Connections and Conversations: Navigating a Career in Philanthropy
Zoom - information to be emailed
Grantmaker, Philanthropic Advisor
Navigating a career in philanthropy can be challenging for a host of reasons, including, but certainly not limited to the impact of a pandemic forcing most of us to operate in a nearly 100% virtual environment. Making connections and finding opportunities to build strong relationships across the sector can be difficult. Creating a strong network can be a critical resource in developing your own leadership skills and finding your place in the region’s philanthropic space.
Please join Philanthropy Massachusetts and Emerging Practitioners in Philanthropy’s Boston Chapter for a conversation with a diverse panel of sector thought leaders who will discuss how mentorship has shaped their career journeys. The group of leaders will discuss strategies to leverage your network, particularly in virtual spaces, and how they see philanthropy continuing to evolve and grow. This session will help model the networking and soft skills that can be helpful in establishing long lasting, constructive relationships that will help you design the career that you want for yourself. Whether philanthropy represents your first professional experience or you are entering the sector from a career in another field, we welcome you to join us in community as we all look to build a more equitable philanthropy.
Caroline Easley, Deputy Director, Wagner Foundation
Rebecca Fracassa, Director of Community Impact, Comcast
Giles Li, Senior Program Officer, Barr Foundation
Lisa Owens, Executive Director, The Hyams Foundation
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Registration & Program Follow-up Materials: Registration for the program will be closed at 2pm EST on the day before the program is scheduled to take place. If you register after this point, you will be added to the waitlist and will be able to receive the program recording as well as all follow-up materials from the session (for paid programs, you will be charged a discounted fee for these materials). Please note that it may take up to a week to prepare and disseminate those materials to all registrants.
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