Paloma Raggo - Author
Paloma Raggo, PhD
Dr. Raggo is an assistant professor of Philanthropy and Nonprofit Leadership in the School of Public Policy and Administration at Carleton University in Canada. Her research lies at the intersection of Nonprofit Studies, Public Administration, and International Relations. She is particularly interested in governance and leadership challenges in domestic and international nonprofit organizations and the impact of private wealth and philanthropists on policymaking. She is currently the Director and Principal Investigator of the Charities Insights Canada Project that seeks to provide near real-time data about the sector and promote data literacy across the charitable sector in Canada.
She has diverse experiences in the nonprofit and private sector prior to embarking on her academic journey. She completed her PhD at the Maxwell School of Citizenship and Public Affairs at Syracuse University, where she specialized in International Relations and Public Policy and Administration. At Syracuse, she was the Associate Director of the Institute for Qualitative Research and Multi-Methods.
Teaching Cases in the Philanthropic and Nonprofit Sector