Webinar: Direct Transfers for Direct Impact

Webinar: Direct Transfers for Direct Impact

These funders are using direct cash transfers to help people improve their own lives by determining how to meet own most urgent needs.

Join us for a free webinar as a panel of funders discuss how to create social impact through the flexible tool of direct cash transfers.

When & where:
Tuesday, November 14, 12 noon to 1 PM ET
Zoom Webinar

Anneliese Barron, Amy Castro, Holly Fogle, Aldustus (AJ) Jordan

Moderated by CHIP founding executive director Katherina Rosqueta, the conversation includes perspectives from funders who have used the tool of direct cash transfers to create social impacts in maternal health, educational outcomes, and child welfare, in addition to experts from academics and practice. Panelists include Anneliese Barron of One Family Foundation; Professor Amy Castro of Penn’s Center for Guaranteed Income Research; Holly Fogle of The Bridge Project; and AJ Jordan of the Vanguard Group Foundation.

Join us for a candid discussion and Q&A.

About the moderator

Katherina Rosqueta

Katherina ‘Kat’ M. Rosqueta is the founding executive director of the Center for High Impact Philanthropy and faculty co-director of High Impact Philanthropy Academy at the University of Pennsylvania’s School of Social Policy & Practice (SP2). Founded as a collaboration between SP2 and alumni of the Wharton School, the Center for High Impact Philanthropy is the premier source of knowledge and education on how philanthropy can do more good. She is a frequent writer and speaker on philanthropy for social impact and was the recipient of the 2012 Wharton Women in Business Distinguished Alumna Award.