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Mario M. Morino

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Venture Philanthropy Partners Inc

HQ Phone:  (202) 955-8085

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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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The Peace X Peace Advisory Council | Peace X Peace

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Mario Morino
Mario is the founder of Venture Philanthropy Partners, a pioneer organization in the venture philanthropy field. The organization has made some of the best nonprofits in the Washington, DC, area stronger and is serving as a model for similar organizations nationwide. Mario also received a 2009 Women, Power and Peace Award.


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Mario Morino
Mario Morino is co-founder and chairman of Venture Philanthropy Partners and chairman of the Morino Institute. His career spans more than 45 years as entrepreneur, technologist, and civic and business leader. He also has a long history of civic engagement and philanthropy in the National Capital Region and Northeast Ohio. In the early 1970s, Mario co-founded and helped build the LEGENT Corporation, a software and services firm that became a market leader and one of the industry's 10 largest firms by the early 1990s. He retired from the private sector in 1992. Since then, he has sought to "level the playing field" for children of low-income families focusing almost exclusively on economic, social, and educational issues. Mario founded the Morino Institute in 1994 to stimulate innovation and entrepreneurship, advance a more effective philanthropy, close social divides, and understand the relationship and impact of the Internet on our society. In 2000, Mario co-founded Venture Philanthropy Partners as a philanthropic investment organization that concentrates investments of money, expertise, and contacts to improve the lives and boost the opportunities of children of low-income families in the National Capital Region. In addition to his roles with Venture Philanthropy Partners and the Morino Institute, Mario serves as an advisor to General Atlantic, LLC; a member of the board of directors of The Cleveland Clinic Foundation and the advisory board of the Harvard Business School Social Enterprise Institute; an honorary trustee of The Brookings Institution; an Emeritus Trustee of Case Western Reserve University; and on the boards of the Lawrence School and Saint Joseph Academy. He is an advisor to Echoing Green, Within3, PEACE X PEACE, The Fuqua School of Business Center for the Advancement of Social Entrepreneurship (CASE) at Duke University, and the Partnership for Public Service. Mario also informally advises scores of organizations and individuals across a range of areas. He lives in greater Cleveland with his wife and three children.


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Cheryl began working with Mario Morino in October 1992, during his "discovery/journey" phase, which led to the Morino Institute's formation in 1994.
Mario Morino Chairman, Morino Institute Mario is chairman of the Morino Institute and co-founder of Venture Philanthropy Partners. His career spans more than 50 years as entrepreneur, technologist, and civic and business leader. He also has a long history of civic engagement and philanthropy in the National Capital Region and Northeast Ohio. He is the primary author of the book Leap of Reason: Managing to Outcomes in an Era of Scarcity (2011), which is informing efforts in more than 60 countries to increase the impact of nonprofits, foundations, and public-sector entities, and is a member of the Leap of Reason Ambassadors Community that advances the theme that "performance matters." In the early 1970s, Mario co-founded and helped build the Legent Corporation, a software and services firm that became a market leader and one of the industry's 10 largest firms by the early 1990s. He retired from the private sector in 1992. Since then, he has sought to "level the playing field" for children of low-income families focusing almost exclusively on economic, social, and educational issues. Mario founded the Morino Institute in 1994 to stimulate innovation and entrepreneurship, advance a more effective philanthropy, close social divides, and understand the relationship and impact of the Internet on our society. In 2000, Mario co-founded Venture Philanthropy Partners as a philanthropic investment organization that concentrates investments of money, expertise, and contacts to improve the lives and boost the opportunities of children of low-income families in the National Capital Region. In 2013, he helped launch the Leap of Reason Ambassadors Community, which is a private community of nonprofit thought leaders, leader practitioners, progressive funders, policy makers and instigators aiming to trigger a mindshift within a vital core of the social sector to accept that mission and performance are inextricably linked. In addition to his role with the Morino Institute, he is co-founder and serves as a member of the board of directors of Venture Philanthropy Partners and the board of directors of The Cleveland Clinic Foundation; an honorary trustee of The Brookings Institution; an Emeritus Trustee of Case Western Reserve; and on the board of the Lawrence School. Mario has benefited from a 34-year affiliation with the global growth equity firm, General Atlantic LLC; and also informally advises scores of organizations and individuals across a range of areas. He lives in greater Cleveland with his wife, Dana.


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Mario Morino
Mario Morino Page - Mario Morino Leap Ambassador Profile Profile picture of Mario Morino Mario Morino Chairman, Morino Institute (Leap of Reason Team) Mario Morino Mario Morino is chairman of the Morino Institute and co-founder of Venture Philanthropy Partners. His career spans more than 50 years as entrepreneur, technologist, and civic and business leader. He also has a long history of civic engagement and philanthropy in the National Capital Region and Northeast Ohio. He is the primary author of the book Leap of Reason: Managing to Outcomes in an Era of Scarcity (2011), which is informing efforts in more than 60 countries to increase the impact of nonprofits, foundations, and public-sector entities, and is a member of the Leap of Reason Ambassadors Community that advances the theme that "performance matters." In the early 1970s, Mario co-founded and helped build the Legent Corporation, a software and services firm that became a market leader and one of the industry's 10 largest firms by the early 1990s. He retired from the private sector in 1992. Since then, he has sought to "level the playing field" for children of low-income families focusing almost exclusively on economic, social, and educational issues. Mario founded the Morino Institute in 1994 to stimulate innovation and entrepreneurship, advance a more effective philanthropy, close social divides, and understand the relationship and impact of the Internet on our society. In 2000, Mario co-founded Venture Philanthropy Partners as a philanthropic investment organization that concentrates investments of money, expertise, and contacts to improve the lives and boost the opportunities of children of low-income families in the National Capital Region. In 2013, he helped launch the Leap of Reason Ambassadors Community, which is a private community of nonprofit thought leaders, leader practitioners, progressive funders, policy makers and instigators aiming to trigger a mindshift within a vital core of the social sector to accept that mission and performance are inextricably linked. In addition to his role with the Morino Institute, he is co-founder and serves as a member of the board of directors of Venture Philanthropy Partners and the board of directors of The Cleveland Clinic Foundation; an honorary trustee of The Brookings Institution; an Emeritus Trustee of Case Western Reserve; and on the board of the Lawrence School. Mario has benefited from a 34-year affiliati


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Mario Morino, chairman of the Morino Institute, chairman of Venture Philanthropy Partners (VPP), and special partner with General Atlantic Partners, LLC


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