The Hewlett Foundation Blog
February 26, 2014 — By Eric Brown
If you watched the excerpts we posted from our interview with Larry Kramer you probably noticed that he is not shy about offering opinions on a wide variety of topics. In the full interview, you’ll learn even more:
- That foundations might be better at starting things than finishing them.
- What Larry thinks about the Foundation’s approach to “strategic philanthropy.”
- That a workplace where people are “extremely nice” to each other can be both a good and a bad thing.
- That we might have the only foundation president who can claim expert knowledge of both the underground rock band Pere Ubu (Larry suggests you look them up) and the Talmud.