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How Philanthropy Can Partner with the Incoming Administration - Shared screen with speaker view
Robin Delany-Shabazz she/her
25:02
Good day, Robin Delany-Shabazz, Annie E. Casey Fdn
Kyra Jennings, Freedman Consulting
25:05
Hi to folks who are joining - feel free to introduce yourself and say hi in the chat, with your name and org!
Shannon Rudisill
26:07
Hi- Shannon Rudisill, Early Childhood Funders Collaborative. Very interested to hear this presentation to inform our 2021 plans!
BA Cockburn
26:47
Hi everyone and glad to be here
Kathleen Kelly Janus
27:04
Hello from California!
Macy Parker (she, her)
27:22
Good morning, Macy Parker at Silver Giving Foundation in CA
BA Cockburn
27:30
Hello from DC and DC Bar Foundation
Kit Judge, Annie E. Casey Foundation
27:40
Hi all... Kit Judge here from the Casey Foundation. Thanks for helping us learn and prepare for a better 2021.... at some point.
Claudia Vargas
27:45
Claudia Vargas. Program Officer with The For Family Foundation
Rena Large
27:45
Rena Large, Early Childhood Funders Collaborative
Waialeale Sarsona
27:52
Good morning.... Waialeale Sarsona - Kamehameha Schools Hawaii (forgot to send to all attendees)
leahcrowder
27:52
Hi everyone - Leah Crowder from Open Philanthropy. Excited to be here!
Brandon Thorne
28:14
Brandon Thorne with the W. Clement & Jessie V. Stone Foundation in Chicago. Hope everyone is well!
Brian Dixon
28:32
Brian Dixon, W. Clement & Jessie V. Stone Foundation
Tobi
28:33
Hello, Tobi Adejumo, Bridgewater MA, Trust for Learning.
Kathleen Kelly Janus
28:33
Kathleen Kelly Janus, Senior Advisor on Social Innovation, Office of Governor Gavin Newsom
Deborah Stark
29:06
Greetings! Deborah Roderick Stark, consultant with the Heising-Simons Foundation
Nicky Goren
29:06
Nicky Goren, Meyer Foundation, DC.
Eva Roberts
29:09
Eva Roberts, Buffett Early Childhood Fund
Cathrine Aasen Floyd, PhD
29:31
Cathrine Floyd, Trust for Learning
Liliana Velazquez Liu
29:38
Liliana Velazquez Liu, Irving Harris Foundation
Atiya Weiss - Burke Foundation
29:41
Atiya Weiss, The Burke Foundation, New Jersey
Megan Sheekey
30:02
Megan Sheekey, Bloomberg Associates and Bloomberg Philanthropies
al castle
30:44
President Obama's SIF was very important for Hawaii. We were able to advance public pre-k with philanthropic and federal funds because of it.
Laura Ensler (she/her)
30:51
Laura Ensler, Laura Ensler Consulting LLC
Rumeli Banik
31:24
Hello all. Rumeli Banik, Doris Duke Charitable Foundation
al castle
32:21
Al Castle, Samuel N. and Mary Castle Foundation.
Edith Asibey
34:21
Hello - Edith Asibey, Asibey Consulting
Jean Ross
34:54
Jean Ross, Spitzer Trust
Katie Harkin (she/her)
35:01
Katie Harkin with the David and Lucile Packard Foundation in CA.
Lindsay Acker
39:12
https://mcusercontent.com/23e5e271030eef641cf4ac7bf/files/c16210d9-6192-4fa1-85d2-a189fe5798ca/Bios_Philanthrophic_Partnerships_Jan2021_1_.pdf
Lindsay Acker
39:21
^ Bios above
Aaron Goldzimer
40:18
Aaron Goldzimer, donor advisor specializing in U.S. democracy, politics, and political dysfunction; Goldzimer Group LLC
Lindsay Acker
40:27
Framework document: https://tfreedmanconsulting.us9.list-manage.com/track/click?u=23e5e271030eef641cf4ac7bf&id=1f682ad880&e=af4ddc437ewhite_check_markeyesraised_hands
Richard Thomason he/his
43:35
In December 2018, we funded a paper summarizing a decade of lessons from government-philanthropy partnerships for health in California: https://blueshieldcafoundation.org/sites/default/files/Govt_Phil_Report.pdf
Kyra Jennings, Freedman Consulting
44:28
Hi all - reposting the link to the framework document with the 4 areas Shelley mentioned: https://bit.ly/3rX2aCG
Kyra Jennings, Freedman Consulting
46:09
Some additional resources...the 2020 California Social Innovation Impact Report showing $3.9B in PPP efforts: https://www.gov.ca.gov/2020/11/24/socialinnovationimpactreport/
Kyra Jennings, Freedman Consulting
47:40
Also a resource from Bloomberg Associates about partnerships at the city level: https://associates.bloomberg.org/collaborative-cities/
al castle
53:48
SIF Funds in 2014 ($15 million dollars) seeded Hawaii's public charter schools preschools. Castle Foundation provided additional dollars for teacher training over several years.
Kyra Jennings, Freedman Consulting
59:34
Feel free to put questions for either a specific panelist or the whole panel in the Q&A box at any time, and Shelley will bring them in either during the panel convo or in the final Q&A session
Sonal Shah
01:01:56
@nisha great points about lending staff after organizations
Sonal Shah
01:02:14
Lending staff from organizations.
Tom Freedman
01:08:35
Agree with Beverly on win-win of state and local, and I also think it is true federally. Lots of shared learning back in forth. That can make policies better, in government and from philanthropy.
Waialeale Sarsona
01:09:49
is there an IRS Tax reference to the lobbying exemption for joint funding to get more information?
Richard Thomason he/his
01:10:30
For IPAs, does the federal government pay their salary while on assignment, or does philanthropy?
Waialeale Sarsona
01:10:33
What are some successful strategies to build relationships with state government to move beyond the “write a check”?
Nisha Patel
01:11:53
@Richard - IPAs can work both ways - sometimes federal government can reimburse salary. Sometimes the external partner (philanthropy) pays
Sonal Shah
01:13:22
Fellowships like AAAS also work. https://www.aaas.org/fellowships
Ana Marie Argilagos, Hispanics in Philanthropy
01:16:13
Answering Sarah’s question: Foundations that were invested in our success invested in consultants to help HUD - they paid for the contract and ngotiatiated the scope of work
Megan Sheekey
01:16:53
In government, find a “yes” lawyer to support the work.
Cathrine Aasen Floyd, PhD
01:17:54
I called them “ghost” protocols!
Shannon Rudisill
01:23:16
@Sonal - As a former Federal official, I really appreciate your point about communications and marketing. Not only do people not have the skill set, they are culturally skeptical that the government should even do that. I had millions to spend on technical assistance contractors, but even the contractors who tended to apply did not have strong public communication, marketing skills.
Ana Marie Argilagos, Hispanics in Philanthropy
01:36:01
Bolder Advocacy has a great training on what is/is not considered lobbying.
Deborah Stark
01:40:47
Terrific conversation! thanks.
Nicky Goren
01:40:51
great job to all the panelists -- thank you
Jean Ross
01:40:55
thank you - super interesting
Richard Thomason he/his
01:41:07
I learned so much! Thank you for putting this on.
BA Cockburn
01:41:08
thank you this was very insightful
Sonal Shah
01:41:21
Thank you all for the great questions. Shelley are an awesome moderator!
Robin Delany-Shabazz she/her
01:41:24
Very helpful, comprehensive. Framework is illuminating, thanks.
BA Cockburn
01:42:03
maybe this could be a learning network
Tom Freedman
01:42:30
agreed