We've made it to 2022! Let’s get the year started right with a fun and friendly community of philanthropy professionals from all over the nation. Hosted by EPIP Boston, Colorado, Seattle, DC, Philadelphia & NYC, this event will allow you to get to know your peers from all over the nation and set the stage for an inspiring year.
Look forward to highlights such as a virtual scavenger hunt, cocktail making, a night of magic, casual networking, and more! Our celebration will take place on February 9th from 6-7:30pm ET/3-4:30pm PT. Lucky attendees may even end up leaving the event with a door prize!
More details to come, and we’re looking forward to celebrating with you!
EPIP Boston Steering Committee Member Molly Braden writes here about her experience as a graduate student at Indiana University–Purdue University Indianapolis' (IUPUI) Lilly Family School of Philanthropy and her journey to becoming a Program Coordinator at Mott Philanthropic.Read more
Reflections from this year's CHANGE Philanthropy Unity Summit attendee, EPIP Boston Chapter Leader, Luisa Peña Lyons.Read more
Trevor Pollack, Barr Foundation and EPIP Boston Steering Committee Co-Chair, in the spotlight.Read more
Hayden Couvillion, EPIP Boston Steering Committee member and Analyst at CEPRead more
Blogpost by Derrick Shallcross, Steering Committee member for EPIP Boston
EPIPhany Groups give members the opportunity to connect with one another via email and/or in-person across common professional interest areas. Members self indicate their interest and you will be matched with other participants who have a similar interest area. Groups may choose to meet in-person, or simply communicate via email with questions or suggested readings to help advance their work...Read more
by Caitlin Fisher, co-chair of EPIP Boston I’ve spent the past few years learning about network theory and communities of practice in my role as deputy director of the Prime Movers fellowshipprogram at Hunt Alternatives. For those unfamiliar with this concept, a community of practice by definition it is a group of people informally bound together by shared expertise and passion for a joint enterprise — and it promises to radically galvanize knowledge sharing, learning, and change...Read more
This year's People of Color Network (PCN) Gathering will take place on November 5th and 6th in Boston. This is the 7th gathering of our members of color. PCN gatherings provide participants with opportunities to explore identity, race, and social impact. The content of PCN gathering itself is three-fold: 1) personal connections to social justice work; 2) understanding structural racism; and 3) bringing this work back home. Participant responses are resoundingly positive; we hope you'll come find out for yourself.Read more