Ursula Stewart

Ursula Stewart

Grant Making Impact Advocate, Salesforce.org

Ursula joined the Salesforce.org team in January 2020 in the role of grant making impact advocate, through which she provides strategic analysis of grantmaking processes and systems data management and helps grantmakers align their grants management system to their organization’s strategic practices and policies. She has more than 30 years in the grantmaking community in the roles of grants management and system administrator. She has keynoted and presented at numerous philanthropic and technology conferences and events. During her ten-yeartenure at the New York State Health Foundation, Ursula was recognized for leading the innovative use of the foundation’s grants management system. Ursula is a co-author of “Best Practices in Grants Management,” a guide to administering a grantmaking program.

Sponsored Session | Staff Engagement: Developing an Internal Communications Network for Grantmakers

306 Duwamish

Sponsored by Salesforce.org. In this session, we’ll share how internal communication strategies can elevate organizations’ internal processes and decision-making practices.

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Thoughtful Approaches: Training New Staff and Return on Organizational Impact (ROI)

505 Queets

Building a career in philanthropy is a privilege. For someone new to philanthropy—entering the philanthropic sector with or without a preconceived notion of what that experience is supposed to look like—beginning a career in philanthropy can be a challenge. What are methods used to ease the learning curve of new hires? How do new hires […]

Tie Practices to Values