EPIP DC | Navigating Transitions in Philanthropy

Philanthropy is a field in flux. While markets and popular opinion tend to dictate the direction and activities of the private sector and the public sector, funders are often free from these constraints. Accordingly, trustees, directors, and executives in philanthropies carry great sway over the mission and execution of their grantmaking activities.

As emerging practitioners, transitions at the organizational level or field level can feel particularly impactful. Join us on April 16, 8-9am, for a breakfast roundtable discussion on navigating transitions in philanthropy.

 

 

WHEN
April 16, 2019 at 8:30am - 10:30am Eastern Time (US & Canada)
WHERE
Exponent Philanthropy
1720 N Street NW
Washington, DC 20036
United States
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20 RSVPS
Mary Ann Weiss Daniel Aste Crystal Li Adriyanna Andreus Katie Mire Daniella Flores Adiel Murias Symeon Braxton

Who's RSVPing

Mary Ann Weiss
Daniel Aste
Crystal Li
Adriyanna Andreus
Katie Mire
Daniella Flores
Adiel Murias
Symeon Braxton

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  • Mary Ann Weiss
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    Please RSVP: EPIP DC | What Role Should Philanthropy Play in U.S. Democracy? https://www.epip.org/epip_dc_navigating_transitions_in_philanthropy?recruiter_id=65254
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