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Produced by Candid

access_time 1 hour, 34 minutes

attach_money Free

About

The United Black Fund of Greater Cleveland, Candid and The Soul of Philanthropy Cleveland are hosting an encore program, “In Her Shoes – Stories,Insights, and Perspectives from Women of Color in Philanthropy." This special vitual forum will be held during Black Philanthropy Month and feature a dynamic panel of Black female philanthropy leaders who are navigating the philanthropic and nonprofit ecosystem, persisting and producing impact for communities.

In this era of a dual pandemics (COVID-19 and Racial Injustice) leaders of color and black women in particular are facing unprecedented challenges yet are innovating, collaborating and identifying ways to meet the needs of the community.Join us for this FREE virtual forum as we explore themes including:

• Black women in Philanthropy

• Advancing an equity agenda in white majority institutions

* Allyship and Solidarity

• Impact of Dual Pandemics (COVID & Racial Injustice)

• Self-Care

Intended audience

  • Intermediate
  • Board members
  • CEOs, executive directors, upper management
  • Fundraising & development staff
  • Marketing, communications, external affairs
  • Program directors and staff

Featuring

Jennifer Roller President The Raymond John Wean Foundation
Alesha Washington Vice President, Government Advocacy Greater Cleveland Partnership
Teleange Thomas Executive Director of the Midwest Candid
Donna Murray-Brown President and CEO Michigan Nonprofit Association

Published Friday, September 4, 2020