Dr. Peggy Dulany, the fourth child of David Rockefeller, is the founder and Chair of The Synergos Institute, an independent nonprofit organization dedicated to creating effective, sustainable and locally based solutions to poverty. Drawing from her experience living and working in Rio de Janeiro as a young woman, Peggy Dulany observed that people directly affected by poverty also have the greatest motivation to solve their problem. Peggy Dulany founded Synergos in 1987 to help create relationships between grassroots leaders, politicians, and business leaders to create new partnerships to help alleviate poverty.
Wikipedia biography of Peggy Dulany, outlining her life and work with the United Nations.
Official Synergos profile of Peggy Dulany, which details her work with local area schools in Boston. The biography also features a collection of her essays and articles.
In this interview with Alliance Magazine, Peggy Dulany talks about her motivations behind establishing the Synergos Institute, and what she feels she has accomplished.
Spock.com has collected articles and websites about Peggy Dulany, and also features a short biography.
Google books has posted a preview of Peggy Dulany’s book Promoting US Economic Relations with Africa.
The Blue Planet Run, a foundation committed to bringing clean water to impoverished communities, has published a profile of Peggy Dulany.
In this YouTube video, Peggy Dulany talks about turning your passions into practice.
WGBH held an interview with Peggy Dulany, where she discussed whether eliminating poverty is an attainable goal.