Tue, Sep 26|
Top of the Market
Inclusion, Diversity, Equity and Access (IDEA) September Program
This program is led by Leonette Henderson, founder of PhilanthroCulture. Leonette will provide two readings for the group to discuss. In this open dialogue, attendees will uncover the hidden nuances in human behavior, and how it relates to non-profit and fundraising work in today’s culture.
Time & Location
Sep 26, 8:30 AM – 11:00 AM
Top of the Market, 32 Webster St, Dayton, OH 45402, USA
About The Event
This discussion is lead by Leonette Henderson, founder of PhilanthroCulture. Leonette brings a visionary and coaching leadership style with a passion to promote a worthy cause, purpose or movement in education, educational leadership, social justice, the humanities, or historic preservation/restoration projects in the non-profit sector. Leonette employs current knowledge and acumen while making a meaningful impact on organizational mission, vision, and values.
In this program, we will have a group discussion around two readings. We will Explore what the AFP audience responsibilities are to their community/work/non-profit/foundation. We will communicate the values the AFP audience is carrying into their work and finally, we will address the surface assumptions about how far the audience wishes to “take” their work (How much is enough?)
Each reading helps our membership explore our Inclusion, Diversity, Equity and Access practices in a new way. We learn more about human nature and how it pertains to philanthropy. Philanthropy means “for the love of humans” and through Leonette’s leadership, we will get to the root of that behavior through a more diverse and inclusive lens.
This event qualifies for 2.5 CFRE credits.