“Philanthropies and nonprofits are, by definition, there to serve the public good. And if we’re there to serve the public and do good on behalf of the public, then I want to be disruptive in the sense of calling ourselves out as scholars, as practitioners on what is the best way to do good. And it shouldn’t always feel comfortable.”
- Maribel Morey, Assistant Professor of History at Clemson University and co-founder of HistPhil.org
PHILANTHROPY’S PAST AND FUTURE
In this episode of Groupthinkers, our host, Justin McCord, is joined by Maribel Morey, Assistant Professor of History at Clemson University and co-founder of HistPhil.org. Morey discusses philanthropy’s past and how it’s still relevant as we build philanthropy’s future.
What to think about:
- How can you have conversations that question what it means to do good?
- Challenging the status quo of philanthropy
- What added value are philanthropic leaders bringing to the industry?
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