Author: Victor Kuo

Victor Kuo, Ph.D., is a researcher, evaluator, and educator who has spent a decade helping philanthropic foundations measure their social impact. He has managed and advised on evaluation projects addressing school reform in the US and energy policy change in China and India. Previously, he served as an Evaluation Officer at the Bill & Melinda Gates Foundation and held a similar role helping to design and implement the evaluation function at the David & Lucile Packard Foundation. Currently, he is a Senior Consultant at FSG Social Impact Advisors, an international nonprofit consulting firm.

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AVPN 2014: Forging Ahead To 2015

The end of the 2014 AVPN conference brought with it the announcement of a new Knowledge Center, which has the potential to spread practical tips in the growing Asian philanthropic space.

APF at Asian Venture Philanthropy Network Conference: Looking Ahead

Asian Philanthropy Forum is pleased to provide coverage of the Asian Venture Philanthropy Network Conference in Singapore from May 9-10. In this post, we look (and dream) ahead to the exciting possibilities over the horizon!

APF at Asian Venture Philanthropy Network Conference: Highlights & Takeaways

Asian Philanthropy Forum is pleased to provide coverage of the Asian Venture Philanthropy Network Conference in Singapore from May 9-10. Here, Victor Kuo shares some of his highlights from the conference.