Events

  • Friday, February 17, 2023 at 06:00 PM Eastern Time (US & Canada) · $25.00 USD · 23 rsvps
    The Urban Grape in Boston, MA

    Come Sip With EPIP Boston

    Located in Boston, The Urban Grape is one of the most successful and award-winning wine stores in America. The Urban Grape is a Black-owned and woman-owned small business dedicated to building community through beverage. EPIP Boston invites you to a Friday night out on February 17 from 6:00pm – 8:00pm EST to engage in an interactive wine tasting experience from BIPOC wine producers and networking with your fellow philanthropy practitioners. Let’s pop some bottles, connect, and sip some wine!

    A registration fee of $25 per person is required and space is limited, so sign up today! Registration will close on February 9. This is an in-person only event.

    Please review Emerging Practitioners in Philanthropy in-person gathering policies prior to RSVP-ing and complete the short waiver at the bottom of this registration page. All attendees will be required to show proof of vaccination and any boosters recommended by the FDA or CDC before entering. Please wear masks when not eating or drinking to protect the safety of all of our community members. 

  • Tuesday, February 28, 2023 at 02:30 PM Eastern Time (US & Canada) · 39 rsvps

    EPIP Quarterly Member Orientation! Feb. 2023

    EPIP is excited to convene all new and returning EPIP members for an orientation session to learn more about what's new with EPIP and ways to engage with the network to get the most out of your membership! Join us for the first orientation session of 2023 on February 28 at 2:00 pm ET! 

    Not a member yet? Click here to learn more or reach out to [email protected] to join our network! 

  • Wednesday, March 01, 2023 at 03:00 PM Eastern Time (US & Canada) · $50.00 USD · 1 rsvp
    Virtual

    Disability Inclusion and Intersectionality

    Between COVID-19, racial tensions, and rising work expectations, disability and mental health awareness with organizational leaders is more important than ever. This session addresses the relationship between race and disability and establishes a common language around intersectionality. You will walk away with insights into cultivating programs, practices, and building an organizational culture that is grounded in racial justice, disability justice, and inclusion.

    Expected learning outcomes include: 

    • Gain awareness on the interconnected nature of disability and race.
    • Identify what limits trust and belonging on a team.
    • Understand the importance of intersectional efforts across your organization.

    This workshop is led by Keri Grey, a cancer survivor, entrepreneur, speaker, and facilitator. She is the CEO of the Keri Gray Consulting Group, LLC, where they strive to create professional communities of understanding through disability and racial justice education. She is also founder of the National Alliance of Melanin Disabled Advocates (the NAMED Advocates), which creates spaces for disabled leaders of color and BIPOC allies to gather, learn, connect, and grow around racial and disability justice. Keri’s work has been featured in Teen Vogue, the New York Times, People Magazine, Time Magazine, PBS NewsHour, Madamenoire, and the Diet Coke campaign #Unlabeled

    This event is open to all, and free to EPIP members.

    EPIP Members Register Here:

    If you're an EPIP member looking to register, please log in and register through this link. 

     

     

  • Wednesday, March 01, 2023 at 03:00 PM Eastern Time (US & Canada) · 15 rsvps
    Virtual

    Disability Inclusion and Intersectionality Member Registration

    Between COVID-19, racial tensions, and rising work expectations, disability and mental health awareness with organizational leaders is more important than ever. This session addresses the relationship between race and disability and establishes a common language around intersectionality. You will walk away with insights into cultivating programs, practices, and building an organizational culture that is grounded in racial justice, disability justice, and inclusion.

    Expected learning outcomes include: 

    • Gain awareness on the interconnected nature of disability and race.
    • Identify what limits trust and belonging on a team.
    • Understand the importance of intersectional efforts across your organization.

    This workshop is led by Keri Grey, a cancer survivor, entrepreneur, speaker, and facilitator. She is the CEO of the Keri Gray Consulting Group, LLC, where they strive to create professional communities of understanding through disability and racial justice education. She is also founder of the National Alliance of Melanin Disabled Advocates (the NAMED Advocates), which creates spaces for disabled leaders of color and BIPOC allies to gather, learn, connect, and grow around racial and disability justice. Keri’s work has been featured in Teen Vogue, the New York Times, People Magazine, Time Magazine, PBS NewsHour, Madamenoire, and the Diet Coke campaign #Unlabeled

    This event is open to all, and free to EPIP members.

  • Thursday, March 23, 2023 at 12:00 PM Pacific Time (US & Canada) · 21 rsvps
    Virtual

    People of Color Network Winter 2023 Gathering

    Following a robust year of identity-based professional development and peer support in 2022, EPIP's People of Color Network (PCN) is back for a year of building stronger relationships, philanthropic skills, and collective power. Join EPIP and the PCN for the kick-off session of 2023 on March 23!

    The PCN is a professional development and peer support network for EPIP members who identify as people of color. The PCN began in 2012 to support early- and mid-career people of color in philanthropy in attending sector conferences. Since then, it has evolved to involve workshops and networking opportunities. The PCN uses the EPIP Inclusive Leadership Framework as a basis for skill-building and focus. 

    EPIP Communities of Practice are designed for EPIP members. Not a member yet? Visit our membership page to learn more and join this community of equity-minded changemakers. 

    Questions about our communities of practice? Reach out to [email protected] 

    We look forward to connecting with this robust community!

  • Wednesday, April 19, 2023 at 10:00 AM Pacific Time (US & Canada) · $325.00 USD
    Virtual

    Philanthropology - Spring 23 - Members

    Join EPIP for Philanthropology™, a 3-module social justice grounding in philanthropy. 

    In order to use philanthropy to effect change, it is crucial that new practitioners in the sector understand its context, history, and challenges. Philanthropology™, first developed by EPIP in 2012 and revised in 2021, responds to this need with a curriculum that includes both academic and practitioner perspectives in an in-depth critical study of philanthropy and social justice created for and informed by the next generation of inclusive grantmakers. 

    The Philanthropology™ curriculum includes 9 hours of synchronous virtual content and supplemental activities that cover the landscape and history of the sector, intersectionality, movement building, grantmaking with an equity lens, and strategies for self-advocacy and professional development.

    The curriculum also offers 3 hours of asynchronous activities and ample readings to further your knowledge

    Details:

    When:
    Registration for the series includes all three modules, which will take place over Zoom: 
    Module 1: Wednesday April 19 10:00 am - 1:00 pm PST (Philanthropy History, Ecosystem, and Evolution)
    Module 2: Wednesday May 3 10:00 am - 1:00 pm PST (Racial Equity, Advocacy and Policy in Grantmaking) 
    Module 3: Wednesday May 17 10:00 am - 1:00 pm PST PST (Self-Advocacy and Personal Leadership)

    Investment: 
    The series costs $325 for members of EPIP and $500 for non-members. If you would like to attend but need financial assistance, please email [email protected]

    Eligibility and Audience
    Philanthropology™ is designed for early- to mid-career philanthropy practitioners who have less than 3 years in the field, or feel like they need a refresher through a social justice lens, though the program will benefit anyone in the philanthropic sector.

    You must be a member of EPIP to receive the member rate. Not sure about your membership? Email [email protected]

    Note: the Add To Calendar button below will only add the first module of this series. Please make sure you manually hold the times for the 2nd and 3rd modules. Dates are listed above.