Strategic Philanthropy to achieve Social Change with David Hunter
PLENARY SESSION 10.00 – 12.30
Strategic Philanthropy to achieve Social Change
LUNCH & NETWORKING 13.00 – 14.00
BREAKOUT SESSIONS 14.00 – 16.00
- Family Philanthropy: How to achieve lasting Social Impact
- Corporate Philanthropy: Leaders for Social Innovation
- THEORY of CHANGE: Workshop with David Hunter
Born in 1961 in Turin, he graduates in Economics. He builds his career in Michelin Italia with several roles, including Purchases Direction and the Directions of Energy Corporate Purchases. Since 2009 he is the Director of Fondazione Michelin Sviluppo, and in 2010 he founded the Associazione Réseau Entreprendre Piedmont, that he leads as President until 2013.
Dominique Corti was born in 1962 at St. Mary’s Hospital Lacor in Gulu Uganda, where she grew up with her parents - missionary doctors Piero Corti and Lucille Teasdale. In 1988 she graduates summa cum laude in Medicine and Surgery at Milan University. During the years in Italy, she continues to manage the logistical support to the Lacor Hospital and the Fondazione Piero e Lucille Corti, created in 1995 by her parents to fundraise and provide technical assistance to the Hospital. In 2003, at the death of her father, she becomes president of the Foundation and Board Member of the Lacor Hospital. In 2005, she becomes Honorary President of the Fondazione Teasdale Corti in Montréal, Canada - created still by her parents with the same goal of supporting the Lacor Hospital.
Author of several papers and publications, esteemed speaker, David Hunter has been Director of Evaluation and Learning at the Edna McConnell Clark Foundation, setting the basis for program selection and impact assessment. Previously, he was CEO at the Southwest Connecticut Mental Health System, focusing on the optimization of treatment timing and quality of treatments through the evaluation of sanitary outcomes. He is Managing Partner of Hunter Consulting LLC., Ambassador of the Leap of Reason Community, and for 30 years he has helped non profit organization develop their value proposition through Theory of Change workshops and to create and implement performance management systems.
Claude Frosio studies law at Zurich University. After graduating, he works as Financial Planner for international clients for a bank in Zurich before passing to a consulting firm in 2004 in the field of Corporate Tax. In 2009 he joins Bank Vontobel as as Executive Director of the Wealth Planning Department, where he leads a team of experts in financial planning, successions, legacy advisory, Trusts and Foundations constitution. He also directs the team of Bank Vontobel Charitable Foundation.
Secretary General of Fondazione Lang Italia since 2013, she manages the strategy and development of philanthropy advisory activities for grant-makers and philanthropists and the annual Lang Philanthropy Day. She began her career as and advisor on corporate social responsibility in 1997 at Gruppo Vita. She contributed to the creation of the first donor advised fund in Italy. For twenty years she has been a lecturer on corporate philanthropy and giving strategies for the community. She is member of the Advisory Board of Ashoka Italy and national councillor of Assifero. Graduated at Bocconi University, she was born in Milan in 1971.
Federico Moro is the Executive Director in Europe of the Robert F. Kennedy Center for Justice and Human Rights. Lawyer since 2004, he specializes in law in US at San Diego, at the European Parliament in Bruxelles, and at the Boston University School of Law - Legal Institute. He has been an advisor for Fondazione Telethon and in 2004 started working for "Speak Truth To Power" (STTP), educational project of the Robert F. Kennedy Center. He was among the founders of the Tra Robert F. Kennedy Foundation of Europe Onlus, that he leaded as Secretary General until 2011. He is a member of Aspen Institute Italia as Former Aspen Junior Fellow.
Christoph Schmocker has over twenty years of professional experience in managing foundations, non profit organizations, and fundraising. Before joining the Julius Baer Foundation in 2016, he has been Director of Fundraising & Strategic Projects at Cape Town University for six years. In Switzerland he worked as Director of Marketing and Communication for Terre des Hommes Foundation from 1997 to 2001 before taking the role of CEO at UBS Optimus Foundation from 2001 to 2010. From 2000 he has assumed several mandates, as those at Roger Federer Foundation, Giorgio Armani Perfume & Beauty and Fondation Chirac.
Founder and President of AMI Trustee, Tiziano Tazzi has worked for thirty years as a manager in the financial and banking sector. He graduates in 1977 at Bocconi University and subsequently achieves an MBA at SDA bocconi. In 1982 he joind Citibank, then enters Eptaconsors as M&A Director in 1985. In 1987 he joins the BNL Group as Director of the Participatory Service. From 1995 to 1999 he is Director of Planning and Organizational Development in BNL Investments SIM, leaving it to found Natam SpA, an Internet start-up specialized in systems of data analysis and comparison. In 2010 he creates AMI Trustee, specialized in the management of internal trusts, and becomes trustee of the Lang Trust (internal non profit trust) that in 2011 gave birth to Fondazione Lang Italia.
Massimo Zamboni is specialized in advisory to private clients and to companies on the themes of international tax law, with a particular focus in Italy. He has a vast experience in international tributes, societal operations and provides advisory on M&A, foundations, trusts, estate planning. He has a Master in Economics from the Università Cattolica di Milano. He is a member of the Ordine dei Dottori Commercialisti, Registro dei Revisori Contabili, and STEP (Society of Trust and Estate Practitioners).
Italian and Swiss nationalities, graduated in Political Sciences at Università degli Studi di Teramo and then in Economics at Ginevra University. He speaks fluently English, German, French, and Spanish and has developed relevant experience in Human Resources at different multinational countries as Autodesk in Italy and Switzerland. From 2003 he is Director of Human Resources and Organization at Robert Bosch Italia.
Lang Philanthropy Day
October 21st 2014Programma (pdf)
Palazzo Clerici, via Clerici 5 Milan
The location can be reached with public transportation
- TRAM 1, 2, 3, 12, 14, 16, 19, 20, 24, 27
- UNDERGROUND LINE 1 (red): Cordusio stop
- UNDERGROUND LINE 3 (Yellow): Duomo stop