Private Giving Rises to New Global Challenges – Christian Science Monitor

High profile members of the philanthropic community—WFN included—are gathering in New York for the 77th session of the United Nations General Assembly this week. The Christian Science Monitor says this is a sign that philanthropy has “become more worldwide”, and quotes WFN President & CEO, Elizabeth Barajas-Román.

“We’re in a place of crisis where we can really learn from what other global actors have done to move so much further ahead than where we are,” Elizabeth Barajas-Román, president of the Women’s Funding Network, told the Chronicle. “There’s an opportunity now to really listen to where those other solutions might be.”

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