Last year, Network for Good hosted a diverse panel of philanthropic leaders to help lead an important conversation around external events – the murder of George Floyd along with the glaring, disproportionately negative impacts of COVID on minority communities - and the need to shape a different kind of philanthropic response in grantmaking practice and investments.
On August 5th at 1 PM eastern, Network for Good is reuniting this diverse panel, including Darrin Goss (Coastal Community Foundation), Cory Anderson (Winthrop Rockefeller Foundation), Robert Dortch (Robins Foundation), Tiffany Friesen (Southeastern Council on Foundations), Bonnie Hardage (Jesse Parker Williams Foundation), Katrina Mitchell (United Way of Greater Atlanta), and Mauricio Palma (Silicon Valley Community Foundation), to keep ourselves accountable and discuss how the philanthropic community can continue to push forward with courage.
Register now to join the conversation, and hear our panelists:
- Share actions taken centered around diversity, equity, and inclusion at their respective organizations in the last year.
- Discuss strategies to continue to move internal dialogues and actions forward to advance DEI efforts, internally and via grantmaking.
- Outline actionable steps to create/deepen these conversations and moves within foundations.
Questions about this event? Contact the Jumpstart team via email at firstname.lastname@example.org.