Why One Woman Has Made Impact Philanthropy A Career And Why It Matters


Adrienne Arsht is a business leader and impact philanthropist. Given the current climate of racial and social inequality, Ms. Arsht feels impact philanthropy is a way to make an immediate difference, especially if other institutions and companies follow her lead. In this article, she explains why. (Forbes Real Time) More More

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