Richard Feiner

Richard Feiner

Adjunct Instructor

Richard Feiner has more than 15 years of development/fundraising and social investing experience in a range of disciplines including medical research, environmental conservation and historic preservation. His teaching focus is social finance mechanisms to complement and expand grant-based philanthropic support for nonprofits and social ventures. He is a graduate of Princeton University and holds a Masters degree in nonprofit management from the City University of New York. He is an academic member of the G20 Health and Development Partnership and a council member of Besystemic, a multi-national financial advisory for ESG- and SDG-compliant social ventures.

Past Courses

Public-Private Partnerships: The Role of Philanthropy

No one organization or sector has the full suite of capabilities, relationships or assets to tackle persistent and escalating social problems...