Only a few spots remain for the 4th annual Yale School of Management Philanthropy Conference on December 5 at the New Haven Museum and Historical Society. I’m proud to be co-chairing this conference with my colleague Kim Su ’09 and to have designed the bulk of the panel structure this past summer. As part of the event, we’ll be welcoming both Sean Stannard-Stockton of Tactical Philanthropy and Paul Brest of the Hewlett Foundation to the East Coast, just a couple of weeks after they appear together tonight at the first-ever Tactical Philanthropy Forum in San Francisco. The theme is “Collaboration and Leadership in Philanthropy” and there’s a great roster of speakers lined up. We’ll even have some arts representation in the form of Kate D. Levin, the Commissioner of the New York City Department of Cultural Affairs (currently enjoying the distinction of being the largest public arts funder in the country, though perhaps not for much longer given NYC’s myriad budget difficulties).

You can expect a conference wrap-up appearing on these pixels shortly after the conclusion of the event.