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Philanthropy, Community Engagement, and Social Change: Challenges and Opportunities

October 12, 2022 at 10:00 AM to 11:00 AM

Location:D382, Office of the Dean Boardroom Loeb Building

Philanthropy, Community Engagement, and Social Change: Challenges and Opportunities

Presented by Nathan Grasse, Susan Phillips, and Paloma Raggo

This Bagels and Banter’s discussion will address the consequences of the data deficit facing the nonprofit and philanthropic sector and reflect on the opportunities and challenges of philanthropy in fostering social change and community engagement.

About the Presenters

Nathan Grasse is an Associate Professor in the Master of Philanthropy and Nonprofit Leadership (MPNL) program. Nathan’s work focuses on the governance of public-serving organizations, including associations between governance and financial management.

Susan Phillips is a Professor and Graduate Supervisor of the MPNL program. Her research focuses on public policy and regulation of philanthropy and the nonprofit sector, financing of charities and nonprofits, cross-sectoral collaboration, community foundations and place-based philanthropy.

Paloma Raggo is a faculty member in Philanthropy and Nonprofit Leadership at the School of Public Policy and Administration at Carleton University. Her research focuses on leadership and nonprofit governance, global philanthropy, and research methods.

About Bagels and Banter

Bagels and Banter is an opportunity to discuss shared research and teaching and learning topics with faculty members in a relaxed setting. Learn about new topics, teaching methods and potential research collaborations.

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