Webinar, April 12, 2012
While little is certain about the future of giving, one trend is clear: the diversity of voices active in family philanthropy will reflect the increasing diversity of society at large. This webinar discussed the practices used by family foundations to engage diverse voices in their work.
Victor De Luca, President, Jessie Smith Noyes Foundation
Kimberly Myers Hewlett, Treasurer, Myers Foundation & Trustee, Flora Family Foundation
Deborah Santana, Author, Philanthropist, Activist for Peace & Social Justice, and Founder, Do A Little
Judy Belk, Senior Vice President, Rockefeller Philanthropy Advisors
This 2012 guide from the Rockefeller Philanthropy Advisors aims to explain how diversity and inclusion can be used as practical considerations for getting better results. Diversity is the practice of including a full range of perspectives, ideas and experience in philanthropic decision-making. Inclusion seeks the participation of individuals from diverse backgrounds in the process.