VPP Chairman Mario Morino's September column was featured on Social Velocity's "10 Great Social Innovation Reads."
Nell Edgington, on her blog Social Velocity, interviews VPP CEO Carol Thompson Cole on venture philanthropy's history and future, as well as the social innovation movement.
Rick Wartzman, Executive Director of the Drucker Institute, writes about VPP's recent publication, Leap of Reason, for Bloomberg Businessweek, calling it "the best thing on management" he's read all summer.
RE: Philanthropy features a blog post from VPP President and CEO Carol Thompson Cole on what board members can do to help nonprofits scale, and what nonprofits who are scaling need in a board member.
VPP was awarded a third year of funding from the Social Innovation Fund for its youthCONNECT initiative, totaling an over $20M investment in the youth of the National Capital Region.
VPP President and CEO discusses her role as a leader and her career in government, business, and philanthropy on the weekly Altruistic Leadership podcast.
Phil Buchanan of the Center of Effective Philanthropy speaks at the Hudson Institute on why morality and measurement are complimentary. He uses VPP's new publication, Leap of Reason, as an example of such work.
Nell Edgington of Social Velocity interviews VPP Chairman Mario Morino about VPP's new publication, Leap of Reason, the lack of criticism of the book's messages, and how small nonprofits can manage to outcomes.
The Tactical Philanthropy blog says that the core question of VPP's new publication, Leap of Reason, can reconcile "rigor and moral clarity in philanthropy."
Phil Buchanan of the Center for Effective Philanthropy uses VPP's recent publication, Leap of Reason, to make the case that funders need to support outcomes management for their grantees.
The Social Velocity blog reviews VPP's publication, Leap of Reason, and speaks to its call to action for nonprofits to focus on improving results.
Sean Stannard-Stockton reviews VPP's publication, Leap of Reason, for his monthly Chronicle of Philanthropy column and discusses the failings of the sector and the potential for reform.
The Washington Post's "Federal Coach" blog includes VPP's recent publication, Leap of Reason, on its list of recommended reading for federal leaders.
The Stanford Social Innovation Review Blog publishes a post by VPP Chairman Mario Morino, adapted from his new book Leap of Reason.
Bridgestar's monthly newsletter features Leap of Reason, VPP's new publication.