The CHANGE Philanthropy Coalition, in which EPIP Participates, was featured by "Inside Philanthropy" on September 22nd. Read more here>>Read more
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Originally aired August 2, 2017Read more
Trevor Pollack, Barr Foundation and EPIP Boston Steering Committee Co-Chair, in the spotlight.Read more
Originally Aired June 16, 2017.Read more
Written by EPIP Chicago Steering Committee Members,
Cristina GuerreroRead more
Guest Post: Civic Engagement is a House—and there’s room for you even if you come through the window
Civic Engagement is a House—and there’s room for you even if you come through the window
Adiel is Communications & Marketing Director of PACE and leads the organization’s internal and external communication efforts to further the critical dialogue moving our field forward.
This post was published on PACE's Medium publication, Civic Engagement & Democracy: https://medium.com/civic-engagement-and-democracyRead more
Originally aired on May 10, 2017Read more
Hayden Couvillion, EPIP Boston Steering Committee member and Analyst at CEPRead more
Chao Yang is a first generation Hmong women leader with intense focus on impact. She is driven by a desire to empower people to realize their greatest potential by building connection, collaboration, and ownership between groups that lead to societal progress.
She is currently a Ron McKinley Fellow at Medtronic Foundation, where she oversees a diverse local and global grant portfolio. Chao is prolific reader, writer and nature enthusiast. Her community involvement, leadership and activism has brought about tangible and lasting impact that helps others capitalize on opportunities and succeed. She is currently the Chair of the Minnesota EPIP Chapter and welcomes new ways in which she can contribute to empowering underserved communities.