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Richard Woo

Chief Executive Officer

The Russell Family Foundation

HQ Phone:  (253) 858-5050

Direct Phone: (206) ***-****direct phone

Email: r***@***.org

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The Russell Family Foundation

3025 Harborview Dr.

Gig Harbor, Washington,98335

United States

Company Description

The Russell Family Foundation recently made two investments in Craft3 to support regional lending activities; and capitalize Clean Water Loans in Pierce County and the Puyallup Watershed. "The Foundation is committed to clean water for Puget Sound and Craft3...more

Background Information

Employment History

Chairman

Canopy LLC


First Executive Director

City Club of Tacoma


Executive Director

Levi Strauss & Co.


Affiliations

Seattle University

Visiting Committee Member, Masters In Nonprofit Leadership


Exponent Philanthropy

Board Member


Philanthropy

Board Member


Confluence Philanthropy Inc

Board Member


Diversity

National Leadership Committees


Project Alchemy

Board Member


Award Committee

Selection Committee Members


Northern California Grantmakers

Board Member


Council on Foundations Inc

Board Member


Cultural Council of Greater Tacoma

Program Committee Member


Education

bachelor's degree

English

University of California at Davis


college degree

English-inspired


Web References(169 Total References)


In Case You Missed It: The Low-Pay, Part-Time Blues | Heron Foundation

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Over at Mission Investors' Exchange, the Russell Foundation's Richard Woo and Ecotrust's Bettina von Hagen discuss the divest/invest movement and how it is meshing with other responsible investing movements:


South Sound Business Report Archives

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Segment 3: "Lifetime Legacy Continues" featuring Richard Woo, The Russell Family Foundation (9 mb)


National Advisory Board | Insight

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Richard Woo
Richard Woo Richard Woo is the CEO of The Russell Family Foundation. He has experience in global philanthropy and corporate social responsibility. Before joining The Russell Family Foundation in 2000, he worked for nearly twelve years at Levi Strauss & Co. in San Francisco in community relations, corporate social responsibility and philanthropy.


Our Staff | The Russell Family Foundation

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Richard Woo
Richard Woo Richard Woo Chief Executive Officer 253-857-1655 richard@trff.org Richard joined the foundation in 2000. He collaborates with the Board of Directors to guide the foundation's strategic planning, programs and community affairs. Prior to arriving at the foundation, he spent many years working in nonprofit organizations and business in California. As the former executive director of the Levi Strauss Foundation, Richard has experience in global philanthropy and corporate social responsibility.


Major Endowments Divest from Fossil Fuels - Dallas Writer

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Richard Woo, CEO of the Russell Family Foundation, reports that their decision to divest from fossil fuels had as much to do with accelerating the growth in renewable energy as protecting the long-term value of their investments.


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