Philanthropic Group Asks Rich Women for Work as Well as Money
THE NEW YORK TIMES
Pam Scott, a marketing consultant, has worked with global brands like American Express, Nike and Levi’s to help them connect better with their customers.
She has also served on nonprofit boards and is co-manager of the Koogle Foundation with her husband, Timothy A. Koogle, the first executive of Yahoo.
But she recently got a request that would combine the two experiences: Commit three years of her time, give at least $1 million and do actual work to solve a social problem.