Peggy founded Synergos in 1986 to promote trust and collaboration among grassroots groups and government or business leaders and organizations, people who otherwise would not have access to each other, so that they can develop long-term relationships and forge new paths in overcoming poverty. Founder and Chair, The Synergos Institute. Stone Barns Center for Food and Agriculture. She has sat on over thirty nonprofit and corporate boards including Stone Barns Center for Food and Agriculture, the Rockefeller Brothers Fund and the Africa-America Institute, among others. Dulany), Mary Grafton Fitzhugh (geb.
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Sister of Catherine Belt; Rebecca Hanson; Daniel Dulany; Grafton Lloyd Dulany; Benjamin Dulany and 2 others; Mary Grafton Fitzhugh and Walter Dulany « less. ...on Lloyd Dulaney, Grafton Lloyd Dulaney, Rebecca Dulany, Daniel Dulaney, Margaret Dulaney, Mary Dulaney, Sarah Sallie Smithson, Walter Du... 1750 - Anne Arundel, Maryland, United States. Wife of Rev. Peggy Harris was married for six weeks when her husband went missing in action over France during World War II.
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In 1986 Peggy Dulany founded the Synergos Institute, a global nonprofit organization that brings people together to solve complex problems of poverty and create opportunities for individuals and their communities to thrive. She runs two socially responsible businesses: a grass-fed beef and guest ranch in Montana and an ecotourism operation in Namibia. You have permission to edit this article. Instituto Xilonen’s social community is a thriving group of conscious seekers. To learn more click "Privacy Preferences".
In 2001, she co-founded Synergos’ Global Philanthropists Circle with her father, David Rockefeller, to support philanthropic families in using this approach.