1. Implicit Bias Affects All of Us in Philanthropy

    This post was authored by Chaletta Huertas, Program Officer at GMA Foundations, and appeared originally in the National Center for Family Philanthropy’s column, Voices from the Field. Historically, only a small percentage of philanthropic dollars goes to communities of color, goes to organizations led by people of color, or comes...

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  2. An Open Letter to Foundations from a Millennial Leader

    This post is a collaboration between EPIP member Lora Smith, Communications Officer at Mary Reynolds Babcock Foundation in Winston-Salem, NC, and one of MRBF’s grantees, Charmel Gauden, an attorney and the former Executive Director of the Gulf Coast Fair Housing Center (GCFHC).  We asked them to share their thoughts on leadership in the 21st...

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  3. When “I” Turned into “We”: Changing Aspirations

    This post was authored by Nichole Martini, who is the Co-Chair of EPIP-NY’s Steering Committee. Nichole  currently serves as the Director of Development and External Affairs at Equality Charter School, a middle school serving underserved students in the Bronx, and is Co-Chair of the Grants Committee of the NYC Venture Philanthropy...

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  4. Join EPIP at Independent Sector Conference 9/30/13

    Please join Emerging Practitioners in Philanthropy (EPIP), La Piana Consulting and fellow Independent Sector conference participants for a Connections conversation and video premiere: Doing Good in the 21st Century. EPIP and La Piana launched an exciting new initiative at the 2013 EPIP National Conference, which looks more closely at emerging...

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