In this new age of political uncertainty and social unrest, leaders of color will be key to navigating philanthropy’s future. The Schott Foundation for Public Education is proud to present the first in a two-part webinar series highlighting 21st Century Inclusive Leadership in Philanthropy. In celebrating Black Philanthropy Month in August, we will honor the contributions of Black professionals in the field and the cultural tradition of generosity that exists in our communities.
Schott hosted a discussion about the role of inclusive leadership in philanthropy and how those contributions impact other social sector leaders and our communities.
Our speakers included:
- Kirsten Levingston, Wellspring Advisors, LLC
- Antoinette Malveaux, Casey Family Programs
- Sherece West-Scantlebury, Ph.D., Winthrop Rockefeller Foundation
- Toya Randall, Casey Family Programs (Moderator)