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Impact@Anderson: Meet The Funder - Goldhirsh Foundation

 
Wednesday, November 16, 2016
6:30 p.m. - 8:30 p.m.
UCLA Anderson (Room B312) (map)
110 Westwood Plaza, Los Angeles, CA

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Spaces Available: 14 - See Who’s Coming

 
Regular
 
Alumni:
$10.00

Student:
$10.00

Others:
$10.00

Contact: Julie Lacouture 323-596-1124
Organizer: UCLA Anderson

 

Event Description

 

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 Wednesday, November 16 as we host Tara Roth, President of the Goldhirsh Foundation, to talk about the business of doing good and the foundation's initiative to crowdsource the distribution of $1,000,000 in funds to Los Angeles non-profits.RSVP today. Space is limited. 

6:30pm - Registration

6:45pm - Fireside Chat with Tara Roth, with audience Q&A

8:00pm - Networking

Tara Roth is the president of the Goldhirsh Foundation. Prior to this role, Tara bridged the worlds of marketing, media, and philanthropy as the founding COO of GOOD and a social strategy advisor. Tara began her career in marketing and business development for NBCinternet and Infoseek. She has worked with organizations such as Participant Media, Fifteen Foundation, and the New Schools Venture Fund. As a senior advisor to GOOD, Tara helped launch the Pepsi Refresh Project. Tara received a bachelor’s degree at Cornell University, and has an MBA from Oxford University where she was awarded a Skoll scholarship in social entrepreneurship. Tara serves on the board of Southern California Grantmakers and on the regional advisory boards of Opportunity Fund, FUSE Corps, Innovate LA (InLA), LA n Sync, and 826LA. She is a Senior Fellow at USC's Brittingham Social Enterprise Lab.