Hewlett Foundation Announces Major Effort Funding Cyber Policy Studies at Institutions Serving Diverse Student Populations

Over $20 Million in Grants to Florida A&M University, Florida International University, Turtle Mountain Community College, and Spelman College to support the growth of cyber policy programs. (Menlo Park, Calif. – March 29, 2023) – Today, the William and Flora Hewlett Foundation announced large-scale grants totaling more than $20 million to four academic institutions that 

Hewlett Announces Two New Culture, Race, and Equity Officers to Support Its Work on Advancing Racial Justice

The William and Flora Hewlett Foundation today announced the hiring of two new Culture, Race, and Equity Officers: Katherine Wheatle and Brooke Treadwell. Along with the full Culture, Race, and Equity team, Katherine and Brooke will identify and promote practices, programming, and grantmaking to advance racial justice within Hewlett and in its grantmaking. Of the 

Leadership transition at the Hewlett Foundation Cyber Initiative

The William and Flora Hewlett Foundation announced today that Cyber Initiative Director Kelly Born is leaving the foundation later this month to join the Packard Foundation as the inaugural director of its Democracy, Rights, and Governance initiative. The Hewlett Foundation also announced that Eli Sugarman will rejoin the foundation on a part-time basis to lead 

Statement on the signing of the Inflation Reduction Act

Statement of Jonathan Pershing, Environment Program Director, in response to the historic signing of the Inflation Reduction Act: The Inflation Reduction Act is one of the most significant steps the U.S. has taken on climate in its history and will help the nation meet its emissions reduction commitments. It does this even as it increases the number of good 

Statement in response to the Supreme Court decision in Dobbs v. Jackson Women’s Health Organization

MENLO PARK, Calif.—Statement of Larry Kramer, President of the William and Flora Hewlett Foundation and former Dean of Stanford Law School, in response to the Supreme Court decision in Dobbs v. Jackson Women’s Health Organization. The Supreme Court’s decision in Dobbs v. Jackson Women’s Health Organization is an unheard of stripping away of fundamental freedoms that have been guaranteed to the American people. This decision by our 

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