Philanthropy Roundtable’s interview series, “Doers to Donors,” highlights how innovators and self-made entrepreneurs are improving lives through charitable giving. In each episode, the Roundtable sits down with a philanthropist to learn about their personal journey, passion for charitable giving and advice for those wanting to make a difference.
Philanthropy Roundtable President and CEO Christie Herrera sat down with Hilda Ochoa-Brillembourg, founder and chairman of The Orchestra of the Americas Group, for a discussion about her journey as a Venezuelan immigrant to the United States, her work managing an international portfolio of global financial assets and her passion for philanthropy, particularly for the arts. Watch this episode to learn more about how The Orchestra of the Americas Group is changing thousands of lives.
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