Karie Brown, Principal, KB Consulting and Trustee, Hidden Leaf Foundation
Karie Brown, principal of KB Consulting, partners with individual donors, foundations and nonprofit groups to promote effective philanthropy and social change. She helps her clients to manage transitions successfully and build robust programs and healthy organizations. Brown coaches individual board and senior staff members and facilitates group meetings to address key issues, enhance personal and organizational understanding and develop appropriate structures and systems. Prior to starting her consulting practice, she served as director of programs for Tides Foundation, a progressive, donor-advised grantmaking institution based in San Francisco. Previously, Brown was director of programs for Katalysis Foundation and the first executive director for International Development Exchange. She currently serves as a trustee for five nonprofit organizations and philanthropic entities.
Greg Cantori, Executive Director, The Marion I. & Henry J. Knott Foundation
Since 1999, Greg Cantori has been directing the general operations of The Marion I. & Henry J. Knott Foundation, including grantmaking, investments, implementing new initiatives and overseeing the work of staff and volunteer trustees. Previously, he served seven years as executive director of Light Street Housing Corporation, where he implemented the vision of "Homelessness to Homeownership". Cantori is past president of One Less Car (now Bike Maryland), a past advisor to the Bearman Foundation and is currently a Board member of the Association of Baltimore Area Grantmakers.
Susan Price, Consultant, National Center for Family Philanthropy
Susan Price is a consultant for the National Center for Family Philanthropy. Her responsibilities include writing a series of guides for Family Foundation CEOs, as well as other writing assignments. Price served as vice president of the National Center from June 2007 until June 2011. She previously served as managing director of the Family Foundation Services Department at the Council on Foundations. Previously, she had an 18-year career as a freelance writer for businesses, associations and the mass media. She is the author of The Giving Family: Raising Our Children to Help Others and is a frequent speaker on the subject of instilling philanthropic values in children. Price has been featured in articles about philanthropy in such publications as Working Mother magazine, The Atlanta Journal-Constitution, Minneapolis Star Tribune and Chronicle of Philanthropy.
Thursday, December 8, 2011
9:00 am to 10:30 am PST
This program is a teleconference.
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Who May Attend:
Current SCG members
As a membership benefit, SCG members have complimentary access to NCFP teleconferences.