Are you interested in the Berkeley Lab Foundation? Are you interested in what has been funded by philanthropy at the Lab? Would you like to learn more about how the Berkeley Lab Foundation brings donors and projects together? If so, come hear a presentation by Ivy Clift, Berkeley Lab’s Chief Development Officer and President of the Berkeley Lab Foundation.
The Women Scientists and Engineers Council and the Diversity and Inclusion Office will be hosting a talk by Ivy Clift entitled “Building It Together: The Berkeley Lab Foundation”. This event will be held on Wednesday, October 14th from 12:00 – 1:00 p.m. in B50 Auditorium.
Talk Description: In a tight funding environment, scientists are increasingly looking to philanthropists to support their work. Come meet Ivy Clift, President of the new Berkeley Lab Foundation, to understand what philanthropy can – and can’t – do, and what you can do to help build the lab’s base of private donors.
Bio: Ivy Clift is Chief Development Officer, responsible for expanding the Lab’s philanthropic base of support. She also serves as the President of the Berkeley Lab Foundation, a separate 501(c)3 dedicated to raising funding for the Lab. Prior to her arrival at the Lab in 2015, Ivy was the assistant vice president of medical center development at Stanford for three years, where she helped lead the successful $1 billion campaign for Stanford Medicine. Prior to that, she was director of The Stanford Fund for four years, raising over $20 million annually for undergraduate students. Ivy has served the University of California in a number of roles, including as UC Berkeley’s assistant athletic director, and as UCSF’s development director for medical education. She holds a B.A. in Peace and Conflict Studies from University of California Berkeley.
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