Co-President Caroline Whistler to Present at SOCAP15, Oct. 7-8th

What impact has PFS had on the United States social sector? As the model gains traction, what can PFS achieve in the future? Next week, TSCP Co-President and Co-Founder Caroline Whistler will be tackling these questions at SOCAP15, an annual conference of leading impact investors, social entrepreneurs, and cross-sector practitioners. On October 6th and 7th, Caroline will be presenting the PFS model, its development, and its ability to more efficiently drive government resources toward more effective social services.

You can catch Caroline at SOCAP15 in San Francisco at:

  • Social Sector Transformation through Pay for Success
    • Join us for an in-depth review of the emerging US Pay for Success (PFS) marketplace. Three years into the PFS experiment, eight projects – representing more than $80 million in investment capital – have brought urgently needed reform to early childhood education, criminal justice, homelessness, job training, and foster care. This panel will hear from experts with direct experience in the challenges and opportunities presented by this unique public-private partnership model.
      • 1:15 PM - 2:15 PM, October 7, 2015
      • Festival Main Stage
  • Scaling Pay for Success
    • The United States currently has launched eight Pay for Success projects with a pipeline of more than thirty projects underway across the country. For this pipeline to efficiently convert into projects, many project elements must be improved to create lower transaction costs, increased provider readiness, templates for government success payment mechanisms, and evaluation techniques for policy-making. Dive into a discussion of the hurdles facing sustainable scaling of Pay for Success nationwide.
      • 12:15 PM - 1:15 PM, October 8, 2015
      • Rm. C260

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See you there!