Interview with Gerry Lenfest
Gerry Lenfest reflects on $1.2 billion of personal giving.
Interview with Howard Buffett
In a Q&A, Howard Graham Buffett shows his many hats and his effort to take on hunger.
Interview with Charles Bronfman
Handing down heritage in Canada and Israel, spending down by 2016.
Interview with Betsy DeVos, the Reformer
For years, Betsy DeVos has been at the forefront of the educational-reform movement. Today, as chairman of the American Federation for Children, she is pushing to promote parental choice in American public education. In this feature interview, DeVos explains how she is working to make it possible for all of the nation's parents—regardless of their zip code—to find the right school for their children.
Interview with Eli Broad, the Investor
When it comes to re-imagining how America's children can learn, Eli and Edythe Broad are among the nation's most visionary philanthropists. Their investments range across the full spectrum of educational reform, from advocacy to personnel to technology. Take a look at our interview with Broad, in which he details progress on his efforts to dramatically improve American K–12 education.
Eli Broad on medical research; modern art; K–12 education; and his new book, The Art of Being Unreasonable
Examining the Role of Foundations in a Free Society
Can Harvard solve the problem of donor intent?