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How to be a Courageous Philanthropist

Admittedly, I am not a philanthropist. But managing the money of philanthropists for progressive social change has given me a unique appreciation for the essential role of people and organizations that connect philanthropy and political strategy.

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Paula Hodges
So, what's the problem?

Most entrepreneurs would tell you they decided to go into business because they were experiencing a pain point or a problem and felt they were best positioned to address the problem. Anchor Strategies’ story doesn’t fall from any other new business’ genesis: social change requires investment. Social change requires patience and experience.

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Paula Hodges
Why Anchor, Why Now?

After years of working for single issue organizations, attempting to bridge gaps between disparate issue organizations to win progressive power in local, state and federal elections, I had a decision to make. Stay in progressive politics and take another electorally focused job or consider for profit positions? I wrapped my MBA and was hungry for a change of pace, to approach the work with the energy and catalysis of an entrepreneur and to break through bureaucracy.

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Robin Dionne