Since I’ll be overseeing all of the philanthropy sessions at the Social Capital Markets conference, I won’t be able to blog about the conference or act as a coordinator for a blog team. So I’ve asked Adin Miller to take over Tactical Philanthropy during the conference.
Regular readers will recognize Adin from his excellent coverage of the Social Innovation Fund which I featured here at Tactical Philanthropy. As a former employee of the Corporation for National & Community Service, Adin added detailed process knowledge to the conversation.
Adin is a consultant to nonprofits.His firm provides strategic and program management, organizational effectiveness, grants management services, and social media training. Prior to establishing his firm, Adin worked at the American Legacy Foundation, where he created and implemented the grantmaking operations for the newly established foundation. Before joining the American Legacy Foundation, Adin worked as a program officer with the AmeriCorps division of the Corporation for National and Community Service, where he managed grants totaling $20 million. He also helped establish the Partnership for National Service, a nonprofit organization funded by the Ford Foundation to support AmeriCorps programs, which eventually merged into the Points of Light Institute.
You can also follow the Social Capital Markets conference via the conference’s own blog and the Twitter hashtag #SoCap10. You can follow Twitter conversation about the Tactical Philanthropy track specifically via the hashtag #TactPhil.