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Friday, October 19 • 10:06am - 10:30am
Unleashing the Power of Love in Philanthropy
Introduction by Dan Skaff, co-founder and Managing Partner of Radicle Impact Partners

Social Justice warrior Jacqueline Martinez Garcel leads a foundation with the largest network of civically engaged Latino philanthropists. On a mission to unleash the power of Latinos, the Latino Community Foundation (LCF) seeks to radically change the concept, purpose, and pathway to philanthropy by returning it to its core roots: love. At a critical moment in our nation’s history, the rising groups of Latino leaders are fighting the battles of racism and classism that are raging in our country by honing in the healing and redemptive power of love. Driven by change and impact, not charity—Jacqueline will share how the work of LCF is radicalizing the power dynamics that have crept into the field of philanthropy and have held the sector captive in an oppressive and counterintuitive cycle. The ultimate objective for Jacqueline is to liberate capital and invest in grassroot movements and leaders that will drive us closer to a more just and representative democracy.

Introduced By
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Daniel L. Skaff

Daniel L. Skaff, MBA, co-founder and Managing Partner of Radicle Impact Partners, a socially responsible venture fund, also serves as Vice Chairman of Beneficial State Bancorp, a triple-bottom-line enterprise dedicated to building prosperity while enhancing social justice, environmental... Read More →

Keynote Speakers
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Jacqueline Martinez Garcel

CEO, Latino Community Foundation
Jacqueline Martinez Garcel, CEO of the Latino Community Foundation (LCF), has, at LCF, helped create one of the largest networks of civically engaged Latino philanthropists in the country, led highly effective Latino voter engagement campaigns and collaborated with Google to launch... Read More →

Friday October 19, 2018 10:06am - 10:30am PDT
Veterans Memorial Auditorium (VMA)