Risk is a core component of learning, innovating and improvement — yet philanthropy has traditionally been highly risk-averse. How have current crises and unprecedented times changed our thinking about risk? Are we shying further away from risky moves? Or have we become bolder? What kind of risks exist in our field and how can funders reframe our understanding of risk in our work? By normalizing and making explicit how we operate based on our risk appetite, funders will be better positioned to absorb/manage/embrace risk and all while supporting our grantee partners. Join this session where we hear one foundation's journey and approach, and to explore how we can reimagine the culture and practices in both our institutions and our sector.