ACCP is excited to welcome Joan Steinberg, Global Head of Philanthropy, President, Morgan Stanley Foundation and CEO of Morgan Stanley Alliance for Children’s Mental Health Advisory Board for an educational webcast. COVID-19, and its repercussions, have taken a toll on children’s mental health and emotional well-being, particularly in vulnerable and marginalized communities. We need to foster innovation in this space and fund it to make sure organizations can scale their solutions to reach the children that need it most. But for organizations with innovative solutions, getting off the ground can be difficult. Funding and counsel can be hard to come by. This session will cover:
- How COVID-19 and social inequity impact children’s mental health and their access to care
- Trends and innovations in the children’s mental health space as well as funding landscape, needs, and strategy
- Approaches to mental health funding that are collaborative, strategic, and functional
- Lessons learned from an innovative grantmaking program
Joan Steinberg is the Global Head of Philanthropy and President of the Morgan Stanley Foundation. After nine years in the nonprofit sector, Ms. Steinberg joined Morgan Stanley in 1997. She currently oversees Morgan Stanley’s global philanthropic programs, including strategic planning and execution, employee engagement, and corporate and Foundation grantmaking totaling more than $100 million annually. More than 90% of the Firm’s 60,000+ employees are active in these programs. Ms. Steinberg currently serves as member of the board of the Hispanic Federation.
This webcast is free and open to members and nonmembers. It will have closed captioning and available with transcription.