Representatives from 40 institutions from around the world
attended a 'think tank' summit, highlighting changes in
fundraising and philanthropy in the United States
and abroad as a result of globalization and the advent of
The George H. Heyman Center for Philanthropy and Fundraising
at the NYU School of
Continuing and Professional Studies, the summit
hosted representatives from important nonprofit
organizations, such as universities, museums, libraries, and
social service agencies.
The Leadership Summit on Global Philanthropy,
a conference highlighting changes in fundraising and
Ambassador for Philanthropy of the United Kingdom
Dr. John Sexton,
New York University
Sir C. Duncan Rice,
former Principal of the
Editor, The Chronicle of
Dr. Robert Lapiner,
Dean, NYU School of
Continuing and Professional Studies
Dr. L. Jay Oliva,
President Emeritus, New York University
Founder and Executive Director,
Mr. Jean-Paul Warmoes,
Executive Secretary, King Baudouin Foundation United States
and Director, International Relations,
King Baudouin Foundation
Break down of events below.
Additional details can be found online:
Dinner and Keynote by
Dame Stephanie Shirley:
"Giving Philanthropists a Voice Worldwide"
Address by NYU President
John Sexton: ?
A Fundraising Life?
The American Model: New Trends in Philanthropy and
Luncheon Address by Sir C.
The Changing Face of Global Philanthropy
The Digital Challenge
NGOs: Pitfalls and
Triumphs in Securing Funding
Board Governance: Accountability, Disclosure, Conflicts of
Interest, and Oversight
Luncheon Panel: Philanthropy and Economic Development on the
Workshop B: Higher Education Philanthropy
and Closing Remarks