Tag Archives: philanthropic renaissance

A firmer resolve: why I am going to Denver for the 2013 conference

Jan Bright is a member of the Circle of Joy, a retired high school English teacher after 26 years, married 42 years, with two children, two grandchildren, and one great-grandchild. Her hobbies and interests include traveling, shipping, music, dance, and … Continue reading

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Q+A with Akira Barclay: the value of Black giving circles in the evolution of community philanthropy

 Akira Barclay is a recent Fellow at the The Center of Philanthropy and Civil Society, as well as a blogger for BlackGivesBack.com, and a member of EPIP’s New York chapter. Here she discusses her Fellowship, philanthropy as a mother, how … Continue reading

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Crystal’s Top 12 List from the Birmingham Renaissance

Crystal Goodman is a member of the Birmingham Change Fund. At the 2012 Conference, she had the distinct role as M.C. for the Recess on Saturday night, a highlighting many creative expressions and an all-around crowd pleasing affair. Here are … Continue reading

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