1. EPIP in NOLA Call for Sessions!

    EPIP in NOLA has three program tracks that encourage a broad range of topics and emphasize the learning goals of EPIP members. Priority will be given to proposals that speak to our focus on social justice, build valuable professional skills, encourage interactivity and highlight innovative problem-solving. Program Tracks Track 1: Place-Based Funding with...

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  2. MLK Day, Chautauqua, EPIP & #BlackLivesMatter (Creating a Space for a Critical Conversation)

    This guest post was authored by Rahsaan Harris, the President & CEO of The Emma Bowen Foundation For Minority Interests in Media. Dr. Harris most recently served as EPIP’s second Executive Director from 2012-2014.    Don’t give up I refuse to accept the view that mankind is so tragically bound to the starless...

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  3. MC MaL | Communications Resources

    This January, EPIP is highlighting the Measuring a Leader skill of Communications Social change leaders: Communicating ideas and concepts clearly, persuasively, and dynamically Expressing ideas clearly through both verbal and written means And can be demonstrated by… Writing blog posts or opinion pieces Presenting at work or in their local communities Here are a few resources that...

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  4. How Toastmasters is helping me become a stronger communicator

    This post was authored by Alicia Barrett, a Trust Administrative Officer with U.S. Trust, Bank of America. Alicia is also a member of the Washington, D.C. chapter of Emerging Practitioners In Philanthropy. Being a strong communicator is a wonderful quality that every employer, friend and significant other wants you to have,...

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