Dive into best practices and key trends at the heart of successful impact investing in this guest post from expert Cynthia Mueller of Arabella Advisors. <Read more>Read more
EPIP's Inaugural Inclusive Leadership Cohort met in NYC last week Friday for their retreat. In honor of this, we're sharing some of the articles the ILC has been reading the last few months.Read more
Call for EPIP CHICAGO Steering Committee Members
ARE YOU INTERESTED IN CHANGING THE FACE OF PHILANTHROPY IN CHICAGO?
EPIP Members are invited to join EPIP Chicago’s Steering CommitteeRead more
Webinar Recap - Beautifying Communities Through Conservancies and Land Trusts
September 16, 2015Read more
EPIP Seattle is looking for new talented young professionals to join the Steering Committee and lead our local chapter's activities in 2016. <Read more>Read more
Philanthropy and Development professionals speak all the time, but how often do they get a chance to share honest feedback in a friendly way? EPIP LA made it happen and learned from their colleagues in Development at the most recent EPIPhany Hour event. Carrie Harlow, EPIP LA Chapter Leader and Program Officer, The Ahmanson Foundation, shares lessons learned here.
EPIP LA’s held its August EPIPhany Hour in the courtyard of The California Endowment Center for Healthy Communities, where we brought together 15 EPIP members to share pizza and candid conversation with peers in nonprofit development. ...Read more
An update on EPIP's activities and our executive search from EPIP board chair, Jasmine Hall Ratliff.Read more
What does it mean to weave your work and your passion together? We are excited to share thoughtful reflections from an EPIP Michigan Chapter summer event - emPOWER: Inspiring the Next Generation of Leaders - that asked those questions.
Held at the W.K. Kellogg Foundation, the event included a keynote and interactive sessions with Shannon Polk. Shannon Polk: lawyer, theologian, advocate, facilitator, and co-founder of EPIP Michigan, posed the question "Does the work you do align with who you are?" - as Mackezie highlights below.
Thank you to Katie Van Dusen and Mackenzie Price for bringing us into the experience!Read more
This month has been a very crucial and relatively important one for us here at EPIP. We’re going through a series of exciting changes and updates at our New York Office. This session of Voices from the Field is a special one indeed as we announce the departure of our Membership and Operations Manager Michael Barham. For the past couple of years, Michael has helped maintained the smooth flow of all things EPIP; from its chapter leaders, our members as well as our frequent conferences-Michael’s passion for equal opportunity through a philanthropic lens has added much value to our organization. We are grateful for Michael’s work and continued efforts in helping our organization expand whilst providing a multitude of resources and ideas to philanthropy as we remain committed to the advancement of social justice.Read more
EPIP is proud to announce our newest member of staff in our New York office. Biz Ghormley will serve as our Membership and Operations Associate. Biz is joining us with extensive experience in philanthropy. Her new role will play a major part in EPIP’s operations and program development. She will also support member relationship maintenance. We’re thrilled to have her join the team and what she has to offer. We hope you’ll join us in welcoming Biz to our team. We sat down with her earlier this week to chat about her exciting new chapter with us.Read more