There’s a lot of wealth in Silicon Valley–and a lot of will to do good. Asian American philanthropic leaders in Silicon Valley will speak about community-based and globally-focused impact investing at the Committee of 100’s Speakers Forum. APF’s own Dien Yuen will moderate.
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The LIN Center for Community Development gathered 16 philanthropists in Ho Chi Minh City for a roundtable discussion on Emerging Trends in Philanthropy in Asia.