Katherina Rosqueta

Katherina M. Rosqueta is the founding Executive Director of The Center for High Impact Philanthropy and Adjunct Faculty of the School of Social Policy & Practice (SP2) at the University of Pennsylvania. Before accepting her appointment at the Center in the Spring of 2006, Kat was a consultant with McKinsey & Company, where she served clients in the areas of strategy development, capability-building, and post-merger management. While at McKinsey, she led several employee volunteer initiatives to support consultant involvement on nonprofit boards.

Posts by Katherina Rosqueta

  • Seeking Confidence in Your Impact? Broaden Your Definition of Impact (02.25.14 )

    By Katherina Rosqueta, Founding Executive Director, Center for High Impact Philanthropy How can funders better inform their own assessment of progress and earn their—and others’—confidence in any impact achieved? That’s the question that jumped out at us here at the Center for High Impact Philanthropy after reviewing the Center for Effective Philanthropy’s (CEP) recent report, […]

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