Is U.S. Economic Growth in the Hands of Women? The Kauffman Foundation Thinks So – Inside Philanthropy: Fundraising Intelligence

Kauffman, like many foundations of the mid-20th century, was founded by a ROWG (in texting slang, that’s Rich Old White Guy). Ewing Marion Kauffman was a small pharmaceuticals manufacturer who hit the big time. He started developing his Marion Laboratories in his basement, and went on to grow his initial $5,000 investment into a merger with Merrell Dow Pharmaceuticals in 1989, with estimated revenues of $930 million.

via Is U.S. Economic Growth in the Hands of Women? The Kauffman Foundation Thinks So – Inside Philanthropy: Fundraising Intelligence – Inside Philanthropy.

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