Silicon Valley Community Foundation Hires 2nd Law Firm to Investigate Harassment Claims

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https://t.co/yB4CNc8Gcj — Emmett Carson (@emmettcarson) April 19, 2018The two third-party law firms hired to review the allegations will scrutinize Carson’s role in perpetuating the culture of bullying and harassment, foundation officials said.
The 140-employee community foundation admits that it grapples with high turnover—73 percent of its staffers have left since the start of 2016.
But many of those contributions went to donor-advised funds at financial institutions, which the community foundation can legally call charitable even though the money didn’t serve any charitable cause.
Thank you, as always, for your continued support of Silicon Valley Community Foundation.
Appreciatively, Samuel Johnson Jr, ChairSVCF Board of DirectorsJennifer Wadsworth is the News Editor for San Jose Inside and Metro Newspaper.
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