Since 1952, the Robert Sterling Clark Foundation has been committed to helping create a vibrant New York City — one that is strong, healthy, livable, and just. It is also one of the leading adherents of a concept called trust-based philanthropy. And here to discuss that with us, as well as how it is responding to this period of unparalleled disruption, is Philip Li, the president and CEO of the Robert Sterling Clark Foundation.
In New York City, the voice of the human service community is quite simply the Human Services Council. They help lead the sector on issues of the greatest importance. And no matter what the economic climate or who is in office, this is challenging work. And here to discuss it with us is Allison Sesso, the Executive Director of the Human Services Council.
There are few institutions that generate such universal love and respect as does the American Museum of Natural History. And we can add appreciation to that as well, as this year, they are celebrating their 150th anniversary. Here to share with us their story and what they have planned for their sesquicentennial anniversary is Ellen Futter, the president of the American Museum of Natural History.