Lisa Ranghelli

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Lisa Ranghelli "joins the National Committee for Responsive Philanthropy as its Senior Research Associate. Lisa brings nearly twenty years of experience in the nonprofit and public sectors. Most recently, Lisa was a consultant to foundations and social justice organizations and a grant writer. She developed new programs to foster community organizing and documented and evaluated social and economic change strategies.

"Lisa’s recent work involved quantifying community organizing successes, evaluating a national community-based voter engagement initiative, and analyzing community-labor collaborations.

"Prior to becoming a consultant, Lisa was Deputy Director of Public Policy at the Center for Community Change. She helped grassroots organizations successfully mobilize to affect federal and state policy on issues ranging from public housing reform to transportation to workforce development.

"Lisa has a master’s degree in city and regional planning from Cornell University. Her thesis research explored casinos as an economic development strategy on Indian reservations." [1]

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  1. Lisa Ranghelli, National Committee for Responsive Philanthropy, accessed May 22, 2008.