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Peggy Rockefeller DULANY

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Peggy Rockefeller DULANY

佩姬·杜拉尼是独立非营利性组织希奈戈研究所(Synergos Institute)主席,该组织致力于创造有效、可持续、基于当地实际情况的贫困解决方案。作为一名在里约热内卢生活和工作的年轻女性,杜拉尼通过自身经验认识到,生存条件最恶劣的人们往往最有能量和动力来解决自身面临的问题。他们缺乏的资源是与经济和政治领域的联系,政经领域必要的改变可能影响整个社区。为了增进草根领袖与政界或商界领导人的关系,杜拉尼博士于1986年创办了希奈戈研究所,以便他们建立长期关系,打造消除贫困的新路径。若非如此,草根领袖与政商界领导人就不会有相互沟通合作的途径。杜拉尼博士的职业生涯包括:领导波士顿地区公立高中一个针对辍学学生的项目达6年;就巴西、美国和葡萄牙的医疗保健和计划生育问题与联合国和福特基金会进行商议;就非营利性机构的管理和规划与美国国家艺术基金会进行商议。杜拉尼博士曾担任纽约市合作组织高级副总裁达5年,负责青年就业和教育项目。杜拉尼博士是拉德克利夫学院的荣誉毕业生,并拥有哈佛大学教育学博士学位。她已经担任30余家非营利组织和企业的董事,其中包括石谷仓美食与农业中心,洛克菲勒兄弟基金会以及非美协会等。她喜欢骑马、徒步旅行以及在落基山脉进行越野滑雪。

Peggy Dulany is Chair of The Synergos Institute; an independent nonprofit organization dedicated to creating effective, sustainable and locally based solutions to poverty. Drawing from her experience living and working in Rio de Janeiro as a young woman, she realized that the people most affected by adverse living conditions also have the greatest energy and motivation to solve their problems. The resources they lack are the connections to the economic and political realms where necessary changes can affect whole communities. Dr. Dulany founded Synergos in 1986 to facilitate relationships between grassroots leaders and political or business leaders, people who otherwise would not have access to each other, so that they can develop long-term relationships and forge new paths in overcoming poverty. Her career has included heading a Boston-area public high school program for drop-outs for six years and consulting with the United Nations and the Ford Foundation on health care and family planning in Brazil, the United States and Portugal, and with the National Endowment for the Arts on nonprofit management and planning. She was Senior Vice President of the New York City Partnership for five years, where she headed the Youth Employment and Education programs. Dr. Dulany is an honors graduate of Radcliffe College and holds a Doctorate in Education from Harvard University. She has sat on over thirty nonprofit and corporate boards including Stone Barns Center for Food and Agriculture, the Rockefeller Brothers Fund and the Africa-America Institute, among others. She loves to ride, hike and cross-country ski in the Rocky Mountains.