This podcast is part of GrantCraft’s Open for Good: Knowledge Sharing to Strengthen Grantmaking mini-series, which explores the importance of knowledge sharing, while offering funders practical solutions to overcoming the challenges to being more open.
In this episode, we’ll hear perspectives on the importance of knowledge and why foundations should focus on knowledge for the benefit of their work, as well as the sector at large.
See related content below for more podcasts in this series.
Samuel Hansen, Editor
Clare Nolan, Interviewer
Supriya Kumar, Introductions/Outros
Interviewees (in alphabetical order):
Allison Barmann, Bush Foundation
Maureen Cozine, New York State Health Foundation
Jara Dean-Coffey, Luminaire Group
Harvey Fineberg, Gordon and Betty Moore Foundation
Tom Kelly, Hawaii Community Foundation
Larry Kramer, William and Flora Hewlett Foundation
Daniela Pineda, First 5 LA
Chera Reid, The Kresge Foundation
Cindy Rizzo, Arcus Foundation
Bernadette Sangalang, The David & Lucile Packard Foundation
Rev. Starsky Wilson, Deaconess Foundation
Hanh Cao Yu, The California Endowment