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Time for us to go beyond grants if we are serious about real change. >>>Read more
Originally aired February 15th, 2017Read more
Originally aired on February 8th, 2017Read more
EPIP is seeking nominations and self-nominations for new board members. Nominations are due Tuesday, February 28th to firstname.lastname@example.org.Read more
"We often think of investing in terms of dollars and cents and though financial investments are important, investing in ourselves goes beyond monetary measures. As we progress through the various stages of our careers, there are always opportunities for improvement, but these can only be realized if we commit to seeing them through." Read more and to download the framework and tools by EPIP LA >>>Read more
Originally aired January 11, 2017.Read more
A message from Kelly Trop & Tyler Nickerson.
"We find ourselves in this political moment with more questions than answers. Our strategies need evaluation. Our policy goals need readjustment. The constituencies we support are more vulnerable than before. Many of us were already moving against the grain towards a more just and equitable society, and the path just got a lot tougher.
In many ways, the election cemented what we already knew: local actions and community are more important than ever to achieving deep impact. Local philanthropies’ working together, as a DMV Region, will be even more critical and necessary. As a local sector, we must continue to find ways to move from independence to inter-dependence." [...Read more...]
EPIP San Diego | Reflections on - The Next Frontier in Social Impact Measurement Isn't Measurement at All
While Talitha James didn’t have any set expectations when she applied for the EPIP Mentoring program in Los Angeles, she had already heard enthusiastic recommendations about it.
“…[I] knew that whoever I was matched with could add value to my professional career path,” Talitha shared.
And for our cohort of 2016, the feeling was mutual.
None of us were entirely sure what to expect. We all hoped we might spark a connection, build a relationship, and glean a nugget or two professional insight. [...]Read more