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Impact@Anderson: Meet The Funder - Eisner Foundation
Thursday, December 1, 2016
6:30 PM - 8:30 PM
UCLA Anderson (Room B312) (map )
110 Westwood Plaza, Los Angeles, CA

Registration
Ticket TypeRegularRegistration
Alumni:$10.00BUY TICKET
Student:$10.00BUY TICKET
Others:$10.00BUY TICKET

Spaces Available: 14 - See Who’s Coming
Contact: Julie Lacouture (323) 596-1124


It's a testament to our UCLA Anderson alumni base that so many find opportunities to give back through involvement with social impact and not-for-profit organizations. 

Recognizing this, UCLA launched Impact@Anderson to foster collaboration across students, alumni, staff, faculty and the broader community to seed and accelerate positive social, environmental and economic impact around the world.  Through research, practice and thought leadership, UCLA Anderson aims to elevate the role of the business in social impact and challenge conventional theories.

Please join us on Thursday, December 1 as we host Trent Stamp, CEO of the Eisner Foundation, to talk about creating and executing a strategic plan to change the foundation's focus to support intergenerational projects.RSVP today. Space is limited. 

6:30pm - Registration

6:45pm - Fireside Chat with Trent Stamp, with audience Q&A

8:00pm - Networking

Trent Stamp has served as CEO of The Eisner Foundation since 2008. Trent is responsible for all aspects of the foundation’s management, including strategy, execution, operations, evaluation, marketing, and the awarding of The Eisner Prize. Prior to joining The Eisner Foundation, Trent was the founding President of Charity Navigator. Under his leadership, Charity Navigator grew to become the nation’s largest and most-used evaluator of American charities and nonprofits. Previous positions include Vice President of Communications for Teach For America, an analyst and manager for the Social Security Administration, and a legislative aide for U.S. Representative Robert Matsui. Trent started his career as a Teach For America teacher in rural North Carolina.

Trent has regularly appeared as an expert analyst for national television and radio shows, including The Today Show, 20/20, The O’Reilly Factor, and The Daily Show with Jon Stewart. He authored “Trent Stamp’s Take,” a daily blog about the nonprofit sector, recognized by The New York Times as one of “Ten Nonprofit Blogs That Get Attention.” In 2004, he was selected by New Jersey Business Magazine as one of “40 Business Leaders Under 40” in the state and in 2007, he was honored by the New Jersey State Legislature with the Five Sectors Lifetime Achievement Award for his contribution to the betterment of the state. 

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