Managing Director, The Smidt Foundation; Chief of Staff, Mayor Antonio Villaraigosa, City of Los Angeles; Executive Director, Harbor Freight Tools for Schools; Management / Organization Consultant, Self-employed; Senior Advisor, Annenberg Retreat at Sunnylands; Senior Director, Broad Foundation; Consultant, Robin Kramer & Associates; Senior Fellow, California Community Foundation; Interim President, LAAMP/LEARN Regional School Reform Alliance; Chief of Staff, Mayor Richard Riordan, City of Los Angeles; Depuy Mayor, Communications & Community, Mayor Richard Riordan, City of Los Angeles; Senior Vice President, Marathon Communications; Chief Deputy, Councilman Richard Alatorre, City of Los Angeles; Executive Director, Coro Foundation; Chief Deputy, Councilman Bob Ronka, City of Los Angeles; Executive Director, Southern CA Democratic Party; State Volunteer Director, Brown for Governor; Instructor in Government, Harvard School
Civil Rights and Liberties, Education, Government Operations/Innovation, Infrastructure, Nonprofit/Philanthropy, Poverty, Urban Affairs
Communications and Marketing, Organizational Structure/Design/Development, Strategic Planning
In this episode, we welcome Robin Kramer, Managing Director at the Smidt Foundation and Academy Fellow, to discuss her experiences as Chief of Staff to the Mayor of the City of Los Angeles, the role of philanthropy in making government work, and moving beyond connecting people to a job to connecting them with meaningful work.
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