Participants: Jenny Goldstock Wright, Loren Harris,Dr. Una OsiliPresented by Driving Force GroupIntroduce and collaborate with Dr.Una Osili Associate Dean for Research and International Programs; Professor of Economics and Philanthropic Studies at Indiana University Lilly Family School of Philanthropy for an uplifting conversation onbringing community awareness to black philanthropy. Touching on topics such as:Institutional PhilanthropyInternational PhilanthropyRacial EquityBlack Lives Matter movement and how philanthropy can help Involvement in the U.S. Senate See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.
Giving USA 2019 with Una Osili from the Lilly Family School of Philanthropy
The Generosity Freakshow
$427 billion was given in 2018 but was that good? Bad? Is giving growing? Overall or just some area? In current dollars or inflation adjusted? And what impact does the economy, stock market, and tax code changes have on giving? All things discussed with Dr. Una Osili, Associate Dean for Research and International Programs at the Lilly Family School of Philanthropy, as she chats about the Giving USA 2019 report — which she helps lead and produce — which is the annual report on philanthropy for over 40 years.Links & ResourcesGiving USA 2019:https://givingusa.org/Lilly Family School of Philanthropy: https://philanthropy.iupui.edu/Generosity for Life: http://generosityforlife.org/
Season 2 - Dr. Una Osili thinks about the next generation of nonprofit marketers
Dr. Una Osili is a part of the team at the Indiana University Lilly School of Philanthropy and an expert on the global nonprofit landscape. On this episode of Groupthinkers, Justin and Dr. Osili talk about the state of global philanthropy and what it looks like to train the next generation of nonprofit marketers.Follow Groupthinkers on Twitter @groupthinkers.For more information visit rkdgroup.com/podcast.
Una O. Osili, Ph.D., is an economist with significant experience in research and policy in the fields of household behavior and economic policy. She is also associate dean for research and international programs at the Indiana University Lilly Family School of Philanthropy. Dr. Osili was featured in a Time magazine article about trends for philanthropy in 2019, where she explained the idea of adding the idea of "testimony" to the traditional thinking of giving "time, treasure and talent" as ways to support nonprofit missions. Dr. Osili talks with host Steve Boland about listening and engaging to leverage social capital of supporters, transparency in nonprofit work and outcomes supporting a mission more than an organization, and much more.
“There were times when you were the only woman in the room, and you had to bring your self-confidence, your belief in yourself, and the desire for excellence in your pursuits,” says Una Osili, associate dean and professor at the Indiana University Lilly Family School of Philanthropy. She talks about the intersection of economics and philanthropy, the state of women in economics internationally and the need for more people of color in the field.
Ep. 23: Una Osili from the Lily Family School of Philanthropy on Giving in the USA
The Good Journey Pod
Dr. Una Osili from the Indiana University Lilly Family School of Philanthropy joins the pod. Una is prolific researching in the philanthropic world and helps with the Giving USA report produced each year which looks at charitable giving in the United States. On the show, Una unpacks some of the key findings in the most recent Giving USA report, provides some insights on the ‘why’ behind some of the numbers and findings from the report, and shares some wisdom on giving in 2017 and beyond.More on Lilly School of Philanthropy: https://philanthropy.iupui.edu/More on Giving USA: https://givingusa.org/