Members on Issues: Executive Presence and Equity Leaders: Contradictory or Complementary?
What exactly is executive presence, and do equity leaders who work in community spaces across sectors also benefit from having it? An exploration of leadership and what it means to be an equity leader at work. Read more from Chao Yang EPIP-Minnesota Chapter Chair. >>>Read more
Member Voices- For Emerging Philanthropy Professionals: The Power of Personal Branding
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.
Conference Deadline, Event Announcement & Survey
This year, EPIP-MN has been taking time to restructure and revamp our chapter to better serve the philanthropic community in Minnesota. We will have more regular programs and events for you and your colleagues starting in September. In the meantime, here are some upcoming news and events:Read more