Read about how Panorama was uniquely positioned to quickly stand up this new collaborative fund and how we plan to help address the gun violence crisis.
The three days I spent interacting with colleagues, new and old, brought home how much we have collectively missed out on over the past two years of COVID – the value of face-to-face human connection is not something that can be replaced with video meetings.
At Panorama’s five-year mark, we’re continuing to dedicate our energy and resources to filling gaps in the social change ecosystem to accelerate the pace of progress. To that end, we’re excited to share that we have expanded the tools in our toolkit.
We are thrilled to announce that three new Vice Presidents, each of whom bring unique skillsets, invaluable expertise, and a collective track record of successful leadership that will help accelerate Panorama’s growth and progress towards solving pressing global challenges.
For International Women’s Day we're highlighting excerpts of a roundtable discussion we had with our new Vice Presidents to hear what women's leadership means to them, how they approach social impact work intersectionally, and how the future of work can be more inclusive and accepting.
Since our start in a small Seattle sublet five years ago, Panorama has grown to a nationwide team of problem solvers working with hundreds of partners around the world to address seemingly intractable problems.
This week marks the end of the UN's 16 Days of Activism Against Gender-based Violence, which is pervasive in our society and cuts across work, social, educational, and familial lives. This year, we’d like to highlight two incredible pieces of work from our ambitious partners.