Evelyn & Walter Haas, Jr. Fund

 

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