New Gospel of Wealth


“Philanthropy is commendable, but it must not cause the philanthropist to overlook the circumstances of economic injustice that make philanthropy necessary.”

Dr. Martin Luther King Jr.

Enjoy this collection of conversations with leaders, thinkers, and activists from philanthropy, business, the arts, tech, and beyond outlining bold visions for the future of philanthropy.

Robert Smith

Investing in the next generation

Robert F. Smith, Founder, Chairman & Chief Executive Officer of Vista Equity Partners, on giving and investing in the next generation.

Lin & Luis Miranda

A growing force: Artists as philanthropists

Lin-Manuel Miranda and Luis Miranda

Laurene Powell Jobs

Joyful justice

Laurene Powell Jobs

Deval Patrick, Wes Moore, & Jonathan Capehart

We the People: Good government needs philanthropy

Deval Patrick, Wes Moore, and Jonathan Capehart

Henry Ford III and, Valerie Rockefeller

Legacy and justice

Valerie Rockefeller and Henry Ford III

Gbenga Oyebode

Africa, your time is now

Gbenga Oyebode, Co-Founder and Chairman of the Nigerian law firm Aluko & Oyebode and Ford Foundation Trustee, on African Philanthropy and transforming the culture of giving on the African continent. Moderated by Ford Foundation Executive Vice President for program, Hilary Pennington.

Jennifer Loving & Chuck Robbins

Public-Private partnership: A new model for lasting impact

Chuck Robbins, Chairman and CEO of Cisco, and Jennifer Loving, CEO of Destination: Home, discuss how their public-private partnership model is fulfilling its mission to end homeless in Santa Clara County, California. Moderated by Rebecca Cokley of the Center for American Progress.

Lynn Forester de Rothschild

Can capitalism ever really be inclusive?

Lynn Forester de Rothschild, CEO of E.L. Rothschild, explains the challenges that will arise with increasing economic inequality and what we must do now to create a more inclusive and equitable future. Moderated by Stephanie Mehta of Fast Company.