Reading & Resources: January 2021

Philanthropy and the social sector grapple with the wake of the recent Capitol insurrection and presidential inauguration… In Inside Philanthropy, Mike Scutari looks at the role that philanthropy could have played in fighting misinformation and the tools and resources that can be used in this effort going forward. In Nonprofit Quarterly, Crystal Hayling calls for the transfer of power to Black women, […]

Join the EPIP 2021 Conference Planning Committee

This summer, the EPIP community will come together virtually for our 2021 National Conference – a time to celebrate our past, take stock of our present, and look towards the future. To make this the best conference it can be, we’re looking for volunteers to help us shape conference content and programming as members of the 2021 […]

Leadership Re/Imagined

What is leadership? A year ago, when I accepted the role as EPIP’s Executive Director, I sat with this question for quite some time, reflecting on the models of leadership that I had seen held up as exemplary. Leaders are fearless.  Leaders are confident.  Leaders are focused, stoic, unflappable, and always poised. Those models didn’t […]

Paving the Way for Women of Color Leaders in Philanthropy

From funders to founders, chapter leaders to champions, EPIP would not be the organization it is today without the leadership of women of color. In summer 2020, five women of color leaders from EPIP’s past and present came together for a conversation about the past 20 years of EPIP, their personal leadership journeys, and what […]

February 2021: Mid-Month Event Round-Up

This month, join EPIP chapters to talk about building a better sector, whether it’s by examining power dynamics between grantmakers and non-profits, learning from the journey of leaders and changemakers in the sector, focusing on the importance of racial justice within philanthropic leadership, or thinking through the ways that philanthropy can help make the COVID-19 […]

Call for Sessions: EPIP 2021 National Conference

This summer, the EPIP community will come together for the signature event of our 20th Anniversary:  The EPIP 2021 National Virtual ConferenceJune 7th – 11th, 2021 We are currently looking for session proposals for the conference. See below to learn more about our conference theme, tracks, and session formats, or click here for a PDF of the application. […]

Introducing the 2021 EPIP Conference Planning Committee

As we prepare for the 2021 EPIP National Conference, we’re thrilled to be working with a group of dedicated and passionate leaders who are helping to shape the conference experience. The 29 members of the 2021 Conference Committee hail from organizations across the country and throughout the sector. We thank them for bringing their emergent […]

Reading & Resources: February 2021

This month, we’re celebrating Black History Month by lifting up reading that brings an equity analysis to philanthropy. Building Movement Project marked Black History Month with a resource list for non-Black co-conspirators to use to take action in support of Black leaders and leadership, while PEAK Grantmaking made the Black Voices in Grants Management issue of the PEAK Grantmaking Journal freely open to […]

Reading & Resources: March 2021

This month, as philanthropy offers solidarity to AAPI philanthropic leaders and communities, we’re taking a closer look at AAPI-directed philanthropy… AAPIP’s newly-released Seeking to Soar: Foundation Funding for Asian American and Pacific Islander Communities finds that foundation funding designated for AAPI communities accounts for only 0.20 percent of all US grantmaking and has remained stagnant even as both […]

March 2021: Mid-Month Event Round-Up

March may be almost over, but EPIP chapter events are in full swing! Join EPIP chapters for both community and learning – visit an art museum, take a deep dive into how to identify and combat microaggressions, learn from a philanthropic leader about advocacy, or grab some (virtual) coffee with fellow philanthrofolk!

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