USC Price School of Public Policy

Nonprofits & Philanthropy

Highlights from Charisma Acey's presentation at the USC Sol Price Center for Social Innovation.  Watch the full version here:
Will Social Impact Bonds (Pay for Success) Transform the Way We Do the Business of Social Welfare?

The nonprofit sector is where change becomes a reality, dealing with some of society’s most daunting public problems and working to develop innovative solutions. The issues span from school reform to health care access, economic development to cleaner environments, affordable housing to greater mobility, civic engagement to effective governance. For more than 30 years, the USC Price School of Public Policy has been a leader in research and education in the nonprofit and philanthropic sectors. Explore how USC Price faculty, students, and alumni are shaping the future of Nonprofits and Philanthropy.

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  • Janet Denhardt

    Janet Denhardt

    Chester A. Newland Professor of Public Administration
    Director, USC Price School in Sacramento

  • Nicolas Duquette

    Assistant Professor

  • Nicole E. Esparza

    Associate Professor
    Field Coordinator, Nonprofits and Philanthropy Programs

  • James M. Ferris

    Emery Evans Olson Chair in Non-Profit Entrepreneurship and Public Policy
    Director, Center on Philanthropy and Public Policy

  • Elizabeth Graddy

    Jeffrey J. Miller Chair in Government, Business, and the Economy
    USC Vice Provost for Academic and Faculty Affairs

  • Alexandra Graddy-Reed

    Assistant Professor of Public Policy

  • Jack H. Knott

    C. Erwin and Ione L. Piper Chair and Professor

  • Shui Yan Tang

    Shui Yan Tang

    Frances R. and John J. Duggan Professor in Public Administration

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