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    Christine Sherry teaches two courses on strategic philanthropy as part of Stanford University's Continuing Studies Program
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    Christine Sherry moderated a panel entitled “How Philanthropy Can Change our World” as part of a Stanford Endowment Conference
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    Christine Sherry is on the Board of Trustees for the San Francisco Ballet. Pictured: The SF Ballet in Liang's Symphonic Dances. © Erik Tomasson
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    Sherry Consulting has recently produced an analysis of the current state of international human rights funding
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    Sherry Consulting has worked with clients to identify environmental funding opportunities
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    Sherry Consulting prepared a field scan of funding needs and opportunities in the Democratic Republic of the Congo

Christine Sherry founded and leads Sherry Consulting, a philanthropic advisory practice. Her select clients include established and new foundations, nonprofit organizations, and private donors who are deeply committed to developing powerful philanthropic strategies as they tackle some of the most pressing global and domestic problems of our time. Christine advises on strategy, due diligence, partnership opportunities and best practices in philanthropy.

This fall, Christine will return to Stanford Continuing Studies with “Philanthropy in the Age of Innovation,” a day-long workshop focused on new approaches to strategic giving.  Incorporating concrete tools and resources, a variety of case studies, and a panel of guest speakers, the seminar will explore smart ways to track impact, grantee-centric practices, the latest thinking on spend-out foundations, techniques for leveraging due diligence, emerging issues attracting new philanthropic attention, and high-impact nonprofit models.  The class is aimed at foundation trustees and staff, advisors, and nonprofit teams of all experience levels and will take place on Saturday, November 12, from 10:00 AM to 4:00 PM. 

Registration for the “Philanthropy in the Age of Innovation” workshop is now open via the Continuing Studies website.