1. Implicit Bias Workshop Materials

    In conjunction with EPIP’s PCN gathering in November 2013, and together with the Proteus Fund and the Charles Hamilton Houston Institute for Race and Justice at Harvard University, EPIP co-hosted a workshop and session on “The Science of Wringing Out Racial Bias ” that was free and open to the public. The workshop was...

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  2. Webinar Flashback – Open Sourcing Social Change

    Webinar – Open-Sourcing Social Change: Engaging networks for social justice and leadership development August 19, 2013 Designed and led by EPIP-NY Steering Committee member, Tamir Novotny (Senior Policy Associate, Living Cities), this webinar focused on ways for philanthropic organizations to collaborate to produce results. Other speakers included: June Holley of...

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  3. Webinar Flashback – As Baby Boomers Begin to Retire, are Next Gen Leaders Ready to Step Up?

    As Baby Boomers Retire, are Next Generation Leaders Ready to Step Up to Leadership? September 11, 2013 The webinar was moderated by EPIP alumna, Regan Gruber Moffitt, Senior Associate for Public Policy, Winthrop Rockefeller Foundation and featured the following speakers: Sherece West-Scantlebury, President and CEO, Winthrop Rockefeller Foundation; Trish Tchume,...

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  4. Webinar Flashback – Navigating Shifting Sands

    Navigating Shifting Sands:  What We Can All Learn From Jewish Charitable Giving On Wednesday, November 20th we were joined by Shawn Landres, Co-founder of Jumpstart, and an illustrious panel of speakers including: Sarah Indyk, Philanthropic Initiatives Manager at Rose Community Foundation; Roben Kantor Smolar of the Charles and Lynn Schusterman Family Foundation; and Jeffrey...

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  5. Webinar Flashback – A Democratic Philanthropy: A Different Perspective on Funding

    Webinar – A Democratic Philanthropy: A Different Perspective on Funding December 4, 2013  Based on an article from the Fall 2013 issue of Responsive Philanthropy, the quarterly journal of the National Committee for Responsive Philanthropy (NCRP), titled A Democratic Charity: A Different Perspective on Funding, co-authors Christine Reeves and...

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  6. Webinar Flashback – Bringing Entrepreneurial Skills into Grantmaking Practices

    Webinar – Bringing Entrepreneurial Skills into Grantmaking Practices October 2, 2013 This discussion between EPIP’s Executive Director, Rahsaan Harris, and Todd Schechter of Ignite Good and Social Good Startup explored ways in which EPIP members can employ the skills and practices used by social entrepreneurs. The webinar also introduced members...

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  7. 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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