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Jonathan Greenblatt serves as the Special Assistant to the President and Director of the Office of Social Innovation and Civic Participation (OSICP). He is an accomplished social entrepreneur and corporate executive with a track record of creating real jobs and building successful businesses. He is the co-founder of Ethos Water, the bottled water that helps children around the world get clean water. Ethos was sold to Starbucks Coffee Company in 2005. As a senior executive at Starbucks, Greenblatt expanded the business significantly while also serving on the board of the Starbucks Foundation. He also has served as CEO of GOOD Worldwide, whose products include GOOD Magazine. Jonathan has been an operating partner with Satori Capital, a private equity firm focused on conscious capitalism and impact investing. He is the founding president of a breakthrough open source platform for service and volunteering used on many websites, including serve.gov. He was appointed to the faculty of the Anderson School of Management at UCLA in 2007 where he developed and taught its MBA-level coursework on social entrepreneurship. Most recently, he founded the Impact Economy Initiative of the Aspen Institute. Jonathan worked at NEC in the Clinton White House, focusing on issues of trade and technology. He also developed international economic policy in the Commerce Department.
The Social Innovation Fund announces its fourth open competition, making available $65.8 million in grant funding for intermediary organizations that want to accelerate the growth of effective, evidence-based community solutions.
The Administration is undertaking a targeted effort to support the needs of Holocaust survivors living in the United States.
#GivingTuesday is a worldwide effort to raise awareness and motivate action for the common good.
Pay for Success is an innovative approach for the government to partner with philanthropic and private investors to fund proven and promising practices, significantly enhancing the return on taxpayer investments.
Serving communities since 1994, AmeriCorps volunteers touch the lives of millions. We honor this tradition as we celebrate AmeriCorps Week.
The Presidential Inaugural Committee announces a National Day of Service on January 19, 2013
New research indicates that Americans' commitment to community service has reached a five-year high.
A new nationwide effort has been launched to motivate Americans to take action for the common good.
The SIF is elevating proven community solutions, helping build scale through philanthropic leverage and evaluation of results to fund programs that work.