You are invited to a wide-ranging discussion of the role and history of American philanthropy in developing international institutions and agendas. Have philanthropic responses to injustice and inequality made things better or worse? Dr. Rosenfield has written extensively on the history, practice and ethics of philanthropy; interdisciplinary team science; and the social and economic aspects of tropical diseases. Her most recent book is A World of Giving: Carnegie Corporation of New York – A Century of International Philanthropy. Her career and service includes leading the Carnegie Corporation’s Developing Countries Program and Carnegie Scholars, leading global teams at the World Health Organization and serving on the boards of the Global Fund for Children, Future Generations and World Scout Foundation USA. She is a life member of the Council on Foundations.

RGK Center Global Civil Society Speaker Series Featuring Patricia Rosenfield

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