My family and I have just moved across the country to Bellevue, Washington, so I can start my new position as president of Ballmer Group Philanthropy. After my first two weeks here, I’d like to share a few initial thoughts.
There is momentum building among influential commentators to call out the power of communities coming together to address complex social problems.
We aim to strengthen nonprofits in and near Detroit, our third regional area of focus, that are effectively building community partnerships to give families a fair shot at moving up.
Today, we are thrilled to announce that Terri Ludwig will join Ballmer Group as President of Philanthropy in our Seattle office, effective January 7, 2019.
David Brooks visits the Spartanburg Academic Movement to learn about StriveTogether’s model for community-based partnerships.
Connie and Steve Ballmer share their thoughts behind their investment in Social Solutions.
Connie and Steve share early life lessons in a conversation with Reuters.
Foundation leaders gathering in Spartanburg, South Carolina, heard Steve Ballmer share his passion for using data to help unlock new answers to age-old problems.
Ballmer Group’s recent grants to Achievement Network and College Advising Corps are cited by Inside Philanthropy as examples of our approach to helping kids and families achieve economic mobility.