Career Curves

Connecting for Good with Daniel Lurie

December 19, 2019 Host, Beth Davies Season 1 Episode 11
Career Curves
Connecting for Good with Daniel Lurie
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Career Curves
Connecting for Good with Daniel Lurie
Dec 19, 2019 Season 1 Episode 11
Host, Beth Davies

It’s the holidays, a time when many of us think of giving, both to our loved ones and to those in need, making this the perfect time to share our interview with Daniel Lurie, who has spent his career in philanthropy and the nonprofit sector focused specifically on supporting low-income individuals and breaking the cycle of poverty. 

In 2005, Daniel along with three other co-founders created Tipping Point, the San Francisco Bay Area’s leading poverty-fighting organization. Since its inception, Tipping Point has invested almost a quarter of a billion dollars in early childhood, education, employment, and housing programs, reaching over 600,000 people in need. 

In our conversation, Daniel shares the story of his career and offers advice for anyone interested in working in nonprofits.

Show Notes

It’s the holidays, a time when many of us think of giving, both to our loved ones and to those in need, making this the perfect time to share our interview with Daniel Lurie, who has spent his career in philanthropy and the nonprofit sector focused specifically on supporting low-income individuals and breaking the cycle of poverty. 

In 2005, Daniel along with three other co-founders created Tipping Point, the San Francisco Bay Area’s leading poverty-fighting organization. Since its inception, Tipping Point has invested almost a quarter of a billion dollars in early childhood, education, employment, and housing programs, reaching over 600,000 people in need. 

In our conversation, Daniel shares the story of his career and offers advice for anyone interested in working in nonprofits.