Philanthropy Media & Michael Chatman, Founder of #WHYiGIVE, Selects America's Top 20 Women in Philanthropy, Social Innovation & Civic Engagement
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P 20 WOMEN IN PHILANTHROPY & CIVIC ENGAGEMENT
Whether writing a book, giving a speech at a philanthropy forum, sitting down for a national radio or television interview, connecting with people through social media outlets or sharing their philanthropic story with investors, employees, grantees or volunteers, these Top 20 Women Executives, Thinkers and Experts are some of the philanthropic sector's most influential leaders.
There were more than 450 nominees for Top 20 Women in the philanthropic community, which is a little more than we expected.
Although they are highly visible and have built national (even international) platforms, these women were selected for their philanthropic impact through the art of collaboration and their ability to facilitate, to the highest degree, the free flow of information and innovation across sector networks to advance social change.
In addition, these women are not only thought leaders, they are LOVE LEADERS with compassion for the people they serve. Philanthropy without love has ZERO social impact. Money and endowment assets has nothing to do with our list, it is ALL about social impact, advancing the overall philanthropic sector (not just your own organization) with strategy and thought-leadership.
Maya Angelou, Oprah Winfrey's friend & mentor, captures the essence behind our selection process best in this quote:
"I've learned that people will forget what you said, people will forget what you did, but people will never forget how you made them feel."
2. Melinda Gates, Co-Founder, Bill and Melinda Gates Foundation
11. Katherine Milligan, Head & Director of the Schwab Foundation for Social Entrepreneurship
12. Helen LaKelly Hunt, Co-Founder, Women Moving Millions
14. Mari Ellen Reynolds Loijens, Chief Business, Development & Brand Officer, Silicon Valley Community Foundation
15. Eileen Heisman, President, National Philanthropic Trust
16. Malissa Shriver, Co-Founder & Executive Director, Turnaround Arts California
17. Pam Pugh, Co-Founder, Women Doing Well
Michael Chatman, Founder of The Philanthropy Experts & Leaders Academy, helps organizations increase their global reach and create evangelists that not only open their wallets to write checks but change their mindset to contribute and impact the world.
The Philanthropy Experts & Leaders Academy will be held on April 23-25, 2017 at the Westin Hotel in Cape Coral, Florida, sponsored by the Global Center for Generosity at Cape Coral Foundation & BBB Wise Giving Alliance.
Speakers Include: Henry Timms, Founder of #GivingTuesday, Mary Wong, CEO, Office Depot Foundation, Art Taylor, CEO, BBB Wise Giving Alliance, Val Porter, Head of Social Innovation, Foundation Center.