President & CEO Reginald Adams discusses the dynamic process of organizing the public to create community-based public art, which in turn become neighborhood cultural destinations and vehicles for transformation.
Director Samuel McElroy Taylor examines the impact that natural history museums can have on communities, and the need for renewal in a world of constant change and increased competition for the attention of visitors.
Executive Director Paula Golden examines how business, foundation and nonprofit leaders negotiate productive relationships that strengthen nonprofits and align with the objectives of donors in ways that benefit society.
Interim Program Officer for Arts and Culture Moy Eng discusses fundraising and funding for the arts from her perspective as a development professional for diverse organizations (inc. for the Alvin Ailey Dance Theater Foundation), and as an art funder (inc. for the William and Flora Hewlett Foundation).
Taking a sabbatical from his career as a venture capitalist to work on ocean and other forms of conservation, Tod Bensen discusses how a VC business perspective informs his work as Board Chair of WildAid, a nonprofit that reduces demand for endangered species products.