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The Founders Pledge: a new norm of giving?

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David Goldberg is the pioneer who created the Founders Pledge. Set up only 8 months ago, it has already raised $64 million in legally binding pledges of equity and is growing fast. Goldberg firmly believes in business as a force for good and will be speaking about the role the Founders Pledge has to play in this.

David is the Chief Executive of Founders Forum For Good and the founder of the Founders Pledge. He moved into the non-profit sector from an eclectic commercial background that spans finance, real estate, entertainment, and tech. Immediately following high school, David joined Mortgage Capital Associates, one of the largest privately held mortgage banks in the U.S., where he launched the secondary marketing department, after which he worked as a mortgage and investment banker at CS Financial in Beverly Hills. David also founded and ran a boutique real estate and relocation firm in Germany and was the general manager of Urban Motion Inc., the highest volume Segway dealer network in the world.

David is a graduate of UCLA and Queens College, Cambridge.

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