Ellen McGirt, Senior Editor at Fortune, explains why we shouldn’t necessarily look to the wealthy to solve all of our social issues. Who should we interview next? We’d love to hear your thoughts. Why Women(+)? We were inspired by one
Thinking outside of the box often lends itself to acting as a thought leader for our partners and other changemakers—because reversing the tides of global inequality is a cooperative effort. And at Lebec Consulting, we believe in sharing what we’ve learned along the way.
April Rinne – speaker, advisor, and author of “FLUX: 8 Superpowers for Thriving in Constant Change” – chats with us about system design, and why rethinking it is everything. She took a deep look at how our systems work –
Mary Mwende – a Clinton Scholar, Women Deliver ambassador, and Global Give Back Circle advisor – talks openly about how if we are truly interested in transformation and social change, we simply must shift power dynamics in philanthropy. She believes
Cindy Jones-Nyland, Chief Marketing Officer of To The Market and executive leadership coach, weighs in on why it’s so important to remove egos from decision-making across philanthropy and impact investing. She also shares her thoughts on gender dynamics in the
Kristen Venick, the Director of Giving at Niagara Bottling, provides a great example of how venture philanthropy, lean teams, the appropriate use of DAFs, and an innovative and collaborative mindset toward philanthropy and social change can unlock revolutionary impact. Today,
Sylvana Synha, the Founder and CEO of Praava Health, speaks up on the urgency of investing in women leaders. As the data continues to show again and again, female and diversity-led ventures outperform start-ups solely led by men. And yet,