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Penn High Impact Philanthropy Event

The Wharton Club of Northern California is pleased to announce an evening with Kat Rosqueta, the founding executive director of the Penn Center for High Impact Philanthropy.

The Center for High Impact Philanthropy (CHIP) is the only university-based center with a singular focus on enabling philanthropy to achieve greater social impact. Its multi-disciplinary team is at the vanguard of providing rigorous, balanced, and actionable guidance to funders worldwide. Through public information, education, and advisory services, the Center helps donors do more good. Founded a decade ago as a collaboration between the School of Social Policy & Practice and alumni of the Wharton School, CHIP’s team analyzes philanthropic opportunities in a wide-range of causes such as early childhood, child survival, global health, disaster relief, addiction, hunger, and housing.
CHIP is an authority on measuring and managing social impact, no matter the cause. Through a variety of educational programs, the Center’s team serves as teachers, coaches, and advisors to current and emerging philanthropic leaders.
Come meet Kat Rosqueta and learn about CHIP’s work, how to engage with the Center, and opportunities to increase your own social impact on the issues you care about most.
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Date: Wednesday, February 22, 2017
6:00pm - 8:00pm
Location: Wharton | San Francisco2 Harrison Street, CA 94105
Cost: $20 per person. 

About the speaker:
Katherina M. Rosqueta (WG'01) is the founding executive director of the Center for High Impact Philanthropy, a multi-disciplinary center that provides public information, education, and advisory services so that philanthropy achieves greater social impact. A frequent speaker on philanthropy and social impact, her work and comments have been cited in numerous media outlets including the New York Times, National Public Radio, Wall Street Journal, and Money Magazine. Kat has held numerous civic leadership positions, currently serving on the board of GuideStar and as co-chair of Greenlight Fund Philadelphia. A native Philadelphian, she lives in that city with her husband Michael Idinopulos and their three children.

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