The Second Annual IDEA Forum: (Re)Igniting Your Organization's Commitment to Diversity, Equity and Inclusion in Fundraising
When: Thursday, June 7, 2018 from 3:00-5:00PM | Reception followng
Where: Lighthouse for the Blind & Visually Impaired @ 1155 Market Street, 10th Floor in San Francisco 94103 Directions and Parking Options
REGISTRATION IS OPEN
$30 AFP Golden Gate Members (follow instructions in gray box below)
$55 General (follow instructions below)
$15/per for Groups of 5 or more: click here to register your group
$5-30 Scale for AFP Members from Orgs <$5M: click here to register using scale
Join AFP Golden Gate for an honest and thoughtful conversation about diversity and philanthropy with fellow Bay Area nonprofit fundraisers, movement builders, and change leaders. Together, we'll explore the role of diversity when it comes to building your fundraising staff and developing a fundraising strategy with a diverse donor constituency. Gather your team, executive director, and board members for an opportunity to learn, share, and reflect together -- and perhaps ignite a new or renewed commitment to greater diversity, equity, and inclusion at your organization.
Crystal Hayling, Executive Director of The Libra Foundation
Crystal brings to The Libra Foundation a wealth of domestic and international experience across a broad spectrum of equity-focused issues. For six years, she lived in Singapore where she built bridges between civil society and emerging donors in Southeast Asia to address income inequality and climate change. As managing director of the Aspen Institute's Environmental Fellowship, Crystal designed a global leadership program focused on the food system's impact on the environment. Feeding her interest in equitable health care, Crystal was CEO of the Blue Shiield of California Foundation where she spearheaded work to achieve universal health coverage. She was part of the founding team at The California Wellness Foundation where she led a groundbreaking initiative to shift youth violence prevention from a criminal justice issue to a public health effort. She has served on the boards of the Center for Effective Philanthropy, Northern California Grantmakers, Asian Venture Philanthropy Network, and Grantmakers in Health. Most recently Crystal was appointed by Governor Jerry Brown to serve on the California State Board of Food and Agriculture. She has also lived and worked in China and Mexico.
Raquel F. Donoso, Just Results Consulting
Prithi Trivedi, Program Fellow, Effective Philanthropy, William and Flora Hewlett Foundation
Cristy Johnston Limon, Executive Director, Youth Speaks
Michelle Kim (Moderator), Co-Founder & CEO, Awaken