The Social Impact Exchange Blog

  • Marta Ceroni and Ruth Rominger
    Posted: June 8, 2018

    There are two exceptional systems frameworks that are profoundly helpful for designing change initiatives to address complex issues.

  • Amy Celep
    Posted: June 1, 2018

  • Tyler Norris, MDiv
    Posted: June 1, 2018

    The United States of America is nearing its 250th birthday. When you think about the rise and fall of the world’s great civilizations, most barely make it to 200. Some think America might be in decline—and, you don’t have to go far for some supporting facts.

  • Don Howard
    Posted: May 29, 2018

    We’ve all been at philanthropic conferences that speak about the need for more cross-sector collaboration. Unfortunately, too often we speak in generalities and platitudes when we know the reality of working with leaders in the private and public sectors can be exceptionally challenging.

  • Rebecca Regan
    Posted: May 24, 2018

    Collaboration is a buzz word that seems to be in the air in all fields –from business, to education to the arts – and the world of impact investing is no stranger to it. But what do we really mean when we start talking about collaboration in impact investing and what does it get us?  At Wednesday’s breakout session at The Exchange 2018, presented by The Social Impact Exchange and Morgan Stanley, we heard from four industry experts on their personal journeys to find the value of collaboration, and what they believe real collaboration means and how to get to it.

    WHY collaboration? Here’s what some experts say: