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Sunday, February 15 • 8:30am - 9:45am
The Challenge of Power: How to Be a More Ethical Funder

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Funding often follows the golden rule: S/he who has the gold makes the rules. Having taught thousands of philanthropists and foundation professionals, Richard Marker disagrees. He believes that most abuse of power by funders is not based on ego but on naïveté. This interactive session will use case vignettes to explore the intersection of best practice, ethics, and the law so that funders and those who want some can behave better, more ethically, and productively.

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Richard Marker

Richard Marker is currently a philanthropy expert, professor, advisor, writer, and lecturer. He has been a university professor; a CEO and senior executive in the Jewish sphere; a foundation CE; a management consultant in the private secto; and a university chaplain. He has spent almost 30 years working in or with the Jewish world, and seventeen outside it. He is active as a volunteer on international interreligeous boards, and is committed to... Read More →


Sunday February 15, 2015 8:30am - 9:45am
High Ridge

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