EPIP New York provides programming and leadership opportunities for new and seasoned professionals working in the New York metropolitan area. Committed to contributing to a multigenerational and effective field of philanthropy that supports social change, EPIP NY works to respond to the needs of its membership through content-based and networking events.
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EPIP NYC Steering Committee
Gabby Dizon, Rockefeller Philanthropic Advisors [Co-Chair]
Nichole Martini, Martini-Agostino Associates [Co-Chair]
Liz Alsina, Andrew W. Mellon Foundation
Juan Sebastian Arias, Living Cities, Inc.
Ashley Bowden, Cool Culture
Laura Cantekin, Surdna Foundation
Betsy Edasery, TCC Group
Sadia Kalam, Robert Wood Johnson Foundation [Treasurer]
Alexis King, Open Society Foundations
Serwah Kufuor, Educational Alliance
Katja Kurz, Cultural Vistas
Jaclyn Le, The Wallace Foundation
Sarah Martin, American Express Philanthropic Program
Kayla Ny, Confluence Philanthropy [Networking & Partnerships]
Shin Otake, Surdna Foundation
Stephanie Ramirez-Burnett, Open Society Foundations
Emerson Soto, Gbowee Peace Foundation, U.S.A.
Dustin Sposato, Rockefeller Philanthropy Advisors [Communications]
Rebecca Wisotsky, Funders for LGBTQ Issues
Rachael Young, Mertz-Gilmore Foundation
- December 13, 2010
Our own Stephanie Lai (EPIP-er, AAPIP-er, Packard Foundation-er) is a finalist for the YouTube Symphony Orchestra! Please watch her audition video, and if you like what you hear, click “Vote for this video” (up to once a day until December 17). Based on voting, the best and most creative performers will be selected to form the YouTube Symphony Orchestra 2011 and invited...
- December 9, 2010
Register! and submit a workshop proposal for the 2011 EPIP National Conference. EPIP National Conferenceand 10th Anniversary Celebration!April 7-9, 2011 (immediately preceding COF)Philadelphia, PA You can link to highlights from the 2010 EPIP National Conference through this post.