Speaker - Katherine Fulton

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Katherine Fulton is president of the Monitor Institute and a partner of the Monitor Group. Her career path has been shaped by two passionate interests: the use of private resources for public purposes and the connection between leadership and learning. She has explored these themes through leadership positions in organizational consulting and journalism, and through teaching and volunteer service. Prior to moving to the Monitor Institute, Fulton was the co-head of the consulting practice at another Monitor Group company, Global Business Network. During much of the past decade at GBN, she helped organizations in more than 12 industries manage more skillfully in the face of increasing uncertainty. In recent years, her consulting practice has increasingly focused on the future of philanthropy and nonprofits, and she has given more than three dozen major speeches on the subject. She is the co-author of two publications, Looking Out for the Future: An Orientation for Twenty-First Century Philanthropists and What If? The Art of Scenario Thinking for Nonprofits. Her efforts have won her both a Nieman Fellowship at Harvard University and a Lyndhurst Foundation prize for community service, and her innovative course design at Duke University was featured in Time magazine.

3 Programs

Long Conversation with Stuart Candy and Katherine Fulton

10.16.10 | 00:19:40 min | 0 comments

Long Conversation with Katherine Fulton and Paul Hawken

10.16.10 | 00:19:20 min | 0 comments

Katherine Fulton

11.03.06 | 01:39:40 min | 0 comments