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Program Resources:Building an Equitable New Normal: Responding to the Crises of Racist Violence and COVID-19 on 07-16-2020
The Westmoreland Museum of American Art is looking for an enthusiastic fundraising professional to take the Museum’s individual giving efforts to the next level as the Individual Giving Manager.
GWP Arts Funders' Learning Network Resource for 12-19-18
Grantmakers in the Arts 2018 in Oakland, CA
Theme: Race, Place, Space
Notes and Resources from Tiffany Wilhelm for GWP Arts Learning Network
Sample job descriptions for various positions in philanthropy.
How do low-income communities learn to advance economically and build wealth? Low-income communities and communities of color, in challenging structural economic and social inequality, have historically grappled with tensions inherent to development. Who participates in, directs, and ultimately owns the economic-development process? In creating and sustaining new, inclusive economic institutions, how do community members cultivate and pass on skills, commitment and knowledge—especially among those who have long faced barriers to education and employment? And how should communities strike an appropriate balance between utilizing local knowledge and accessing outside expertise?
This case study of the Council of Michigan Foundations' Peer Action Learning Network (PALN) is part of a report from New York University's Wagner Research Center for Leadership in Action. It explores the power of learning communities to build connections and knowledge to increase organizations’ community impact.
Tonya Allen, President and CEO of the Skillman Foundation will share her thoughts on the importance of inclusive and embedded leadership.