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Get to know SVP Partners in this weekly interview!
"The reality is that most innovations happen in startups, not big companies," says SVP Partner Dave Richards. Dave is currently focused on getting a new impact investing fund called Unitus Seed Fund off the ground. He hopes to help fill the funding gap for high potential social business startups in developing markets. Find out more in this week's Q&A!
In this week's SVP Partner Q & A, Laura Lundahl shares an inspiring article, a current obstacle in today's technology-ridden world, and her favorite place for pastries in Seattle.
Arlene Levy, the current Lead Partner for Mountains to Sound Greenway Trust, talks about the surprise she felt when she realized that Lead Partners can actually make an enormous difference.
Janet Levinger currently serves on eight nonprofit boards in Seattle. Learn more about her in this installment of our weekly Partner Q&A!
What's your favorite hangout in Seattle? Partner Mike Hanlon gives us a peek into his in this week's Partner Q&A!
What has your most inspiring moment been here at SVP? Partner Austin McNamee shares his thoughts on SVP's Collective Action Teams in this week's Q&A.
If SVP could solve one problem in King Country, what should it be? SVP Partner and Year Up Executive Director, Lisa Chin shares her ideas in this this week's Q&A.
In this week's Q&A, SVP board member, Lisa Merrill shares her passion for photography and family volunteerism.
SVP Partner Dawn Trudeau talks about her commitment to social and economic justice in this week's Q&A.
Through SVP's board matching program, Mike Cadigan was connected to Boyer Children's Clinic. He now sits on their Board Finance Committee, and in this week's Q&A he shares his newly discovered passion for nonprofit financial managment.