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Black Women in Philanthropy Conference

Black Women in Philanthropy Conference

It is important to note the data that reveals the inequities that exist for Black women in nonprofit management and philanthropy.

 

The landmark Pocket Change report revealed that out of the total $66.9 Billion that is given to women-led nonprofits, only 5% of that total goes to organizations led by Black women.

 

The Race to Lead study also demonstrates the obstacles for Black women working in nonprofit management. For example, more than a third of Black women (34%) said they often or always are paid less than peers for similar work.

 

Listen to leaders in philanthropy & nonprofit management share their lived experiences and discuss opportunities for Black women to continue to mobilize our resources to support one another & our communities.

 

Saturday, November 18, 2023

9:30 AM  12:30 PM

 

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  • Location:

    Ebenezer Baptist Church, 101 Jackson Street, Atlanta, Georgia, 30312

  • Panelists:

    Katrina Mitchell (Chief Community Impact Officer, United Way of Greater Atlanta), Ayana Gabriel (Vice President of Community Impact, Communities Foundation Greater Atlanta), Tokiwa Smith (Founder, Sista Nonprofit Network), Cristel Williams (Director of Client and Community Relations, PNC Bank)

  • Moderator:

    Froswa Booker Drew (Founder, Restoration & Reconciliation Foundation)

  • Sponsored by:

    The Reconciliation and Restoration Foundation

    The Reconciliation and Restoration Foundation was established in 2022 to support the growth of Black-led nonprofit organizations by brokering funding and capacity building services and working with organizations to ensure long-term sustainability and the promotion of social equity within the nonprofit sector focused in Texas, initially, with the goal of regional expansion to the Pacific Northwest, Deep South, and the East Coast.

  • To Register:

    Please email info@r2fnd.org

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