SCG, Community Partners, The Durfee Foundation, and Emerging Practitioners in Philanthropy (EPIP LA) invite you to a dynamic conversation about how to maximize the impact of your grantmaking by investing in nonprofit talent.
Specifically, this briefing will explore how investing in the recruitment, retention and retirement of nonprofit talent can ensure a diverse, high performing and enduring workforce in grantee organizations, and how this in turn can help foundations and nonprofits to better accomplish their mutual social change goals.
Rusty Stahl (@RustyStahl), President and CEO of Talent Philanthropy (@FundThePeople) will share research and recommendations from his organization including, a new national initiative helping grantmakers and fundraisers to maximize a healthy, productive charitable workforce.
We’ll also explore fresh conceptual frameworks, current research, real world examples, and practical ideas for nonprofit talent development. Moderated by Claire Peeps (@ClairePeeps), Executive Director, The Durfee Foundation, our panel conversation will feature leading voices from our region’s foundation and nonprofit communities:
- Rudy Espinoza, Leadership for Urban Renewal Network
- Johng Ho Song, Koreatown Youth and Community Center
- Belen Vargas, Vice President of Programs, Weingart Foundation
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This program is presented in partnership with:
No cost to attend
Who May Attend:
Current SCG members, EPIP members, and other grantmakers eligible for SCG membership.
SCG members: register online (you must log in to your SCG account to register)
Eligible non-members: register online. If you do not have an SCG account, contact email@example.com.
For questions please contact Annabelle Rosborough at firstname.lastname@example.org