The Ford Foundation: Reimagining Philanthropy to Build a More Just and Fair World

By Laura Arrillaga-Andreessen, Sheila Melvin
2021 | Case No. SI154 | Length 22 pgs.
This case profiles Ford Foundation president Darren Walker and his goal of reimagining philanthropy in order to build a more just and fair world. Specifically, it looks at how the Ford Foundation has reorganized so as to catalyze leaders and organizations who are driving social justice and building movements across the globe.

Learning Objective

To understand how a major philanthropic foundation undertakes a strategic realignment in order to better fulfill its mission and promote social justice across the globe.
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