Setting the Table: Internal Equity Work
Setting the Table is a webinar series inviting guests to the proverbial table to explore ideas at the intersection of philanthropy, racial equity, and social justice, with co-hosts from Philanthropy Network Greater Philadelphia and Grantmakers for Effective Organizations.
This series will grapple with racial constructs, work to unpack them and reimagine a system that centers and promotes racial equity. In each conversation, speakers will explore the impact of systemic inequity on people and communities and envision a more just and equitable path forward for philanthropy, the social impact sector and the world.
In this conversation on September 22, GEO’s President & CEO, Marcus Walton, and Philanthropy Network Greater Philadelphia’s Director and At-Large Member of the Executive Committee, Omar Woodard, will be joined by Jason Murray and TeQuion Brookins to discuss the complexity of advancing equity internally through operations, tech, processes, and internal structures. This includes how executive searches and hiring practices have historically reinforced inequities and how grantmakers can ensure that their internal operations match the values of their external giving.
Join this conversation to be inspired and challenged along with a community of peers.
Goals for this conversation:
- Invite leaders working at the intersection of equity practices and internal culture work.
- Ask the question “What does it take to embed values of equity internally to change operations, tech, and hiring procedures?”
- What are some tangible ways in which people can change practices now to benefit BIPOC leaders and employees?
Start: Wednesday, September 22, 2:00 PM Eastern
End: Wednesday, September 22, 3:30 PM Eastern
GEO Members: Free
President and Managing Partner, BIPOC Executive Search Inc.
President & CEO, GEO
Vice President, Solutions , Results for America
TeQuion M. Brookins
Director of Operations , McGregor Fund
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