Work in Progress:
Learn about the work we are doing directly from our president and program staff.
Our New Board Chair
Attorney Stephen C. Neal, CEO of global law firm Cooley LLP, becomes the fourth person to chair the Hewlett Foundation’s board in our nearly 50-year history.
Casa de Cultura:
The School of Arts and Culture at Mexican Heritage Plaza is a place of safety, inclusion, and art for a whole community.
Women’s Economic Empowerment:
When women thrive, so do their families, their communities, and their countries.
Representative institutions should be able to deliberate, negotiate, and compromise to address challenges in ways that secure democratic assent.
1 out of every 3 people worldwide uses the Internet, with networked devices involved in virtually every facet of life. How do we develop smart, sustainable policies to deal with growing cyber threats?
Installing solar panels on buildings in low-income urban areas not only generates clean energy it also saves the community money and creates new jobs.
These high schoolers are working on a robotics project – an example of how students in deeper learning schools collaborate on projects relevant to their interests, which prepares them to be life-long problem solvers.
Helping people build measurably better lives.
Women in Cybersecurity: 4 Questions for New America's Anne-Marie Slaughter and Megan Garcia
David Sasaki to Join Hewlett Foundation as Program Officer for Transparency, Participation and Accountability
Cyber Policy: 4 Questions for the New York Times' David Sanger