The Effective Philanthropy Learning Initiative (EPLI) at the Stanford Center on Philanthropy and Civil Society (PACS) offers an executive-style learning program for philanthropy professionals. The program is taught by experienced Stanford faculty and staff and includes several notable guest speakers with expertise in philanthropic scholarship and practice. Cohort sizes are limited to ensure in-depth learning and effective networking with peers.
You are invited to apply for our next Education for Philanthropy Professionals (EPP) program, a unique 6-day (Oct. 25-27 in-person, Nov. 1-3 virtual), executive-style course led by the Effective Philanthropy Learning Initiative at Stanford PACS.
Designed particularly for executive-level staff of family foundations, emerging philanthropists, and philanthropy advisors, the EPP program offers a rare opportunity to engage in-person with philanthropy leaders–including Stanford faculty, philanthropy practitioners, and philanthropy scholars–and network with colleagues on the beautiful Stanford University campus.
The curriculum encompasses practical tools and approaches to social change–along with current sector issues, including a panel on global giving featuring:
- Melissa A. Berman
President & CEO, Rockefeller Philanthropy Advisors
- Mosun Layode
Executive Director, African Philanthropy Forum
- Liz McKeon
Director of Planet, Ikea Foundation
- Sonia Medina
Executive Director, Children’s Investment Fund Foundation