EPIP is Hiring a Chief Financial Officer!
Know a resourceful and adaptable leader with a strong knowledge of financial, operational, and nonprofit human resource practices? Send them our way! This is an exciting opportunity for a leader interested in taking a non-traditional, equity-forward approach to nonprofit finance and operations.
Click here to learn more and share this opportunity with your networks. Interested candidates should apply online by September 9, 2022!
EPIP has retained the services of McNeil Creative Enterprises (MCE) to assist with the recruiting process. Please send any questions about this opportunity to [email protected].
Emerging Women of Color Gathering - Sept. 7
Join EPIP’s Emerging Women of Color Community of Practice with members Shaquana Broadhead and Tiffani Greenaway for an exploration of internalized racism and how embracing cultural legacies, ancestral histories, and spiritual wisdom can support women of color to thrive at work. This group will convene virtually on September 7 at 3:00 pm ET. Click here to learn more and register today!
Philanthropology™ Fall 2022 Cohort! - Oct. 13 - Nov. 10
Registration is live for EPIP's Fall Philanthropology™ cohort! Philanthropology™ is EPIP's signature curriculum that includes academic and practitioner perspectives in an in-depth critical study of philanthropy from a social justice lens. This curriculum was created for and informed by the next generation of inclusive grantmakers.
Cohort meetings are scheduled for Oct. 13, Oct. 27, and Nov. 10. Each session will go from 12:00 - 3:00 pm CST.
EPIP is Supporting the Search for CHANGE Philanthropy’s Next Executive Director!
CHANGE Philanthropy is seeking a visionary, servant-leader to facilitate this important coalition as its next Executive Director. This full-time, remote role can be based anywhere in the U.S. The Director will serve as the central point of contact for coalition partners and the primary guide and manager for CHANGE Philanthropy staff members. They will hold ultimate responsibility for the wellbeing and direction of the coalition, bringing a forward-looking focus to coalition strategy, programming, and advocacy. This is a unique role that reports into an Executive Circle composed of the executives from each of the partner organizations. Click Here to see the full job description and apply!
This search is being managed by Axis Talent Partners, a boutique search firm that partners with social impact organizations. Applicants will be considered on a rolling basis, with preference for those applying before September 30th.
The Search Committee representing the CHANGE Philanthropy coalition includes:
Keep an eye on our events page for opportunities to connect with your local and national philanthropic community!
EPIP LA is Offering Scholarships to Attend the SoCal Grantmakers Conference!
EPIP LA is offering 6 scholarships for EPIP members to attend the Southern California Grantmakers Conference! In line with EPIP's commitment to racial equity and accessibility, scholarships are prioritized for Black, Indigenous, and People of Color (BIPOC) EPIP members who have little to no professional development support from their home institution and/or are in-between philanthropic entities.
HR Retreat: Evolving the Philanthropic Workplace - Sept. 8
On September 8 and 9, The Council on Foundations in partnership with CHANGE Philanthropy is hosting their annual HR retreat. This year’s content focuses on building a culture of belonging and care, developing and engaging a shifting workforce, and integrating equity through the HR landscape.
Storme Gray, EPIP Executive Director, will be speaking during the opening keynote, “How Do You Take Care of Your People?” along with Marvin Webb from Funders for LGBTQ Issues, Katie Carter from Pride Foundation, Saul Macias with the Marin Community Foundation, and Kanitra Lopez with Women's Foundation of California.
Click here to register and learn more about the dynamic speakers and sessions!
Radical Learning Series - Oct. 7 - April 2023
Resourcing Radical Justice is launching a multi-part series that will uncover the interconnections of race, capitalism, power, and patriarchy, as well as deepen participants' understanding of solidarity and the importance of Black Liberation in racial justice movement work. This series is for philanthropic sector folks in the DMV region and beyond (funders/grantmaking institutions and philanthropy serving organizations). The cohort runs from October 7, 2022 until April 2023. Click here for more details including dates, pricing, and a breakdown of the content.
Applications are due by September 2, 2022. The radical learning committee aims to notify applicants of their status by September 23.
Please reach out to [email protected] with any questions.
Facing Race Conference - Nov. 17-19
Join Race Forward for their National Conference, Facing Race, happening November 17-19 in Phoenix, Arizona. There is also an option to join virtually! Facing Race is a unique collaborative space for racial justice movement making and the largest multiracial, inter-generational gathering for organizers, educators, creatives, and other leaders. Click here to learn more and register today!
New Research Report on Foundations & Climate Change!
The Center for Effective Philanthropy (CEP) recently released new research that reveals that foundation leaders overwhelmingly see climate change as an urgent problem and believe that foundations could be doing more to address the issue. Despite these leaders’ alarm, however, foundation efforts to address climate change are relatively limited, and non-climate funders tend to see the issue as outside the scope of their mission. Find the CEP report, “Much Alarm, Less Action: Foundations & Climate Change” here to learn more.
What We’re Reading & Listening to:
- As Black Philanthropy Month comes to a close, two Black women leaders offer solidarity as a guidepost for philanthropy to truly commit to racial justice through Black-led change.
- This podcast with Linetta Gilbert offers a perspective on race, community philanthropy, and how to build engagement to lift the deepest needs of communities.
- The Disability Justice Audit Tool is a robust resource designed by BIPOC disability justice leaders for BIPOC-led organizations to deepen their commitments and practices around disability justice.
- Borealis Philanthropy reflects on five years of lessons from their transforming policing fund and how to strengthen participatory grantmaking aligned with liberatory values.
- Mandy Van Deven shares wisdom from the New Frontiers in Funding, Philanthropy and Investment conference, as leaders Imagining a World Where Philanthropy is Obsolete.
- This article, "To Transform Work, We Must Rest," shares a perspective that rest must be the foundation for any radical change in culture.
Have something new on your reading list or a resource you'd like to share with the EPIP community? Let us know at [email protected] and we may include it in a future newsletter.
Looking for a new opportunity?
The positions below are just the beginning! Check our Job Board for more opportunities from around the country:
- Philanthropy Assistant, The Boston Foundation - Boston, MA
- Program Officer, Geraldine R. Dodge Foundation - Hybrid: Remote and Morristown, NJ
- Development Manager, Washington Area Women's Foundation - Remote/Washington, DC
- Information Management Specialist, Ford Foundation - New York, NY
- Development & Communications Manager, Community Shares of Colorado - Denver, CO
- Senior IT Manager, Colorado Health Foundation - Denver, CO
- Talent and Learning Associate, Bush Foundation - St. Paul, MN
- Senior/Equity Officer, The Winthrop Rockefeller Foundation (WRF) - Arkansas
- Coordinator for Strategy, Partnerships & Learning, Stuart Foundation - San Francisco
- Senior Impact Assessment and Learning Officer, The James Irvine Foundation - San Francisco or Los Angeles
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