Meet Lowell Weiss. He’s been a speech writer for Al Gore and Bill Clinton, worked at the Gates Foundation, consulted with Paul Brest and is a close confidant of Mario Marino. Tactical Philanthropy readers might remember him for his memorable phrase “synthesizing generalists” to describe great philanthropy advisors. Today he runs Cascade Philanthropy Advisors.
Category Archives: Three Minutes
Recently I introduced the newest Tactical Philanthropy feature: Three Minutes. The idea is to introduce readers to the many, many characters that make up the world of philanthropy. Last week, I featured Melinda Tuan. The video quality was good, because I caught up with Melinda in a quite conference room with good lighting. Today’s video […]
In my travels I run across a lot of really interesting people working in the field of philanthropy. While reading someone’s work or reading about someone can give you a sense of who they are, meeting them in person gives you a much deeper understanding of who they really are. So today I’m launching a […]