As the world opens up, philanthropy is investing unprecedented billions to support an end to systemic racism, leaving social impact leaders with a new set of compelling issues:
--How can nonprofits engaged in racial equity best position themselves to attract grant dollars?
--What major lessons did foundations learn during the pandemic and how can nonprofits benefit?
--What are the most effective ways for nonprofits to craft and convey their racial equity narrative?
Please join us for a candid conversation featuring three alumni leaders working on the front line to advance racial equity.
Andrea McChristian ’08 is Law & Policy Director of the New Jersey Institute For Social Justice which focuses on providing residents of NJ’s urban communities with opportunities for meaningful employment and more humane alternatives to incarceration for youth. In her role, Andrea oversees policy and reform across the social, economic, and criminal justice sectors.
Antony Bugg-Levine ’96 is CEO of the Nonprofit Finance Fund one of the nation’s leading community development financial institutions. He oversees more than $350M of investment capital while developing innovative approaches to advancing social change. Under Antony’s leadership NFF received a coveted MacKenzie Scott grant.
Marco Davis ’92 is CEO of the Congressional Hispanic Caucus Institute, the premier Hispanic nonpartisan nonprofit organization in the country dedicated to developing the next generation of Latino leaders. Prior to CHCI, Marco was a partner at New Profit, a national venture philanthropy where he led leadership development and diversity, equity, and inclusion.