Philanthropy University courses are taught by some of the world’s most renowned instructors and practitioners.
A leading, national scholar on public policy and philanthropy, Paul Brest is the former president of William and Flora Hewlett Foundation and dean emeritus at Stanford Law School.
Essentials of Nonprofit Strategy
The Co-Founder of Kiva, Jessica Jackley is a social entrepreneur and author of the book Clay Water Brick: Finding Inspiration from Entrepreneurs Who Do the Most with the Least.
Global Social Entrepreneurship
President of A Better Chicago, Doug Scott focuses on education and performance transformation. Previously, he was a Senior Expert at McKinsey & Company and a partner with The New Teacher Project.
Organizational Capacity: Assessment to Action
Founder of Philanthropy U, Amr Al-Dabbagh is the CEO and Chairman of Al-Dabbagh Group, the Founding Chairman of the Stars Foundation and author of the book Omnipreneurship: An Organized Approach to Living a Life of Meaning.
Leadership: Ten Rules for Impact and Meaning
The Co-founder and CEO of the Institute for Transformative Technologies (ITT), Shashi Buluswar teaches in the Center for Social Sector Leadership at the Haas School of Business at the University of California, Berkeley.
How to Scale Social Impact
Tom Wolf is founder of WolfBrown, a consultancy, and a former lecturer at Harvard University. He authored the book How to Connect with Donors and Double the Money You Raise.
Fundraising: How to Connect with Donors
Dr. Erik Simanis is a Partner in the innovation consultancy, TIL Ventures, and core faculty of The Intrapreneur Lab. The former Head of Frontier Markets Initiative at Cornell University, Erik has guided start-ups and corporate new venture teams across Eastern Europe, South Asia, Africa, and Latin America over a 20-year career. He co-teaches this course with +Acumen.