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Philanthropic Leaders Weekly Collaboration Call - Shared screen with speaker view
mshain
22:07
Michelle Shain United Way of Greenville County
Erin Johnson (CCCF)
22:11
Erin Johnson, Central Carolina Community Foundation
Caroline Rakar- CCF
22:12
Caroline Rakar, Coastal Community Foundation
Ericka Wooten, Sisters of Charity Foundation
22:18
Ericka Wooten, Sisters of Charity Foundation
Sally Ehrenfried, Blackbaud
22:27
Sally Ehrenfried, Blackbaud
Jeff McCormack
22:38
Jeff McCormack - SC Physicians Care Charity
Kaela Hammond
22:47
Kaela Hammond, Coastal Community Foundation
Mamie Nicholson
22:55
Good morning - Mamie Nicholson, The Self Family Foundation
Allison Safford
23:04
Allison Safford, Hollingsworth Funds
Kaky Grant
23:06
Kaky Grant, Grant Philanthropic Advisors
Rachael (Lutheran Services Carolinas)
23:09
Rachael Fulmer, Lutheran Services Carolinas
Robb
23:22
Robb Webb, The Duke Endowment
Katy Smith
23:27
katy smith, Greenville Partnership for Philanthropy
Kelsey Carter
23:46
Kelsey Carter, Camp Cole
Keisha Gray
24:27
Keisha Gray, Mary Black Foundation
Jaime Dailey-Vergara
24:33
Jaime Dailey-Vergara, United Way of the Lowcountry
Dale - United Way of the Lowcountry
26:10
Dale Douthat - United Way of the Lowcountry
Ann McBride
27:00
Ann McBride-South Carolina Arts Commission
Amber Jackson
27:18
Amber Jackson, United Way of Lancaster County
dslazyk
27:45
Debbie Slalzyk - AccessHealth Lowcountry
Victoria Mackey
27:48
Tory Mackey, The Chapin Foundation
Chris Steed
54:27
This is not typically a shy group! What questions would you like for Darrin to address?
Madeleine McGee
54:28
Please share your questions, comments, feelings, ideas.
Kerri Forrest
55:57
Darrin, how do we as grantmakers of color support each other through this work?
Dale - United Way of the Lowcountry
56:39
Q: The reality is that no matter what statement we make or action we take, it's not going to be enough for some stakeholders, and will be way too much of others. How you recommend addressing this?
Debbie Nelson
57:20
How do you recommend that white leaders reach out to our black colleagues during this time?
Debbie Cooper, Community Foundation of Greenville
59:11
Darrin thank you for your wisdom and willingness to share your story to move us all forward.
Mamie Nicholson
01:00:29
Simply say, I am thinking of you, are you ok? and be willing to listen and especially to hear the response. Thank you Geales for doing just that.
Ann McBride
01:01:17
Q: How would you advise organizations to create a safe space for these internal honest race conversations?- (taking into account HR and professional work place guidelines)
Mamie Nicholson
01:01:21
My response was to Debbie's question to all of us.
Tamika Williams
01:04:38
Thanks for that comment, Darrin. NPR has an interview (6.9.2020) with the author of White Fragility and it addresses some things that white people can do.
Byerly Foundation
01:04:52
Do any others find value in the processes introduced at the Diversity Leaders Initiative of the Riley Institute at Furman University.
Madeleine McGee
01:05:01
Together SC is exploring standing up an Equity Allies group of white CEOs who want to lead. Let me know if this interests you.
Madeleine McGee
01:05:58
Tamika - it was a great interview. We will include in the follow up email.
Kaky Grant
01:09:18
Thank you, Darrin. This was so helpful. Look forward to continuing the work
Dale - United Way of the Lowcountry
01:15:23
is this being recorded?
Debbie Nelson
01:15:39
Yes you will receive the recording
Dale - United Way of the Lowcountry
01:15:45
thx
Mamie Nicholson
01:17:54
Thank you Darrin for sharing so personally with us.
Jeff McCormack
01:19:01
Darrin, I appreciate you for sharing your honest thoughts and feelings on this important topic.
Ericka Wooten, Sisters of Charity Foundation
01:19:30
Darrin, thank you for your words and honesty.
Katy Smith
01:19:42
Thank you so very much.
Katherine Louw, Watterson Family Foundation
01:19:43
This was so good. Thank you, Darrin!!
abigail darlington
01:19:55
1400 readers of Darrin's blog! Sorry took me a moment to find!
Charity Perkins-The Duke Endowment
01:20:06
Thanks Darrin for your thoughtful words and leadership. And thanks to Madeleine and Chris!
Shayne Kinloch-Together SC
01:20:15
Thank you for the honesty and transparency Darrin
Rachael (Lutheran Services Carolinas)
01:20:23
Darrin, Thank you very much!
Donna V.S. Ortega
01:20:24
Thank you , Darrin, for this conversation and your leadership.
Debbie Rice
01:20:39
Thank you Darrin for your transparency! This was a fantastic discussion!
Meredith Mathews
01:20:47
Darrin, thank you for your leadership and your honesty and authenticity. so much respect and gratitude.