We live in an age where the building blocks of a foundation’s legacy are spread across multiple, interconnected information systems. To learn how to navigate the inherent challenges, PEAK Northeast and PEAK Southwest in collaboration with Philanthropy New York invite members to a moderated conversation on information governance and managing grant records with a view to future learning. Participants will hear from thought leaders in foundation archiving on the value of foundation records for future internal and external research and the challenges and opportunities presented by the move to digital recordkeeping.
Regardless of where your organization is in its journey to transform information so that it can impart knowledge, you will learn what information should be preserved, how best to preserve it, and why foundations should care about its usability in one or 100 years. Breakout sessions will provide opportunities for peer conversations.
Andrew W. Mellon Foundation
Director of Archives
Rockefeller Archive Center
Senior Manager, Global Records and Archives
Archivist & Records Manager
Hogg Foundation for Mental Health
Grants Operations Manager
Russell Sage Foundation,
Steering Committee Cochair, PEAK Northeast
Open and complimentary to all
Not yet a part of the PEAK community? We invite all grantmaking professionals to sign up for a complimentary Individual Membership to participate in our CONNECT discussion forum, receive complimentary or discounted registration to our events, and to access select resources.
Learn more about PEAK’s regional chapters and find yours here!