Community thoughts from the 2016 National Conference
We were so excited to welcome so many thought leaders to GEO’s 2016 National Conference — and that many took the time to share their takeaways after the conference. We’ve collected those posts here.
- Discussions About Race Heat Up at Grant-Maker Conference by Suzanne Perry, contributor to the Chronicle of Philanthropy
- Building Fundraising Capacity Means Changing Organizational Culture by Rick Moyers, vice president for programs and communications at the Eugene and Agnes E. Meyer Foundation
- Nonprofits Need to Talk About Race, Not Just Diversity by Tamara Copeland, president of Washington Regional Association of Grantmakers
- 7 hopeful trends in philanthropy by Vu Le, executive director of Rainier Valley Corps and Nonprofit with Balls
- Counter-Culture — Focusing Internally to Make More Impact Externally by Phil Buchanan, president of the Center for Effective Philanthropy (CEP)
- Bringing Equity to the Forefront in Grantmaking by Trista Harris, president of the Minnesota Council on Foundations
- What Philanthropy Wants To Be by Mae Hong, vice president of Rockefeller Philanthropy Advisors
- Minnesota foundations rethink how to give away money by Maja Beckstrom, reporter at Pioneer Press
- Philanthropy Dos and Don’ts to be More Equitable by Beeta Jahedi, senior director of learning and programs at San Diego Grantmakers
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