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Mount Holyoke College
Feature Film Producing
The American Film Institute
The Broad Foundation - News Release
Los Angeles, CA - Los Angeles civic leader and venture philanthropist Eli Broad announced today the appointment of Pia Saengswang as Associate Director for The Broad Foundation. Saengswang has a wide range of experience working with social entrepreneurs to launch non-profit organizations across the United States, Europe, Asia and South America.Prior to coming to The Broad Foundation, she worked at the Aspen Marketing Group, Inc., as a Corporate Development Analyst.Saengswang was also the Program Manager at The Getty Conservation Institute where she helped to plan and implement a campaign to raise public awareness about cultural heritage preservation.Before that, Saengswang implemented public education programs at the Museum of Contemporary Art.She was a founding member of the Echoing Green Foundation, a national foundation that has provided over $30 million in funding to build and maintain an international community of social entrepreneurs. Saengswang has a M.F.A. in Feature Film Producing from The American Film Institute in Los Angeles, and a B.A. from Mount Holyoke College.
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Pia Saengswang-AyliffePia Saengswang-Ayliffe has over 15 years of management experience in the non-profit, philanthropic, and corporate sectors.A former director for The Los Angeles-based Broad Education Foundation, Ms. Saengswang-Ayliffe has worked closely with many major national education not-for-profit organizations, the U.S. Department of Education, and large urban districts on public education reform.While at Broad, she managed a diverse $30 million+ national grant portfolio in K-12 public education including data/technology, charter schools, state and national policy, leadership development, and district reform.Prior to joining Broad, she helped to found and manage The Echoing Green Foundation in New York City, focused on seed funding and supporting social entrepreneurs world-wide in a variety of sectors such as public health, youth service, education, and the arts.Ms. Saengswang-Ayliffe also served previously as a corporate development analyst in Mergers & Acquisitions for Aspen Marketing Group, the nation's largest privately held marketing firm, and as a program manager for the Getty Conservation Institute.She holds a B.A. in Politics from Mount Holyoke College.
Pia Saengswang, a former program manager at the Getty Conservation Institute in Los Angeles, was named associate director of the 3-year-old Los Angeles-based Broad Foundation. Saengswang comes to the foundation on the heels of a $300 million commitment from founder and L.A. civic leader Eli Broad, who established his namesake foundation in 1999 with a $100 million contribution.
The Broad Foundation - Broad Team
Pia D. Saengswang Ayliffe, Director, has a wide range of experience working with social entrepreneurs to launch nonprofit organizations across the United States, Europe, Asia and South America.She formerly served as a Corporate Development Analyst for Aspen Marketing Group, Inc.Before that, Saengswang was a Program Manager at The Getty Conservation Institute.She also implemented public education programs at The Museum of Contemporary Art.She was a founding member of the Echoing Green Foundation, a national foundation that has provided over $30 million in funding to build and maintain an international community of social entrepreneurs.Saengswang received her B.A. from Mount Holyoke College and M.F.A. from The American Film Institute.
eSchool News online
"We've really tried to craft this with the knowledge that we don't want this to be another burden on states," said Pia Saengswang, associate director of the Broad Foundation, the major contributor to this program. The Broad Foundation's goal was to provide school administrators and policy makers with the tools necessary for making data-informed decisions during times of big budget deficits. "We wanted to lower the cost barrier to schools and districts having these kinds of sophisticated data analysis tools," Saengswang said.