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and a founding principal for Phoenix Social Venture Partners.
She currently serves on the board of the Seattle Foundation and is active in Social Venture Partners and Thrive by Five.
Some people get involved after achieving their own professional success, says Paul Shoemaker, founding president of Social Venture Partners International, and executive director of the original SVP in Seattle.
The Morino Institute and others--including the Philanthropic Initiative, Social Venture Partners, the Roberts Enterprise Development Fund, and New Profit Inc.
Kinsley often did the work of the audience, periodically asking probing questions of Patty Stonesifer of the Bill and Melinda Gates Foundation (and formerly of Microsoft), Paul Brainerd of Social Venture Partners, philanthropic consultant John Goodwin, and Project Look Director Roxanne Lyons.
Additionally, all social venture partners will now be offered the Groupon Payments tool, which launched in September 2012 to Groupon merchants, providing a better way to accept credit cards at the guaranteed lowest overall rates.
founding principal in Phoenix Social Venture Partners and a past director of the Lions Sight and Hearing Foundation.
org/conference 8-10 Social Venture Partners International will host its annum conference "Audacious Philanthropy," in Portland, Ore.