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WELCOME!

Enjoy this series of conversations with leaders from the world of philanthropy. Recording is available for the first session now. Sign up for next panel on October 14, 2020. Foundation guests to be announced soon.

Ask about the issues that concern you and that shape grantmaking today. Meet the people who understand what drives decisions at the top levels of foundation giving.

We think you'll be impressed and inspired by these leaders' commitment to their communities and by their passion for the nonprofits that work in partnership with them to achieve meaningful change. Come enjoy an hour that’s sure to offer new insights and lift your spirits.

These events are free!

 

                       

MEET THE PANEL

WEDNESDAY, JULY 29, 2020 
 PDF of Grantmaker Profiles 

 

 
 

 

 
Darrin Goss Sr.

Darrin Goss Sr., President & Chief Executive Officer, Coastal Community Foundation of South Carolina

Darrin is a leader across sectors, including government, nonprofits, higher education and private industry. Previously, Darrin worked as President & CEO of Capital Area United Way in Baton Rouge, LA..

Coastal Community Foundation serves nine counties along South Carolina’s coast, driven by the values of stewardship, integrity, inclusion with equity, and courage. Recent services include disaster response efforts for major storms such as Hurricane Florence, and the creation of the Lowcountry Unity Fund in the wake of the Mother Emanuel AME Church massacre to support causes addressing systemic racism.

Coastal Community Foundation of South Carolina
Julie Voyles

Julie Voyles, Senior Program Officer, The Denver Foundation

Julie brings 29 years' of experience in philanthropy and nonprofits, including socialwork and advocacy. Julie’s focus is on strategically tackling broad societal issues for cultural, systemic and policy change.

The Denver Foundation works with donors, nonprofit organizations, and community leaders fueling philanthropy with community grants focusing on: Basic Human Needs, Economic Opportunity, Education, and Leadership & Equity. Special Programs include Strengthening Neighborhoods, Social Venture Partners Denver, and The Colorado Nonprofit Loan Fund.

The Denver Foundation
Dallas Dishman, Ph.D.

Dallas Dishman, Executive Director, David Geffen Foundation

Dallas has served as executive director since 2002, and currently oversees more than $30M in annual, domestic grants. Dallas also serves as Arts & Cultural Affairs Commissioner the City of West Hollywood.

The David Geffen Foundation has a very strong preference for projects located in Los Angeles and New York City prompted by the interests of its very active benefactor, Mr. David Geffen. The foundation's five principal funding areas are: 1) AIDS/HIV; 2) civil liberties; 3) the arts; 4) issues of concern to the Jewish community; and 5) healthcare. 

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MEET THE PANEL MODERATOR

 

Angela Richardson

Angela Richardson, Senior Trainer, The Grantsmanship Center

Angela brings more than 20 years' experience as a nonprofit program & fund developer, strategic planner, and organizational coach. Angela has trained other trainers and trained staff for nonprofit organizations, school districts, governments, faith-based organizations, and colleges and universities. And she brings additional expertise in education and the arts. Angela has facilitated many Meet-the-Grantmaker panels in Los Angeles for Project Grantsmanship and for the City of Los Angles, city council members.

 

 

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We hope that you can join us for many of these delightful hours!  

 

SAVE THE DATES FOR FUTURE PANELS

WEDNESDAY, OCTOBER 14, 2020
WEDNESDAY, JANUARY 20, 2021
WEDNESDAY, APRIL 21, 2021