Addresses how to identify and measure outcomes, and provides an overview on how to analyze and report on themMore »
Research conducted by D5 that sheds light on how change happens, specific strategies and resources for taking action, and winning words to start and sustain conversations about diversity, equity, and inclusion.More »
This workshop will help families determine when and how to involve the next generation in their philanthropy.More »
Boston College Center for Corporate Citizenship will present their Corporate Citizenship Report findings including Q&A and small group discussion.More »
Kelly Brown, Director of the D5 Initiative and Alex Cole, Vice President Hattaway Communications, will lead an interactive session including how to communicate effectively, become a ‘champion’ in the movement , motivate others, and take action to increase diversity, equity and inclusion in...More »
Katya Fels Smyth, Founder and CEO of Full Frame Initiative, Sister Margaret A. Leonard, Executive Director of Project Hope, and Luz Santana, Co-Director of Right Question Institute will participate in a 'fish-bowl' style discussion as to how they support women and their families move out...More »
On this webinar, we’ll explore typical situations where families might find themselves falling into the avoidance trap, along with useful strategies for ‘avoiding avoidance’ and other related tips and tools for managing family conflict.More »
This session will describe ways to leverage this untapped intellectual and social capital. We will present exciting results from BTOP and related initiatives, including those in Chicago (the Chicago Community Trust), Kansas City (the Greater Kansas City Community Foundation) and rural Minnesota (...More »
Western MA Funders Collaborative Fall Breakfast will feature a presentation on Mobility Mentoring and the Economic Independence Exchange by Dr. Jennnifer Lowe, Assistant Vice President of Research and Knowledge Sharing at Crittenton Women's UnionMore »
Philanthropy Northwest will share its findings from a research study that explored the complex factors and opportunities that foundation leaders navigate to advance diversity, equity, and inclusion in their foundations.More »
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