Summary: This week’s First in Future guest was a New York born, Georgia raised and Duke educated law clerk, and former school superintendent who’s now the head of North Carolina’s largest general purpose foundation. Maurice “Mo” Green is the executive director of the Z. Smith Reynolds Foundation, which has been in the news lately as they’ve finished up a two year review on their philanthropy that has narrowed their focus and fine-tuned their ideas on how they want to help others.
This installment of First in Future is part of a special TV series produced in collaboration with UNC-TV, and is recorded in UNC-TV’s Studios. Taped segments will air on the North Carolina Channel. Visit www.ncchannel.org/schedule/ for specific air dates.
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