Nonprofit Chronicles

Journalism about foundations, nonprofits and their impact

MARC GUNTHER BIO

Marc Gunther is a veteran journalist, speaker, and writer who reported on business and sustainability for many years. Since 2015, he has been writing about foundations, nonprofits and global development on his blog, Nonprofit Chronicles.

Marc was editor at large of Guardian Sustainable Business US from 2012 through 2015. He was a senior writer at FORTUNE magazine from 1996 through 2008.

Marc is the author or co-author of four books, including Faith and Fortune: How Compassionate Capitalism is Transforming American Business (Crown 2004). His latest book, Suck It Up: How capturing carbon from the air can help solve the climate crisis, was published in 2012 as an Amazon Kindle Single.

He has also written for The Chronicle of Philanthropy, Stanford Social Innovation Review, The New York Times, Washington Post, Vox, YaleEnvironment360 and Slate.

A skilled moderator and speaker, Marc was creator and co-chair of Brainstorm Green, FORTUNE’s annual conference on business and the environment, which ran from 2008 through 2014. To hire him as a moderator or speaker, click here.

Marc is a graduate of Yale University, husband and father, a marathon runner and a lover of the outdoors. He lives in Bethesda, MD. For a longer bio, click here.

2 thoughts on “Marc Gunther bio

  1. Lory Poulson says:

    Appreciated your article. I’m happy to use Smile for the nonprofit of my choice, but it’s interesting to consider whether this approach actually discourages other forms of donation. We may not know the answer for a while… Not sure why individuals would be threatened by this line of inquiry — guess we’re all triggered by something. Keep on researchin’ and writin’

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  2. Richard A Crane says:

    Who has given more to charity, Amazon, or you?

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