This article examines the growing presence and influence of women in American contemporary philanthropy. Based in part upon structured interviews conducted with leaders in the women's funding movement, it identifies how the voices and visions of women — within older, more traditional foundations as well as newer "women's funds" — are having an impact on the way the needs of human community are met. It also sheds light on how these voices and visions serve to reconceive the connections among morality, money, and power, thereby contributing to an understanding of economic morality.
"Women and Philanthropy: New Voices, New Visions,"
New England Journal of Public Policy:
1, Article 27.
Available at: http://scholarworks.umb.edu/nejpp/vol6/iss1/27