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LEADING TOGETHER SCHEDULE SUNDAY, APRIL 26 CONCURRENT SESSIONS 3:30 pm – 4:30 pm Yerba Buena Salon 3/4 Lower B2 Level The Value of Corporate Social Investments: Defining, Measuring and Reporting Part 2 Corporate philanthropy is experiencing stakeholder demand for improved measurement and evaluation, and subsequently data-driven decision-making. This two-part, consecutive session will address two important areas of measurement for corporate philanthropy: social impact of investments, and return on investment (ROI) to the corporation. In Part Two of the series we will review the Committee Encouraging Corporate Philanthropy (CECP) framework on ROI which demonstrates benefit to employee recruitment and retention, revenue and bottom line, and brand and reputation. Corporate philanthropy leaders will share examples of how they are defining and measuring constructs like employee engagement and reputation. CONCURRENT SESSIONS 3:30 pm – 4:30 pm Yerba Buena Salon 5/6 Lower B2 Level Humanizing the System: One Community’s Approach to Lifting Families Out of Poverty In 2006, community leaders in Jacksonville, FL, initiated a process to restructure a fragmented social service system difficult for low-income populations. This session will offer strategies foundations and their partners can deploy in local communities to connect families with the financial assets they may use to lift themselves out of poverty. CONCURRENT SESSIONS 3:30 pm – 4:30 pm Yerba Buena Salon 10/11 Lower B2 Level Public –Private Partnerships Series: The Connections between Broadband, Equity, and Economics Access to broadband Internet is no longer a luxury - it is a necessity. The U.S. Department of Commerce has been leading the Obama Administration’s effort to make broadband everywhere, for everyone, a reality. Staff from the National Telecommunications and Technology Information Administration will brief attendees on the $4.7 billion Broadband Technology Opportunities Program and the new Broadband USA initiative, with key West Coast funder partners like California Emerging Technologies Fund (CETF). CETF has raised levels of broadband adoption by 200,000 households among the state’s most disadvantaged populations - rural, immigrant, Hispanic, and elderly - by working with grassroots nonprofit organizations and media partners. Along the way they have created more than 2,700 jobs in the technology industry and empowered diverse new voices. CONCURRENT SESSIONS 3:30 pm – 4:30 pm Yerba Buena Salon 12/13 Lower B2 Level What’s Faith & Philanthropy Got to Do with Justice? The movie Selma reminds us that the church was not agnostic when it came to addressing issues of societies injustices. Talent and treasure supported much on the ground work in the past--Rev. Martin Luther King Jr, King, Rev. Fred Shuttlesworth & Mahalia Jackson were some of the most notable faith leaders in the struggle. Many thought the church has fallen asleep or has ignored the least of us--but Pope Francis and other religious leaders of today are very much awake and willing to call out injustice as they see it. Is there a spiritual revival in faith activism on the horizon? LEARNING LAB 4:30 pm – 4:50 pm Council Central Maximizing the Impact and Efficiency of Scholarship Programs Private scholarships are key to filling the gap for students pursuing their education goals. Join Scholarship America to learn why scholarships matter more than ever and how to create cost-efficient and high impact scholarship and educational support programs for both students and donors. 24 Council on Foundations 2015 Annual Meeting |

HOPE AND OPPORTUNITY IN A DESTABILIZED WORLD SCHEDULE #COFAnnual #Philanthropy Leadership in Action: Catalyzing Change - President Mary Robinson As the first woman President of Ireland and a former United Nations High Commissioner for Human Rights, Mary Robinson’s leadership has been nothing short of transformative. Throughout her career she has pursued the most intransient problems --human rights, gender equality and environmental justice, during times of political and economic hardship— in partnership and with purpose. LEADERSHIP IN ACTION 5:00 pm – 6:00 pm Club Room Second Level President Robinson once said “When Nelson Mandela brought us together as Elders, he did so in the belief that together we are stronger, that change happens when people collectively take action to make our world a better place.” Join us to learn more about President Robinson’s journey as a collaborative leader who delivered on her ideas at the national, regional and global level. The audience will have an opportunity to engage with President Robinson as she shares stories of her own leadership, as well as her personal perspective on what is needed of future leaders today to safeguard our planet for the next generation. MONDAY, APRIL 27 Sparking a Digital Revolution for Good: The Role of Philanthropy In the 21st century, the Internet is increasingly the platform and social commons where social issues play out to enable or hinder progress. Our digital society is now intrinsic to the missions of philanthropy – equality, access, opportunity, connections. However, as a sector, are we thinking enough about the role and influence of the Internet and technology in social change? OPENING BREAKFAST PLENARY 8:30 - 10:30 am Yerba Buena Salon 7/9 Lower B2 Level This two-part plenary features insights from NetGain, a Ford Foundation collaborative with the Knight Foundation, the MacArthur Foundation, Mozilla Foundation, and Open Society Foundations, that seeks to ensure the Internet continues to create opportunity for all. Attendees will then engage in an interactive dialogue fueled by technology on the implications for philanthropy and share top priorities for our sector’s role in sparking a digital revolution for good. Maximizing the Impact and Efficiency of Scholarship Programs Philanthropy Exchange is an increasingly robust community website where members can pose questions to peers, share resources, and connect with others working on similar initiatives. You’ll get a walk through from the community manager and be able to ask questions about how to access the resources. LEARNING LAB 10:45 am – 11:15 am Council Central Boots on the Ground: Community Action with Global Impact – NR&E Change happens at home, and natural resource challenges are no exception. This session will feature rapid-fire presentations from organizations working at the community level that answer the question “Why should communities care about natural resources and climate, and how can they make a difference?” CONCURRENT SESSIONS 11:15 am – 12:15 pm Yerba Buena Salon 10/11 Lower B2 Level | Council on Foundations 2015 Annual Meeting 25

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