Happy New Year! We are excited to present Jeff Poulos, Chief Executive Officer, Philanthropy MA, on Jan 25th. Please see the bottom of this email for the dates from February-June 2019.
Time: 9-11am (networking 9-9:30am)
Address: Associated Grant Makers (now Philanthropy MA), 133 Federal Street, 8th Floor, Boston, MA
Guests always welcome!
Hope you can make it!
About Jeff Poulos: Jeff joined Philanthropy MA as Executive Director in mid-2010 and was named Chief Executive Officer in 2016. Jeff currently serves as the chair of the board of the United Philanthropy Forum. He served on the board of the Massachusetts Nonprofit Network for 7 years, four as Treasurer, and was named in 2018 as an Emeritus board member. In addition, Jeff was a member of the Leadership Team of the national D5 Coalition on Diversity, Equity and Inclusion in Philanthropy. Prior to Philanthropy MA, Jeff served as Executive Director of StageSource, the Greater Boston Theatre Alliance, worked at the Huntington Theatre Company in a number of positions, and was General Manager at the New Repertory Theatre. Additionally, Jeff has served as Chair of the Arts Services Coalition of Boston, as Board Treasurer of Massachusetts Advocates for Arts Sciences and Humanities (precursor to MassCreative), and as a member of The Boston Foundation Arts and Culture Advisory Committee and the Massachusetts Cultural Council's Advisor Corps. In 2007, Jeff was one of 56 arts leaders to attend the Executive Program for Nonprofit Leadership-Arts at Stanford University Graduate School of Business Center for Social Innovation. In 2011, Jeff was awarded the StageSource Theatre Hero Award for his long-time service to the Greater Boston theatre community.
About Philanthropy Massachusetts: Founded in 1969, Philanthropy Massachusetts is a diverse and vibrant membership association of highly engaged philanthropic organizations and individuals with interests in Massachusetts. We connect new and established donors, their trustees and staff to each other, to their communities and to emerging and relevant issues in the field. A 501(c)(3) nonprofit, Philanthropy MA delivers excellent opportunities in learning, networking, access to resources and tools, skill-building, and community-building and serves as a bridge between funders and fund applicants for better understanding, efficiency and impact. As a leading and influential voice and advocate for effective philanthropy, Philanthropy MA provides access to knowledge and cooperative action that enables our members to create extraordinary value for each other, their grantees and to collectively shape the future of a healthy and vital region.
Upcoming dates and meetings:
||Updates in tax season
||Contracting, Billing, Collecting
||Andrea Madu, The Boston Foundation
||Date pending speaker availability