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Venture Philanthropy Partners Inc

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Venture Philanthropy Partners Inc

1201 15Th Street, NW Suite 420

Washington, D.C., District of Columbia,20005

United States

Company Description

Venture Philanthropy Partners makes the future brighter for youth living in the National Capital Region by tackling the largest barriers to their success and forging partnerships that bring the expertise, passion and reach necessary to achieve life-changing re... more

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Angels & Revolutionaries: Speaker Profiles

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Mario Morino
Chairman, Morino Institute Mario Morino's career spans some 30 years as a business leader, social entrepreneur, and leading advisor on information technology. Mr. Morino co-founded Morino Associates in 1973, which after many years of expansion, mergers, a host of acquisitions and one name change became Legent Corporation. Legent was acquired in 1995 in one of the larger transactions in the computer software and services industry. Today, Mr. Morino divides his time among his commercial interests in the information technology sector as an investor and advisor, and as chairman of the Morino Institute, a nonprofit organization he founded to help people and communities use information and electronic communications to work for positive social change. He is also the founder and chairman of the Potomac KnowledgeWay Project, an initiative to advance the Greater Washington region as the global center of the knowledge industries in the 21 st century. He serves as a Special Advisor to General Atlantic Partners, one of the premier private investment firms in information technology and is a Trustee at Case Western Reserve University. He serves on the Boards of Directors for Mid-Atlantic Venture Association, National Commission on Entrepreneurism, Potomac KnowledgeWay, Proxicom and Who Cares. He sits on Advisory Councils for Pew Partnership for Civic Change, Academy of Leadership, Dingman Center for Entrepreneurship Inner Circle, Smithsonian Washington Council, Northern Virginia Tech Council, CTCNet, CompuMentor and the Network Solutions Technical Advisory Board.


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Mario Morino
Chairman, Morino Institute; Co-Founder, Venture Philanthropy Partners The inspiration for VPP came from years of private-sector experience and nonprofit work by Mario Morino, founder and chairman of the Morino Institute. Mario Morino is the chairman of the Morino Institute and co-founder of Venture Philanthropy Partners. His career spans more than 50 years as an entrepreneur, technologist and civic and business leader. Mario now focuses his time as a member of the Leap of Reason Ambassadors Community, which advances the theme that "performance matters." Mario Morino Chairman, Morino Institute; Co-Founder, Venture Philanthropy Partners Mario Morino is the chairman of the Morino Institute and co-founder of Venture Philanthropy Partners. His career spans more than 50 years as an entrepreneur, technologist and civic and business leader. Mario now focuses his time as a member of the Leap of Reason Ambassadors Community, which advances the theme that "performance matters." Les was an adviser to Mario Morino and VPP from its earliest days and is now a member of the board and Executive Committee.


Netpreneur Corner..Coffee & DoughNets Bios

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Mario Morino
Mario Morino Chairman Morino Institute Mario Morino , a former software entrepreneur, is chairman of the Morino In stitute, chairman of Venture Philanthropy Partners, and a special partner at the private equity investment firm General Atlantic Partners. Prior to establishing the Morino Institute, Mario enjoyed a 30-year career in the information technology industry during its developing years. In 1973, he co-founded Morino Associates, a software firm that merged with another firm in 1989 to become LEGENT Corporation. LEGENT was acquired in 1995 in what was then the largest transaction in the computer software and services industry. Mario serves as a trustee of Case Weste rn Reserve University, The Brookings Institution, and The Community Foundation for the National Capital Region; and as a commissioner of the National Commission on Entrepreneurship. Mario's honors and awards include: induction into the Washington Business Hall of Fame (2001), National Ernst and Young Supporter of Entrepreneurship (2000), Washingtonian magazine's Washingtonian of the Year (1999), American Academy of Achievement's Golden Plate Award (1999), Greater Washington Area Ernst and Young Entrepreneur of the Year (1998), and KPMG High Tech Entrepreneur of the Year (1993). Mario is a graduate of Case Western Reserve University, a native of Cleveland, OH, and is married with three children.


Netpreneur Corner..Coffee & DoughNets Bios

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Mario Morino
Mario Morino Morino Institute Mario Morino , a former software entrepreneur, is chairman of the Morino In stitute, chairman of Venture Philanthropy Partners, and a special partner at the private equity investment firm General Atlantic Partners. Prior to establishing the Morino Institute, Mario enjoyed a 30-year career in the information technology industry during its developing years. In 1973, he co-founded Morino Associates, a software firm that merged with another firm in 1989 to become LEGENT Corporation. LEGENT was acquired in 1995 in what was then the largest transaction in the computer software and services industry. Mario serves as a trustee of Case Weste rn Reserve University, The Brookings Institution, and The Community Foundation for the National Capital Region; and as a commissioner of the National Commission on Entrepreneurship. Mario's honors and awards include: induction into the Washington Business Hall of Fame (2001), National Ernst and Young Supporter of Entrepreneurship (2000), Washingtonian magazine's Washingtonian of the Year (1999), American Academy of Achievement's Golden Plate Award (1999), Greater Washington Area Ernst and Young Entrepreneur of the Year (1998), and KPMG High Tech Entrepreneur of the Year (1993). Mario is a graduate of Case Western Reserve University, a native of Cleveland, OH, and is married with three children.


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Mario Morino
Chairman at Venture Philanthropy Partners


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